Albuquerque Museum Exhibitions

View online and gallery exhibitions from the permanent art and history collections, world-class traveling exhibits, and community curated exhibits.

Online Exhibitions

Enjoy a virtual experience by browsing our online exhibitions.

Gallery Exhibitions

Exhibitions on view in the galleries at the Albuquerque Museum. 

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Luís Jiménez: Motion and Emotion



Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Learn more about current and upcoming exhibits.

Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism

On view at Albuquerque Museum. The works of art in this exhibition epitomize the vitality and expressiveness of modern Mexican art. They were produced in a pivotal period in Mexican history, when the nation sought to redefine itself through political, social, and cultural reforms.

Trinity: Reflections on the Bomb

Albuquerque Museum presents an online exhibition. Artists’s responses to the first detonation of a nuclear weapon near Alamogordo, New Mexico, coinciding with the 75th anniversary of the Trinity explosion.

Let the Sunshine In

On view at Albuquerque Museum. Let the Sunshine In captures life in Albuquerque from 1968-1972 through street photography.

Eye to I

Coming to Albuquerque Museum in June 2021, Self-portraits from the National Portrait Gallery featuring works by Elaine de Kooning, Fritz Scholder, Chuck Close, Alice Neel, and many more.

We Lead, Others Follow

Coming to Albuquerque Museum in March 2021. Women at the helm of photography studios in the late 19th and early 20th century were tenacious, made a good living, and forged a path for others to follow.

Sculpture Garden

On view at Albuquerque Museum. The sculpture garden includes works by many of the most important sculptors of the American Southwest.

Albuquerque Museum Sculpture Garden

ONLINE EXHIBITION HOME PAGE. Enjoy a video tour of the sculpture garden with Curator of Art Josie Lopez. Click the button below to view the exhibition in sequential order or view a particular location through the icons below.

East Atrium

On view in the East Atrium: Paul Suttman, Arlo Namingha, Ron Cooper, Greg E. Reiche, and Jesús Moroles.