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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Indios
    Photographs by Anne Noggle Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Indios Indios 2002 Ray Martín Abeyta oil on linen Gift of Ray Graham and the artist 2004 Ray Martín Abeyta s dual portrait of an Indian from Asia and an Indian from the Americas puns on the geographic ambiguity of Christopher Columbus s erroneous discoveries in the Caribbean Columbus mistakenly thought that he had arrived in India when he landed in the Caribbean The resulting term Indian creates confusion relating to the cultures lands and races of the indigenous peoples from both India and the Americas The mis discovery of America was not limited to 1492 The American Southwest itself has survived multiple discoveries by nomadic Native Americans Spanish colonists and missionaries United States geological expeditions and anthropo logical research teams And finally individual travelers continue to make their personal discoveries of the landscapes and peoples of New Mexico Abeyta s painting Indios asks viewers to think about the interactions that have occurred in New Mexico and forged our art and culture Listen to audio here Indios Culture Rush Who Benefits Modernist Explosion Aesthetic Conflicts Rejecting Tourism Cultural Projects Modernist

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Culture Rush
    Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Culture Rush The completion of the transcontinental railway through New Mexico in the 1880s initiated a culture rush in the Southwest European American artists and anthropologists hurried to the region to observe Native groups and collect artifacts before they were influenced by mainstream American culture and disappeared Our Lady of Mount Carmel Nuestra Señora del Carmen Attr to José Benito Ortega 1858 1941 Untitled Cochiti Figurine Unidentified artist Untitled Hopi Jar Nampeyo c 1860 1942 Taos Pueblo Moonlight E Irving Couse 1866 1936 Interior Courtyard of

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Who Benefits
    Governor s Gallery Upcoming Exhibitions Assumed Identities Photographs by Anne Noggle Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Who Benefits The Museum of Fine Arts based its programming on Robert Henri s conception of an Open Door exhibition policy Any artist working in New Mexico could exhibit in the museum without having to gain the approval of a jury of critics or collectors The museum s radical stance attracted artists to New Mexico helped to make Santa Fe a cultural destination in the 1920s Santa Fe Hills Leon Kroll 1884 1947

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Modernist Explosion
    Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Modernist Explosion The Open Door policy at the Museum of Fine Arts stimulated an artistic explosion following World War I The museum provided one of the few places where modern artists could exhibit their works without having to gain the approval of a jury European trained illustrators academic painters and modern artists swelled the ranks of the Santa Fe Taos Art Movement The Sacristan of Trampas Paul Burlin 1886 1969 Portrait of Dieguito Roybal San Ildefonso Pueblo Robert Henri American 1865 1929 Pueblo Dancer Matachina Jan Matulka 1890 1972 Holy Week in New Mexico William Penhallow Henderson 1877 1943

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Aesthetic Conflicts
    the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Aesthetic Conflicts Aesthetic differences within the Santa Fe Taos Art Movement encouraged the development of artistic fraternities Established academic painters formed the Taos Society of Artists young Bohemians created the Cinco Pintores the Five Painters and established modernists became the New Mexico painters The differences diminished and all three groups disbanded by 1927 A Strange Mixture of Barbarism and Christianity Ernest L Blumenschein 1874 1960 Pueblo Girl Evelyn Taos Leon Gaspard 1882 1964 Our Washerwoman s Family Bert Geer Phillips 1868 1956 My Children W Herbert Dunton American 1878 1936 The Springtime Rainbow Jozef G Bakos

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Rejecting Tourism
    Story Our Future Governor s Gallery Upcoming Exhibitions Assumed Identities Photographs by Anne Noggle Self Regard Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Rejecting Tourism The anthropologists intellectuals and modernist artists in Santa Fe decried the growing commercialization of New Mexico culture in the 1920s Their rejection of the region s tourist arts led to efforts by modern artists and intellectuals to revive the Hispanic and Indian arts of the past The War Bonnet E Irving Couse 1866 1936 Music in the Plaza John Sloan 1871 1951 Expulsion from the Garden of Eden

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Cultural Projects
    Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Cultural Projects During the Great Depression A major decline in southwestern tourism began in 1929 after the stock market crashed and sparked a worldwide depression Artists working in New Mexico had a difficult time as the boom and bust tourist cycle again went bust The federal government along with private groups lessened the adverse effects of the Great Depression by providing economic opportunities for artists and by subsidizing regional art traditions The Black Shawl Esquipula Romero de Romero Velorio James Stovall Morris Christ on the Cross Juan Amadeo Sánchez 1901 69

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  • New Mexico Museum of Art - Modernist Perspectives
    Artist Self Portraits from the Collection Finding a Contemporary Voice the Legacy of Lloyd Kiva New and IAIA Con Cariño Artists Inspired by Lowriders Online Exhibitions Focus on Photography Alcove 12 0 The Museum s Collection How the West is One Art on the Edge 2013 Art on the Edge 2010 Alternative Spaces 100 Years of the MNM Pulling Strings Art on the Edge 2008 The Show IDEA Photographic Looking Back Interactions 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 2002 to 2008 How the West is One Modernist Perspectives By the 1930s two groups of modernist artists had developed in New Mexico Nationally known artists and intellectuals were visited Mabel Dodge Luhan in Taos Resident local modernists responded to the geographic isolation of New Mexico and developed in more experimental directions Class differences among the modernists ensured that the two groups would remain isolated from each other and that few interactions would develop Taos Houses New Mexican Village Andrew Dasburg 1887 1979 Self Portrait Bisttram Emil Bisttram 1895 1976 Suspension Raymond Jonson 1891

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