ONLINE EXHIBITIONS

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Focus on Photography

A series of photography exhibitions exhibited from 2014-2015.

Photo of the Folio installed in the Museum
First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare

First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare was a one month exhibition in 2016 of the first collected edition of William Shakespeare’s plays.

Photo of the galleries when the museum first opened
Looking Back: interactions

Looking Back: Interactions was originally developed to complement a temporary exhibition at the Museum of Fine Art. The exhibition, on display from January 25 through May 12, 2002, celebrated the 85th anniversary of the opening of the museum in 1917.

Alcove Shows 12.0
Alcove 12.0

New Mexico Museum of Art curator, Merry Scully included the work of 45 artists from across the state of New Mexico. Five new artists were exhibited every five weeks from March 2012 through April 2013 in the bays of our historic building.

Two pieces by Derrick Velasquez
Art on the Edge 2013

Presents the work of eight contemporary artists selected by Toby Kamps for this juried show organized by Friends of Contemporary Art + Photography (FOCA+P). Jan 18 - April 14, 2013.

Installation of exhibition in the Women's Board room
Art on the Edge 2010

Presents the work of seven contemporary artists selected by Nicholas Baume for this juried show organized by Friends of Contemporary Art (FOCA). Apr 16- Aug 1, 2010.

Art on the Edge 2008
Art on the Edge 2008

Friends of Contemporary Art juried show, held every few years.

Funnel Cake by Brian Cobble
The Show

Since 1951 the Museum of Art has organized juried exhibitions that reflect the broad range of contemporary art being produced in New Mexico and the greater Southwest. This online exhibition was developed to complement the 2003 juried show, The Show.

A view of the exhibition as it was installed at the museum
IDEA Photographic

Idea Photographic: After Modernism, an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe on display from October 11, 2002 through January 19, 2003, evolved from the Project in Modern Photography developed between Steve Yates and Siegfried Halus.