Located in the heart of Old Town, with approximately 7,000 works of art, the collection focuses on art of the American Southwest and its influences, including works by all of the region’s cultural groups, and media from the Territorial period to the present.
The Albuquerque Museum also includes the historic Casa San Ysidro: The Gutiérrez-Minge House, located in the village of Corrales, just north of Albuquerque. An Greek revival home, built in the 1870s, a recreation of a 19th century rancho, complete with a small family chapel, a central plazuela and an enclosed corral.
Color, composition, symbolism, and phenomenology reflect technical mastery and creative investigation
200+ works spanning more than 3,000 years
Historic photographs document citywide changes
Works engage life in the region and focus on the well being of all who live there
300 objects represent myriad aspects of adornment from prehistory to the present
Artworks find the similarities between seemingly separate struggles
120+ artists and designers illustrate how design fuels economic and political changes
Explores the evolution of the Chinese-American community in Albuquerque, NM
Complete series of images of automobiles buried at ceremonial sites around the world