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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Apache Skull
    Share Get Involved Join the Foundation Apache Skull Apache Skull 1990 Bob Haozous Steel metal 54 x 18 x 21 in Museum purchase with funds from the Friends of Contemporary Art 1992 Jaynelle Across the Sea Anchored in Realism San Solomon Seeps 05 Detail from Quinter s Thought Trap A O Love Big Mind Bowing Black Robe Apache Skull BorderCrossing Exhibitions Current Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Online Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Visit

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Big Mind: Bowing, Black Robe
    Robe Big Mind Bowing Black Robe 1996 David Kimball Anderson Bronze and stainless steel 22 x 35 x 30 in Museum purchase with funds from the Friends of Contemporary Art the Herzstein Family Acquisition Endowment Fund and Ed and Pat Ducayet 1996 1996 51 1 Jaynelle Across the Sea Anchored in Realism San Solomon Seeps 05 Detail from Quinter s Thought Trap A O Love Big Mind Bowing Black Robe

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Border Crossing
    x 55 in Other Pedestal 22 x 52 x 65 cm 8 11 16 x 20 1 2 x 25 9 16 in Museum purchase with funds from the Los Trigos Fund Herzstein Family Acquisition Endowment Friends of Contemporary Art Margot and Robert Linton and Rosina Yue Smith 1994 Border Crossing Cherry Bomb Exhibitions Current Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Online Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Visit Hours and Admission Events Locations Transportation Group

    Original URL path: http://www.nmartmuseum.org/site/explore/sculpture/west-sculpture-garden/border-crossing.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Alcove Shows 12.0-12.9
    from March 2012 through April 2013 in the bays of our historic building Alcove 12 1 Mar 23 Apr 29 2012 Alcove 12 2 May 4 June 6 2012 Alcove 12 3 June 15 July 29 2012 Alcove 12 4 Aug 4 Sept 9 2012 Alcove 12 5 Sept 14 Oct 21 2012 Alcove 12 6 Oct 26 Dec 2 2012 Alcove 12 7 Dec 7 Jan 13 2013 Alcove

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - James Drake: Salon of a Thousand Souls
    Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2002 to 2008 Past Exhibitions 2009 Past Exhibitions 2010 Past Exhibitions 2011 Past Exhibitions 2012 Past Exhibitions 2013 Past Exhibitions 2014 Past Exhibitions 2015 Share Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Past Exhibitions 2011 James Drake Salon of a Thousand Souls On display Oct 28 2011 Apr 15 2012 Throughout his career James Drake has examined the theme of humanity in all of its triumphs failures and follies including violence and war love and desire greed and gluttony and the realities of life along the U S Mexico border The exhibition James Drake Salon of a Thousand Souls includes sculptures and works on paper by the Santa Fe based artist dating from the 1980s to the present day Among the dozen works to be shown are a never before exhibited 21 foot red pastel drawing and a wall drawing done in the museum galleries specifically for this exhibition During his 35 year career James Drake has worked with equal fluency in video photography sculpture drawing and printmaking He has had over 60 one person shows and has been included in numerous group exhibitions including the 2000 Whitney Biennial and the 2007 Venice Biennale Drake is the recipient of a Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship two National Endowment for the Arts grants and a Nancy Graves Award for Visual Arts His most recent accolade is a Texas Medal of Arts 2011 His work is in more than 30 museum collections including the Albright Knox Gallery Brooklyn Museum of Art Corcoran Gallery of Art Whitney Museum of American Art Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Blanton Museum of Art Dallas Museum of Art Denver Art Museum Phoenix Museum of Art Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the New Mexico Museum of Art Born in Lubbock Texas in 1946 Drake lived for many

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  • Focus on Photography | March 17, 2014 - April 19, 2015 | New Mexico Museum of Art
    between dye transfer prints and chromogenic color Color Photography When photography first came into use in the mid nineteenth century one of the biggest complaints was that unlike life it was only black and white In response many early photographic portraits were painted to make them appear more lifelike Though color images were common commercially it wasn t until the lat 1970s that more than a few artists began working with it and by the end of the century it has largely displaced black and white as the most common type of photograph Color photography is notoriously less permanent however and the techniques used to produce it are often complicated Platinum and Palladium Prints Invented in 1873 the platinum process was especially popular up until the 1920s when the price of platinum skyrocketed A less expensive metal palladium was substituted and sometimes the two are combined Both processes are known for their permanence and are prized for their ability to render a broad range of subtle tonal variations Though they are no longer commonly used many artists enjoy working with these processes and can create their own light sensitive paper with raw chemicals As a result many of these prints show brush strokes around the edges where the chemical solution was applied Often the texture of the paper on which they are printed is also visible as the chemicals are in direct contact with the surface of the paper Includes work by Gay Block Alan Cohen Laura Gilpin Barbara Kasten Joan Myers Walter Nelson Jo Whaley Adam Clark Vroman and Wendy Young Images from the Exhibition Knows No Scents 1991 Chromogenic print 22 x 17 1 2 in Collection of the New Mexico Museum of Art Jane Reese Williams Collection Museum acquisition through the New Mexico Council on Photography 1994

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  • Focus on Photography | March 17, 2014 - April 19, 2015 | New Mexico Museum of Art
    on view in this gallery and processes In this exhibition you will see work by artists who have purposefully chosen to return to historic ways of making and printing pictures rediscovering their expressive possibilities as well as combining them with other mediums and materials Though the work is often labeled as alternative or non traditional it is simply part of the flexible and ever changing continuum of photography We know that a photograph isn t simply made by a machine the camera but we don t always see evidence of the artist s hand as we do in a painting Historic processes such as cyanotypes and tintypes are more hands on as well as more inexact time consuming and certainly messier than digital photography For some contemporary photographers these elements suit their vision and contribute toward a sense of making rather than simply taking a photograph Like any work of art a photograph mirrors the world around us but is also a constructed and highly personalized expression Photography is good at describing the surface of things but is more challenged by showing what is invisible such as emotions thoughts or sensations In these photographs each artist finds a way to use photography that is less about exterior world of representation and more about the interior sphere of subjective expression Includes work by Bobbe Besold Jane Hinds Bidaut Ian van Coller Betty Hahn Judy Herzl Holly Roberts Nancy Sutor Will Wilson and Melanie Yazzie Images from the Exhibition Being Alone in the Desert 1986 Gelatin silver print with oil paint Museum purchase with funds from Mel and Dickie Pfaelzer 1986 Holly Roberts Being Alone in the Desert 1986 Gelatin silver print with oil paint Museum purchase with funds from Mel and Dickie Pfaelzer 1986 The U S Government Will Never Whitewash

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  • Focus on Photography | March 17, 2014 - April 19, 2015 | New Mexico Museum of Art
    art and amateur photography until color films and processing became common in the 1960s and 1970s The basic chemistry involves suspending silver salts in a gelatin solution that is coated onto a support such as glass or paper A latent undeveloped image is created by placing a photographic negative in direct contact with this sensitized paper to make a contact print the same size as the negative or by using an enlarger to project the negative onto the paper After exposing the paper and negative to light the paper is then processed with chemicals that bring out the image develop it followed by chemicals that stop the development and stabilize the print fixing it which is then rinsed away with water Due to the popularity and long reign of gelatin silver photography a variety of papers were created and produced commercially glossy matte high contrast etc to offer a range of effects Another factor that can alter the appearance of a gelatin silver print is toner a solution of gold selenium or other agents that can be added during processing Toning changes the color or tonality of a print and can enhance its longevity An artist may also chooses to add paint pencil or other markings to the surface of the print once it has dried which is referred to as hand coloring or sometimes mixed media Not ALL black and white photographs are gelatin silver prints Though it is the most common type of black and white photography it was used simultaneously with the platinum process carbon printing and even monochromatic inkjet printing Sometimes the only way to be sure which is which is by using a microscope Includes work by Thomas Barrow Lewis Baltz Manuel Álvarez Bravo Harry Callahan Paul Caponigro Judy Dater Lawrence McFarland Joyce Neimanas Janet

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