2016

Windows into Wonder

BY DANIEL KOSHAREK What makes vintage photographs so fascinating? Unidentified folks, long-gone buildings, [...]

Drawn to Truth

Ricardo Caté’s Humor Knows No Borders – or Bounds BY LES DALY “ALL I WANT IS TO BE FUNNY, ” [...]

Man of Clay

BY PENELOPE HUNTER-STIEBEL He thrust his huge head forward, his mouth open. He held out his left hand, [...]

Olive Rush

Finding Her Place in the Santa Fe Art Colony JANN HAYNES GILMORE By May 15 the party had arrived in Santa Fe, [...]

Stitches in Time

BY PETER BG SHOEMAKER DESPITE SOME SIMILARITIES—like long tables, extendable lights, and various tubes [...]

Pomme Crazy

BY CANDACE WALSH Recently, I found myself halfway up an apple tree. You may have never stopped climbing [...]

Shields of Grace

BY ROGER LOUIS MARTÍNEZ-DÁVILA Faced with deadly religious discrimination that demanded more than faith and [...]

Elevated perspectives

The Ultimate Time – Lapse Photography Project BY MAXINE MCBRINN ONE LATE JANUARY MORNING, I WAS treated [...]

Finding Their Niche

BY KATE NELSON The New Mexico Museum of Art’s early alcove shows drew waves of artists to Santa Fe and [...]

Its Own Beautiful Self

In 1912, the year of New Mexico statehood, Santa Fe’s city fathers, including Edgar Lee Hewett, Sylvanus Morley, and Carlos Vierra, formed the city’s first Planning Board. With little money, but astounding drive, this prescient group launched itself into the unknowns of historic preservation, town planning, revival architecture, and commercial success. [...]

New Settlers

BY DANIEL KOSHAREK Arriving on New Mexico’s counterculture scene in the mid- 1960s, Irwin Klein used his [...]
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