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Albuquerque Museum Exhibitions

Exhibits from the permanent art and history collections, world-class traveling exhibits, and community curated exhibits.
Drawing/Rendering/Painting of a soldier from the Province of New Spain, by . (Courtesy of the Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla, Spain)

Pesos and Patriots

Through May 19, 2019

Image of Luis Jiménez's painting, "El Buen Pastor"

Karl Hofmann: Shapeshifters

Installation begins February 11

Photos of Hunning Highland Neighborhood

Everyday People

Through Summer 2019

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Karl Hofmann: Shapeshifters

Coming to Albuquerque Museum February 2019. Contemporary artist Karl Hofmann will install a unique, site-specific sculpture in the Museum lobby. The public is invited to watch as the work progresses throughout February and March.

Pesos and Patriots

Coming to Albuquerque Museum January 2019, "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.

Everyday People

On view at Albuquerque Museum through Summer 2019. The Redman collection from Photo Archives captures the everyday life of people in Albuquerque in the 1940s and 1950s.

Sculpture Garden

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

A Past Rediscovered

Coming to Albuquerque Museum May 2019. Following on the heels of "Visions of the Hispanic World," this exhibition shares stories from the State of New Mexico, telling a history for all of us in the Land of Enchantment.

Courage and Compassion

Coming to Albuquerque Museum June 2019. This exhibition explores the legacy of Albuquerque’s Japanese American community and the impact World War II-era internment camps had on these New Mexicans.

Seed: Climate Change Resilience

Coming to Albuquerque Museum June 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 Seed Broadcast's show coming in 2019