The following article was originally published by Southwest Contemporary. “I am an artist always on the move,” said Oswaldo Maciá days before the opening of his first exhibition in the United States, New Cartographies of Smell Migration. “My canvas is the whole planet.” We sat in the… +
The following article was originally published by Visual Art Source in September 2021. Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico Review by Caroline Picard Max Cole’s latest exhibition of paintings and prints references, excerpts, and overlays the formal concerns associated with different periods… +
Curated color and black and white photographs from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection illustrate the identity of contemporary “America” in American Geography: Photographs of Land Use from 1840 to the Present, one of the newest publications by Santa Fe’s Radius Books. The… +
The following article was published by Southwest Contemporary in June 2021. Egypt May 28–June 18, 2021 5. Gallery, Santa Fe Egypt, a curious and somewhat stupefying show currently on view at Santa Fe’s 5. Gallery, offers a display of archival albumen prints from 1875-1876 depicting… +
The following comic was published in Issue 16 of Split Rock Review.