Migrations features a surprising selection of the work of six contemporary artists and the master printers at Tamarind Institute along with important essays by noted critics on the new directions of Native art.
Painter Mateo Romero uses a bold, muscular style and thick, expressive paint to expose the fault lines and tragedies afflicting Native people today. At the same time, he offers a meditation on the difficult yet artistically stimulating process of cultural diaspora and return in which he and many other Native artists are engaged.
The first of three exhibitions presented as part of the City of Albuquerque's Tricentennial celebration, El Alma de España focuses on the work of Spanish Masters from sixteenth to early nineteenth-century Spain.
This book offers a study of the cosmopolitan development of Spanish painting in the latter half of the nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth century, covering the time period between the death of Goya (in 1828) and the rise of Picasso.