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Past Exhibits

Past Exhibits
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.

Karl Hofmann: Shapeshifters

On view at Albuquerque Museum February 2019 - May 2020. Contemporary artist Karl Hofmann installed a unique, site-specific sculpture in the Museum lobby.

Let the Sunshine In

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

José Guadalupe Posada: Legendary Printmaker of Mexico

On view at Albuquerque Museum. This exhibition recognizes Posada’s cultural contributions, which reflect the spirit of Mexican identity in his time and ours and imparts a universal perspective extending well beyond the borders of his native Mexico

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.

Selections from Trinity

On view at Albuquerque Museum. A selection of 17 works on paper from the online exhibition Trinity: Reflections on the Bomb.

Luís Jiménez: Motion and Emotion

Drawings and lithographs by Luís Jiménez—who masterfully depicted the human figure—often focus on working-class and Chicano subjects. These works on paper from Albuquerque Museum's permanent collection are infused with a sense of movement and vivacity.

Recent History Acquisitions

Coming to Albuquerque Museum in April. Recent History Acquisitions explores the theme of community, offers visitors an opportunity to learn about the process of museum collecting, and reflects on how New Mexicans have created community throughout time.

We Lead, Others Follow

On view at Albuquerque Museum. 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.

Recent History Acquisitions

Coming to Albuquerque Museum in April. Recent History Acquisitions explores the theme of community, offers visitors an opportunity to learn about the process of museum collecting, and reflects on how New Mexicans have created community throughout time.

Indelible Blue: Indigo Across the Globe

On view at Albuquerque Museum January 8 through April 24. The history, techniques, and movement of indigo as it has been used and exchanged around the world for millennia.

Layered Meanings

On view at Albuquerque Museum August 7, 2021–February 20, 2022. This exhibition includes collages, montages, and assemblages from the museum’s permanent collection including works by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Larry Bell, Valerie Roybal, Robert Rauschenberg, Jerry Uelsmann, and more.