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Past Exhibits

Past Exhibits
Paul Sarkisian

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. Paul Sarkisian proves the power of continuous innovation, and the importance of mastery of technique before an artist can create masterpieces reflecting his vision.

Pesos and Patriots

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum, "Pesos and Patriots: New Mexico’s Role in the American War of Independence" tells the story of Albuquerque families who supported the American cause in the fight for independence.

American Jewelry from New Mexico

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. Stories of diverse heritages simultaneously, as artists live, in concert, trade, and adapt with their neighbors.

Making Africa

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. Africa is a driving force for a new discussion of the potential of design in the 21st Century.

The US-Mexico Border

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. A community conversation about place and imagination on the US-Mexico border

Art of Politics

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. Works on paper from the permanent collection demonstrate the similarities and connections between seemingly separate struggles.

Mansions, Motoring, and Millennials

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. Originally named Huning’s Highland after the mover and shaker who conceived of it and now affectionately known as EDo, this community preserves the past while also looking to the future.

When Modern Was Contemporary

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. Financier Roy R. Neuberger acquired work by a remarkable selection of modern masters, including Alexander Calder, Jacob Lawrence, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Jackson Pollock.

The Carved Line

A past exhibition at Albuquerque Museum. An ancient artistic medium with a modern aesthetic, block printmaking in New Mexico has been impacted by the beauty and tensions of New Mexico’s unique cultural landscapes and sacred spaces.

Seed: Climate Change Resilience

On view at Albuquerque Museum through September 2019. Inspired dialogue around global warming, local food, healthy communities, and the revitalization of bioregional indigenous agri-Cultural practices

The Birds Arrive: A Garden

A heritage grains garden at the Albuquerque Museum, built by Land Arts of the American West and 7th regen, in conjunction with the exhibition Seed: Climate Change Resilience