“Best Seats in the House,” an exhibit of various interpretations of the chair created by 40 New Mexico artists, re-opens at Galisteo Art Center (5637 St. Rt. 41, Galisteo) from 4 to 6 p.m. on July 21 with new work. The show runs through September 16.
More than 18 businesses are participating in the Fourth Annual Baca Street Bash that takes place from 4 to 8 p.m. on July 21. Starting at the intersection of Baca Street and Cerrillos Road, the annual block party features live music and plenty of art.
Offroad Productions (2891 Trades West Rd.) celebrates its 5th anniversary and final quarterly show from 6 to 8 p.m. on July 21. Owner and curator Michael Freed has invited artists whose work he’s exhibited during the past five years to participate in the show.
Cutting-edge photography by Jennifer Thoreson is on display in a show at Keep Contemporary (112 W. San Francisco St.) that opens at 5 p.m. on July 20. “When I discover a mundane or unwanted object, bring it into my space, wash it, mend it, give it a careful purpose, bask it in light, and photograph it, I feel as though it has been born again,” she explains in a statement about her work.
The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival’s 2018 summer season opened on July 15. Solo recitals and chamber music performances are presented by world-class musicians through August 20. For a complete schedule of concerts, visit santafechambermusic.com
The latest SFAJ Video Blog https://youtu.be/tzakKVEeZpY shares images from Keep Contemporary’s upcoming show, information about Modernist Frontier’s new exhibit of landscape photos by Cody Brothers and much more!
Santa Fe Arts Journal thanks Santa Fe artist Geoffrey Gorman for allowing use of an image of his 45” x 29” x 16” mixed media/found objects sculpture “Immer Otter.” Gorman’s work is represented by Selby Fleetwood Gallery (selbyfleetwoodgallery.com).
Emily Van Cleve