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Sun, Jul 23 '17
Santa Fe NM
Laura Gilpin (1891 - 1979) was a long time Santa Fe resident and renowned photographer. Since her death in 1979, Gilpin's photographs have been rarely shown in Santa Fe. After many years of seeking out work, we have now amassed an exquisite collection of Laura Gilpin's photographs representing many facets of her 60-year career as a photographer of the southwest and the Navajo. Included in this exhibition are extraordinary examples of her early masterful platinum prints that are much admired by photographers and connoisseurs alike as well as magnificent examples of her Gevaluxe and gelatin silver prints.
Scheinbaum & Russek, Ltd.
Thu, Jul 27 '17
Santa Fe NM
Two-Man Show with Lawrence Baca and Fred Ortiz - Spanish Market
Featuring the jewelry designs of Lawrence Baca, and the bronze vessels of Fred Ortiz. Each artist finds inspiration in their heritage and the rich local cultural of Santa Fe. Both will be attending the artist reception on July 27th from 5-7:30pm, offering the opportunity to talk with them about their work and creative influences.
Sorrel Sky Gallery
125 W. Palace Ave
Fri, Jul 28 '17
Santa Fe NM
‘DISAPPEARING WORLD’ A Group Exhibition of Contemporary Photographs a part of PhotoSummer 2017
“How does one experience loss? What does it look like? What is disappearing from our lives?” asks exhibiting photographer, Ellen Jantzen. DISAPPEARING WORLD is a visual journey through 22 photographer’s lenses, hearts and minds as they reach for the answers to these questions; sharing their experience as humans living through a time of dramatic change –in landscape, species, culture, freedom and personal identity. Featuring the photography of: Alexandra Huddleston, Andrea Brookhart, Angel Wynn, David Chancellor, David Saxe, Dolores Smart, Ellen Jantzen, Erika Rand, Erwin More, Jamey Stillings, Jeff Burk, Karen Novotny, Mark Berndt, Mary Sloane, Michael Duncan, Nicholas Fedak II, Paul Harbaugh, Pilar Law, Rebecca Gaal, Rumi Vesselinova, Sally Thomson, and William Coupon
Edition One Gallery
1036 Canyon Road
Fri, Jul 28 '17
Santa Fe NM
Oil & Water: The Masterful Works of Jesús Navarro & Iban Navarro
Father and son painters Jesús and Iban Navarro form a duo of talented artists that reach a remarkable level of hyperrealism. Skillfully manipulating color and light, the two exceptional painters capture a stunning representation of every scene they create, ranging from vibrant floral arrangements to waves crashing against the Spanish coast. Perhaps most importantly the influence they impart on each other proves that similarity may be found in diversity. Though employing different artistic techniques and images, both artists compose their works with classical foundations while adding unique technical elements to their paintings. Jesús masterfully uses oil paints, while his son Iban favors watercolors as his primary material. Despite the disparity in media the pair works together to prove that in the art world oil and water may sometimes mix.
Gallery 901
555 Canyon Road
Fri, Jul 28 '17
Santa Fe NM
Honda Syoryu
Japanese bamboo artist Honda Syoryu uses some of the most common techniques passed down from early basket makers, yet he is able to adapt these traditional techniques to create completely original sculptural forms. Much of Honda's work draws employs twining and twill plaiting. By controlling the width and thickness of his twined bamboo strips and altering the spacing between each row, the artist transforms what would be a simple cylinder into the dynamic, undulating shapes of his signature "Dance" series. In his "Rhythm" series, he rolls up a length of flat twill plaiting into a tube, which he bends and ties into an elegant, looping composition. Though these techniques have been used for hundreds, if not thousands of years, no one ever used them in the ways Honda does. Artist Reception: Friday, July 28th, 5 - 7 pm Artist Workshops: Saturday, July 29th, 3pm (by reservation) or 4pm (public)
TAI Modern
1601 B Paseo de Peralta
Fri, Jul 28 '17
Albuquerque NM
Photography's Middle East: Imperialism, Enduring Stereotypes, and the Burden of Misrepresentation
Join UNM Art Museum and invited scholars, artists, and community members on select Fridays throughout the summer for an intimate glimpse inside the Museum’s collection. Taking inspiration from PhotoSummer 2017’s theme of Photography as Activism, Action, and Empowerment, speakers will highlight works that explore the historical place of photography in social movements, activism, and reform. Short 30-minute talks will take place in the Museum's Beaumont Newhall Study room, followed by a reception in the galleries. FREE, but space limited. RSVP Traci Quinn,
UNM Art Museum
University of New Mexico Center for the Arts

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