2018

Crash Report

BY CANDACE WALSH One of my least favorite jobs was working as a ghostwriter for a website’s figurehead. The [...]

Before Photocopiers

BY PENELOPE HUNTER-STIEBEL I went to visit Tom Leech, curator and director of the Palace Press, in hopes of [...]

Family Affair

BY ROSS ALTSHULER How do skill, talent, and creativity run through New Mexico’s Native families of artists? [...]

Building a Photograph

BY KATHERINE WARE Photographer Patrick Nagatani (1945–2017) didn’t just take pictures, he made pictures. [...]

Lives and Half-lives

BY MELANIE LABORWIT The Santa Fe Opera’s sense of place is extraordinary; operagoers watch world-class [...]

By the Book

BY JAMES GLISSON After nearly twenty years in Los Angeles, Frederick Hammersley (1919–2009) moved to [...]

A Sketch in Time

BY PETER BG SHOEMAKER They are words—jaw-dropping, amazing, wondrous—one doesn’t usually hear from [...]

Neon Signs of Life

BY AMY GROLEAU Gráfica Popular Limeña (the folk graphic tradition of Lima) was born in the streets. It has [...]

History’s Footprints

BY LAURIE WEBSTER Visit the storage facility of any Southwestern anthropology museum, and you’ll see drawer [...]

The Continuous Path

BY ROBERT PREUCEL AND SAMUEL DUWE When Juan de Oñate journeyed north up the Rio Grande valley in the summer [...]
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