EXhibiTion ArchiVe

Lindsey Fromm: The Raw Miraculous

April 2018

The Raw Miraculous draws from age-old traditions of looking to nature, and is inspired by those who dream to envision the heavens. Born out of an awe-stricken reveling at the unknowable qualities in the creation of life, it is a testament to the raw miraculous at work.

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Alexis Kaminsky – Outcroppings: Mediations on Time, Space & Matter

April 2018

Alexis Kaminsky stacks, strings, and piles hundreds of polygons for her site-specific installation, Outcroppings. In keeping with her other assemblage work, Outcroppings shows how many small things, when taken together, can have significant results. By reusing cardboard shipping packages to construct gem-like forms, Kaminsky pokes fun at preciousness and avarice.

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James Black: Many Faces

May 2018

James Black draws digital caricatures, focusing on the people he sees daily in Albuquerque. His friends, family, and community. Random faces, memorable expressions, and unforgettable mugs. He is obsessed with creating a quick process for capturing likeness.

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Cecilia McKinnon: Muscle Memory

June & July 2018

MUSCLE MEMORY explores the phenomena of memory as embodied within place, experienced through sculpture, installation, and textile intervention into everyday objects. Cecilia received the SURFACE 2017 Solo Exhibition Award, presented annually for artistic excellence, originality of vision and dedication to practice.

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SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico

June & July 2018

SURFACE is an annual juried exhibition, endowed awards and professional development program presented by Harwood Art Center, to support the creative and professional growth of emerging artists and to expand their visibility and viability in our community.

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Natalie Voelker: Fortitude

May 2018

Natalie Voelker’s exhibition, Fortitude: Portraits of the Perseverant, is a collection of large-scale portrait paintings depicting the complexity of human experience through the lens of the intimate, personal, and specific.

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Luanne Redeye: Frames

August 2018

Luanne Redeye’s exhibition, Frames, is a series of mixed media works and portrait paintings that weave together historical and personal narratives, familial relationships, and creativity as a way to heal.

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Aún No Escrito / Unwritten: Kemely Gomez

September 2018

Inspired by political discourse on immigration policies in the United States, Kemely Gomez has created a mixed-media installation that displays the stories of immigrant families in her community.

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Jessica Kennedy: Beautiful Unwanted

October 2018

Beautiful Unwanted deals with harmful invasive species and the impact they have when introduced into foreign ecosystems, usually for reasons of human greed or naïve fascination with the unfamiliar or “exotic.” The works in this exhibition are intended to acknowledge the destructive force of these species, while simultaneously honoring their aesthetic beauty and inherent value as life forms.

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David Disko & Dani Jeffries: View From Above

October 2018

The view from above inspires. It’s a fresh and unexpected perspective relative to the landscape. It reveals the beauty and interconnectedness of things great and small. The view from above is about the vastness of the land outside our door and 20,000 feet up, but it is also about personal imaginings within us all.

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12×12 Fundraising Exhibitions

December 2018

An exquisite evening of art and tasty treats from our favorite restaurants. Over 250 youth, emerging and established artists from New Mexico are contributing to this year’s 12×12 exhibitions. Fundraiser & Exhibition Opening: Saturday, December 1, 6 – 8pm

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