516 Central Ave SW Albuquerque, New Mexico - NM87102
516 ARTS is an independent, nonprofit contemporary arts organization, which operates a museum-style gallery in Downtown Albuquerque and presents exhibitions, public programming and educational activities.
514 Central Ave SW Albuquerque, New Mexico - NM87102
Central Features Contemporary Art is a gallery that promotes environmental stewardship, social progress, and the intrinsic value of art-making in contemporary culture. Through a rigorously curated exhibition and event program that borrows from both commercial and non-commercial practices, Central Features asks: how might art translate and transform the human condition in a relevant, discernible, and local context? Included in Central Features exhibition program is Pacific Exhibits, a downtown Albuquerque storefront window micro-gallery dedicated to showcasing local artists. Owned and operated by Nancy Zastudil, The Necessarian, LLC. A percentage of gallery profits are donated to local art, community, and environmental causes.
The not-for-profit public service organization, CENTER, founded in 1994, honors, supports, and provides opportunities to gifted and committed photographers.
It is the aim of CENTER to help photographers identify their creative goals and accomplish them through feedback, support and opportunities. The annual programs include the Project Competition, the Choice Awards, Santa Fe Prize, Excellence in Teaching Award, Review LA, Review Santa Fe, Portfolio Bootcamp and the CENTER website. Public exhibitions, educational presentations and expositions of the work are held in conjunction with the Awards and Portfolio Reviews.
1050 Old Pecos Trail Santa Fe, New Mexico - NM87505
The Mission of the Center for Contemporary Arts is to create, maintain and promote a vibrant regional gathering place for the exploration and presentation of diverse and challenging contemporary art forms and ideas through our interdisciplinary programs: film, visual arts, performance and educational outreach.
EDITION ONE is a unique concept gallery showcasing contemporary photography in editions of one. Edition One collectors will find exclusive access to new photographic works both from emerging and established photographers in Santa Fe and around the world.
Monroe Gallery of Photography specializes in classic black & white photography with an emphasis on humanist and photojournalist imagery. The gallery features work by more than 50 renowned photographers and also represents a select group of contemporary and emerging photographers.
Monroe Gallery is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the oldest state capital in the United States. Santa Fe is one of the most vibrant arts communities in the United States, and is home to over 250 galleries. Monroe Gallery is located just off the historic city center, The Plaza. Visitors to the spacious 1700 square foot gallery are invited to view some of the best photography the 20th and 21st century have to offer.
1405 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe, New Mexico - NM87505
Obscura Gallery, LLC is pleased to announce our new gallery based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Obscura Gallery, named after the original Camera Obscura, is founded on our passion for photography which is deeply rooted in the history of the medium. Obscura Gallery encourages the ways in which contemporary artists are using photography to create unique additions to the history of photography which began nearly 200 years ago.
The gallery was conceived by Owner and Director Jennifer Schlesinger. A photography dealer and artist herself, Jennifer brings to Obscura Gallery the experience of being the Director of VERVE Gallery of Photography in Santa Fe, New Mexico for eleven years. Jennifer’s career experience has led to developing long term relationships with artists, clients, and collectors as well as the local, national and international photographic community.
In addition to offering for sale the artwork by Obscura Gallery’s stable of artists and gallery inventory, we also offer collection building, consulting and advising, and can assist in many facets of photographic collection, de-accession, and research.
Located in the Santa Fe downtown historic district two blocks west of the revitalized Railyard district, Obscura Gallery’s renovated historic building will be open to the public by the Summer of 2017.
541 S. Guadalupe St Santa Fe, New Mexico - NM87501
Photo-eye was founded in 1979 by Rixon Reed, photo-eye Director and Owner as a mailorder photography book source. It has since grown to become one of the world's foremost websites devoted to contemporary photography.
Scheinbaum & Russek LTD was established in 1980 through a series of serendipitous events. In 1978 David Scheinbaum moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico with the hope of meeting and working with the pre-eminent photography scholar, Beaumont Newhall. This dream came true. Their professional relationship had many facets and with that a friendship quickly developed. In 1979 David began printing for Beaumont Newhall. The many people who came to work and study with Beaumont often asked to see his photographs – thus David found himself in the position of creating a “meeting place” for photographers and collectors. The idea for a gallery evolved and in 1980 when Janet Russek moved to Santa Fe they opened their doors with a retrospective of Willard Van Dyke’s work.
While David continued to work with Beaumont Newhall, Russek began assisting Eliot Porter. Their relationship also grew from the studio to the gallery and the gallery began to expand representing both local and international photographers. To date they have exhibited and worked with over 300 photographers. Scheinbaum & Russek have approached the gallery world through their roles as educators, artists, and collectors and bring to their gallery an appreciation of photographers, the fine print and the history of photography.
Scheinbaum & Russek LTD are the exclusive representatives for the Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Estate and for the Eliot Porter Estate.
435 S. Guadalupe St. Santa Fe, New Mexico - NM87501
Located on Guadalupe Street in the Historic Railyard District of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Zane Bennett Contemporary Art gallery resides in one of the most unique architectural spaces in the City Different. The exterior preserves the historic flavor of the neighborhood while the cutting edge interior rivals the traditions of the best contemporary galleries in the country. The sky lighted two-story central atrium, glass staircase and catwalk, along with numerous gallery spaces provide the experience of viewing contemporary art at its best. Here you will find unexpected art programs and exhibitions which are engaging and visually stimulating. The nearly 10,000 square foot space allows for ongoing offerings of important and well-established contemporary artists, internationally-known mid-career, emerging and regional artists as well as blue chip artists. You will find accessible exhibits of paintings, prints, drawings, substantial sculpture and photography and other fine art.