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On the Map

Ephemeral Mapping leaves the direction up to the viewer.

Art Features Canyon Road needs no introduction, pomp or circumstance. (Try driving down it any warm Friday when a number of its galleries hold openings, and its renown and fanfare are evident.) But a little community never ...

Wednesday, April 27, 2011 Rani Molla

Out in the Open

HIDE: Skin as Material and Metaphor finds itself burdened

Art Features Sure, skin is a metaphor. It represents, at opposite ends, oppression and privilege. But it’s also a metaphor that’s written all over your face. In HIDE: Skin as Material and Metaphor, eight artists...

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Rani Molla

Big Picture

Earth Now showcases environmental art, then and now.

Features Environmental art is hard to peg down; its definition is as uncertain as the future of the environment. Just as one person’s reusable grocery bag is another’s mass transit, one person’s mammot...

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Rani Molla

Through the Lens

Lensic affiliates share their views

Theater & Stage Reviews The Lensic theater space turns 80 this year and simultaneously celebrates 10 years since it became the nonprofit Lensic Performing Arts Center. The Lensic marks this milestone with the same varied arsenal of ev...

Wednesday, April 13, 2011 Rani Molla

Popped and Screwed

Glitches & Fixes channels bright lights, big city

Art Features Popular culture, burned as it is onto the backs our retinae, doesn’t need an introduction. But abstracting pop, as David Ryan does in Glitches & Fixes, is a natural, and elegant, progression.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 Rani Molla

Reserved Seating

The Donna Party has room for more

Art Features In literature, tragedy usually involves a respected character whose situation goes from bad to worse. A tragicomedy usually involves the same trajectory, but with enough humor or flippancy to leaven the situati...

Wednesday, March 30, 2011 Rani Molla

SFR Talk: Sweet Spread

With SPREAD contenders

Interviews According to Phillips Director and Chief Curator Irene Hofmann, SITE Santa Fe’s micro-granting art initiative SPREAD was the largest event of its kind. SPREAD raised nearly $8,000 for the kitty through sa...

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 Rani Molla

Animal Magnetism

Bologna Skin Babylon won’t let you look away

Art Features People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals claims it never endorsed throwing paint at models wearing fur. These days, the animal rights organization takes a relative flies-with-honey approach. This year, it ev...

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 Rani Molla

Overgrown Zen Garden

AKA Zen unminimalizes itself

Art Features Crazed on caffeine, mired in deadlines and armed with enough power cords to make rash decisions, a personal relationship with Zen escapes me. Conceptually, on the other hand, and very basically, it proffers wis...

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Rani Molla

A Creative Life

Santa Fe loses Linda Durham Contemporary Art–but not Linda Durham

Features Linda Durham and her gallery have been a force in Santa Fe’s creative community since she first happened on her career and developed a habit of representing New Mexico and its artists locally and intern...

Wednesday, March 2, 2011 Zane Fischer, Rani Molla
 
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