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Albuquerque Museum Exhibitions

Albuquerque Museum is the home of 10,000 works of art, 27,000 historical objects, and more than 130,000 items in photo archives. Discover some of the most remarkable artifacts and works of art from the region, and the world.

View a bold installation of Albuquerque Museum's art collection in "Common Ground: Art in New Mexico" and the history of our city in "Only in Albuquerque." Additional works from the permanent collection can be seen in rotating exhibitions of Photo Archives, a gallery devoted to Works on Paper, and our extensive Sculpture Gardens.


In addition to its extensive permanent collection, Albuquerque Museum brings in community-curated exhibitions as well as world-class traveling exhibits that are of importance to the people of Albuquerque. Learn more about exhibitions currently on display and find out what's coming soon to the Museum.


Art of Politics

On view at Albuquerque Museum through April 8, 2018. Works on paper from the permanent collection demonstrate the similarities and connections between seemingly separate struggles.

ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit

Coming to Albuquerque Museum October 19 – December 2, 2018. Formerly known as Miniatures & More, ArtsThrive is an annual event that brings together over 100 artists for a six-week exhibition and art sale.

Excavations: Patrick Nagatani

Coming to Albuquerque Museum June 23 to September 23, 2018. Documenting the artist's alter ego – archaeologist's discovery of automobiles buried at ceremonial sites around the world.

Images in Silver

An installation of images from Albuquerque Museum's Photo Archives celebrating the publication of the 50th anniversary collections guide

Paul Sarkisian

On view at Albuquerque Museum through June 2018. Paul Sarkisian proves the power of continuous innovation, and the importance of mastery of technique before an artist can create masterpieces reflecting his vision.

Sculpture Garden

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