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Eleanor Antin
Eleanor Antin makes incursions into modes of historical narrative art to both revive and critique the interpretation of stories we only thought we knew. More...


Chris Engman
Intellectual yet hypnotically beautiful, Chris Engman’s images carry photography into worlds that by turns disorient, please and frustrate. More...


“The Armory Show”
Santa Fe's Center for Contemporary Art originated as a contemporary alternative to the more commercial offerings of local galleries. The original 1977 took its name from the 1913 New York original, and it continues today as an important showcase. More...


Mary Lou Zelazny
Among the best at intertwining painting and collage, Mary Lou Zelazny's current work is explosive and self-reflexive. More...


Debra Baxter
Enigmatic, ambiguous surrealist-inspired abstract objects by Debra Baxter defy conventional sculptural categories. More...


Sam Francis, New York, and Outsiders Looking In
Revisiting the skepticism that West Coast-based Sam Francis provoked with his invigorating brand of Abstract Expressionism among New York critics decades ago serves to remind us why the art world is better off no longer revolving around Manhattan. More...


Pablo Helguera
Best known for his conceptual project “The School of Panamerican Unrest,” for which he organized a schoolhouse on wheels to drive the entire 20,000 miles of the Pan-American Highway, Pablo Heilguera's pair of installations reveal fresh aesthetic breadth. More...


Sam Francis, New York, and Outsiders Looking In
Revisiting the skepticism that West Coast-based Sam Francis provoked with his invigorating brand of Abstract Expressionism among New York critics decades ago serves to remind us why the art world is better off no longer revolving around Manhattan. More...


Eric Kasper
Children may appear in much of Eric Kasper's work, but that hardly means that his moody narrative themes are kid friendly. More...


Debra Baxter
Enigmatic, ambiguous surrealist-inspired abstract objects by Debra Baxter defy conventional sculptural categories. More...


Sultan and Mandel
Dating from the late 1970s, Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel's collaboration, once subversive, remains as endearingly perverse as ever. More...


Isabelle Cornaro and Matt Sheridan Smith
Isabelle Cornaro's fuzzy, seemingly abstract images are spray-painted directly on the wall based on her own film sources. Separately, Matt Sheridan Smith silver-coated bread loaves conflate oral with visual desire. More...

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