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Gallery One

Information about exhibitions and events at the new City Hall art gallery - Gallery One.

Gallery One ● 1 Civic Plaza NW, Suite 1400, Albuquerque, NM 87102 ● [email protected]

Gallery One is a light and bright art gallery space. The goals and mission of Gallery One is to foster an intersection between Albuquerque artists, the community and City government that engages and draws new, diverse audiences and provides more exhibition opportunities to local emerging artists. The space will serve as an educational resource with exhibitions that complement and support existing Public Art Urban Enhancement Division programming.

The Public Art Urban Enhancement Division Team brings the best in local art and artists to showcase Albuquerque's position as a true art mecca. The Division's professional arts management team members have decades of combined experience in gallery curation and management, museum exhibitions, education and outreach, artists professional development and arts programming.

Regular hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The gallery is free and open to the public during regular hours of operation. Gallery One will be closed for holidays observed by the City.

For more information, email [email protected].


Gallery Shows & Events

A Day in the Life - Opens Friday, January 5, 2024 with a reception and City Hall Public Art Open House from 5-8 p.m. The exhibition will be on view through March 7.

24 hours can change a life in the simplest of ways. A hot meal delivery. Finding a puppy a forever home. Or helping someone plan dreams for their family. City of Albuquerque workers do all that and more in a day. They know the depth of work it takes to make change happen for people who count on the city to work for them.

Seven local photographers sought to reveal the human side of city government. Assigned or 'embedded' with a selected department for 24 hours, they documented the people who make our city run. "A Day in the Life" is a study of how we are all an important part of improving our Quality of Life.

The exhibit features photographs by Max Woltman, Sean Wright, Angel Gil Lopez, Jessica Lozoya, Adrian Martin, Jessica Roybal, and Pico del Hierro-Villa; and highlights the work of seven city departments: Senior Affairs, Arts & Culture, Solid Waste, Parks and Recreation, Animal Welfare, Albuquerque Community Safety, and Planning. The exhibit also features poetry by Hakim Bellamy and an installation in the Art Vault by Adrian Pijoan.

Each series of photographs in this Inaugural Gallery One exhibit will also be installed in the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History Photo Archives.

Check out the Gallery One Inaugural Exhibition video.