Past Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions - 2017

The World in New Mexico/ New Mexico in the World: Bridging Continental Traditions at the Museum of International Folk Art (Governor’s Gallery); Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now: from the British Museum; Cady Wells : Ruminations; Light Tight: New Work by Meggan Gould and Andy Mattern; Imagining New Mexico

Past Exhibitions - 2016

First Folio!; Stage, Setting, Mood : Theatricality in the Visual Arts; Medieval to Metal : The Art and Evolution of the Guitar; Quinceañera: Our Story, Our Future (Governor's Gallery); Assumed Identities : Anne Noggle; Finding A Contemporary Voice : The Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA; Con Carino : Artists Inspired By Lowriders; 2016 Governor's Awards for Excellence in the Arts; Self Regard; Small Wonders; Alcoves 16/17; Conversations in Painting, Early 20th Century to Post-War American Art; Be With Me, a Small Exhibition of Large Paintings

Past Exhibitions - 2015

Tales from a Dark Room; That Multitudes May Share; To Feel Less Alone : Gay Block, A Portrait; Fire Season; Photo Lab 3; Colors of the Southwest; Art on the Edge 2015; Material Matters : Selections from the Joann and Gifford Phillips Collection; Governor's Awards for Excellence; Looking Forward Looking Back; O’Keeffe in Process; An American Modernism; Southwestern Sampler

Past Exhibitions - 2014

Reflections: Images of Apollo (Governor's Gallery); Gustave Baumann: A Life's Journey (Las Cruces); Local Color: Judy Chicago in New Mexico 1984- 2014; Southwestern Allure : The Art of the Santa Fe Art Colony; Prints of Gustave Baumann (Governor's Gallery); 2014 Governor's Awards (Governor's Gallery); Delilah Montoya: Syncretism; Grounded; Beneath Our Feet : Photographs by Joan Myers; Cameraless; Alcove Shows 1917-1927; Spotlight on Gustave Baumann; New Mexico Art Tells New Mexico History; Hunting + Gathering : New Additions to the Museum’s Collection; North to South : Photographs by Edward Ranney

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