The collection focuses on art created in, inspired by, or relevant to northern New Mexico, and includes nearly 5,000 works of art spanning a period from the late 18th century to the present. Early 20th Century and Taos Society of Artists are well represented.
Associated with the University of New Mexico, the collection provides a unique record of the Taos community's rich multicultural heritage and its role in the development of seminal American art.
Artwork in glass, on canvas and on paper
Works address America's love story with guns & the heartbreak of parenting during an era of mass shootings
Works address the current issues facing Northern New Mexico
Paintings and sculptural works embodying the historical Zoot Suit colors
Works take different paths, and converge on a common focus
Stainless steel wire forms displayed as found objects or as specimens in a lab
Works are intricate, delicate, and infinite and appear to be constantly in motion
Works by artists of the residency program
Sculpture expresses the artist's search for the vital essence of 3-dimensional forms
Photos and stories from a celebrated local artist as well as several works of art
Works offer a visual dictionary of the Italian city of Venice