May 31, 2020 Taos, New Mexico

The Harwood Museum of Art

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Media Contact:

Nicole Dial-Kay, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections
314-583-6247
ndialkay@unm.edu

General Inquiries:

Shemai Rodriguez, Community Engagement and Membership Manager
575-758-9826 ext 109
shemai@unm.edu

COMING EXHIBITIONS:

LAS SANTERAS: IMAGES OF FAITH AND FOLKLORE, FEMALE DEVOTIONAL ARTISTS OF NEW MEXICO AND COLORADO
Tentatively - Saturday, June 6, 2020 - Sunday, January 10, 2021
NOTE: The opening date is currently pending. We are watching currently unfolding events carefully and will update the opening date when concrete information is available. Thank you for your flexibility.

Media Contact: Nicole Dial-Kay, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, Harwood Museum of Art; ndialkay@unm.edu; 314-583-6247

Press Release: Press Release
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Image credit: Lorrie Garcia. Patrona de la Santa Fe. 2004. 38” h x 18” w x 9.5” d

Summary:

This is one of the most significant gatherings of US Santeras in history. We are showing 28 pieces by 21 female artists, the majority of whom have never shown in a museum before. These are truly hidden treasures of this customarily masculine devotional art tradition, which is exclusive to the US Southwest.

In this exhibition, the individual Santeras of New Mexico and Colorado are represented along with their works of art, with an emphasis on their carving talents, history, differences in styles and contemporary expressions. Many of these Santeras carve and paint, as well as being involved in other types of cultural arts of New Mexico. Several originate from generations of artists, while others have gained their own fame and high status through their perseverance and hard work.

 

CONTEMPORARY ART / TAOS 2020
Tentatively - Saturday, July 4, 2020 - Sunday, April 18, 2021
NOTE: The opening date is currently pending. We are watching currently unfolding events carefully and will update the opening date when concrete information is available. Thank you for your flexibility.

Media Contact: Nicole Dial-Kay, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, Harwood Museum of Art; ndialkay@unm.edu; 314-583-6247

Press Release: Press Release
Hi Res Images: Coming
Image credit: Coming

Summary:
What is the status of today’s living Taos Art Colony? The Harwood Museum of Art’s new “Contemporary Art / Taos 2020” exhibit intends to answer that question. This January, the Harwood invited living artists active in their career and creating visual art in Taos County, or those with deep ties to Taos, to submit work for consideration for its “Contemporary Art / Taos 2020” exhibition. The process gave Taos artists the opportunity to have curators and art experts from outside of New Mexico review their work. This rigorous juried process resulted in the selection of 24 Taos artists whose work will be presented by the Harwood Museum of Art this summer and be on view through spring 2021.


 

 

PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS:

 AGNES MARTIN GALLERY
Agnes Martin Gallery
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EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY & TAOS SOCIETY OF ARTISTS
Dorothy and Jack Brandenburg Gallery
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KEN PRICE, "DEATH SHRINE I" FROM "HAPPY'S CURIOS"
Alcove
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COLLECTION OF NORTHERN NEW MEXICO HISPANIC WORKS
Hispanic Traditions Gallery
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CONTEMPORARY WORKS FROM THE HARWOOD COLLECTION
Joyce and Sherman Scott Gallery
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General Information: 

General Information Booklet

Current Exhibition Calendar

Upcoming Exhibition Calendar

Public Programming and Events Calendar

 

Image Requests:

Completed image request forms (downloadable form here) can be submitted to The Collections Department at info@harwoodmuseum.orgPlease note that requests can take 3 to 6 weeks for processing.

 

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