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Blending Archives explores humanity without context

Art Features Archives, ideally, provide insight into the past. Through the information they contain, they have the potential to illuminate dark corners of shared history. Blending Archives, however, is more personal.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 Rani Molla

Axle Rose

A gallery on wheels lets itself grow

Art Features In regard to his decision to mine two huge gashes into the Virgin River Mesa, earth artist Michael Heizer in 1967 explained, “The position of art as a malleable barter-exchange item falters as the cumulat...

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Rani Molla

Pop Heart

For Pop Surrealism, all that glitters is gold

Art Features Pop surrealism consists of art that is frequently loved but rarely appreciated. The movement takes pop art detritus and combines it with surrealist principles for work that includes, but is not limited to, comi...

Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Rani Molla

Trade Route

Two artists take on and take from Asia

Art Features Cultural objects can be inspiring—especially other cultures’ objects. They also can be easily appropriated, and it’s often hard to tell where influence ends and theft begins. That said, the tw...

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 Rani Molla

SFR Talk

Survey Says

Interviews As of the last census, Santa Fe’s median age was 40. Anecdotally—and counting tourists—it’s much older. That said, Shannon Murphy, 29, has her work cut out for her. Murphy is a member of...

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 Rani Molla

Who is the Eggman?

A new gallery takes its cues from many sources, including nonsense.

Art Features Follow the signs’ friendly blue walrus as it bounds from a Palace Avenue entrance, around a bend near the back corner of Milagro 139 and up a stairwell embossed with colorful clouds, black crows and sundr...

Wednesday, September 8, 2010 Rani Molla

Window to the Sol

Past As Presence doesn’t settle for the simple things in life

Art Features There’s often only a thin line between artistic process and gimmick. For Joanne Lefrak’s Past As Presence, the concepts are separate, but there’s quite a bit of both. Upon entering Box Gallery...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010 Rani Molla

Getting Sleepy

Hypnotherapy addresses a vareity of health issues

Sweat In 1998, Angela Simmerman Sierra was in a devastating car crash. Thought dead, she was resuscitated and brought to a Colombian emergency room where, after four days, doctors decided her wounds were too severe t...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010 Rani Molla

Crossing the Line

CrossFit provides the answer to the rushed—and the marginally insane.

Sweat There’s a certain type of agony only those who are liable to pass out or throw up in pursuit of their fitness goals can appreciate. There are also those of us who can appreciate being in and out of a gym ...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010 Rani Molla

Out in the Elemental

Photo exhibition puts nature into psychological perspective

Art Features Elemental’s three complementary photographers—Chris McCaw, Mitch Dobrowner and Edward Ranney—all focus on nature as their subject, but without an overt environmental message. A show that invok...

Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Rani Molla
 
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