After admiring Alfred Stieglitz's black-and-white photographs at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum head next door and pick up your own print at Andrew Smith. This is...more
This lovely lane is one of the oldest roads in Santa Fe, established when the Spaniards settled in the 1600s. These days the old adobe houses lining the...more
When all the jewelry in Santa Fe starts to look the same, head to this shop on the Plaza with an excellent portfolio of contemporary jewelers. Most designs are...more
One of the most successful Taos painters of recent years is Miguel Martinez, who works in mixed oils and pastels to depict beguiling local women with limpid...more
This photo gallery moved from downtown Manhattan to Santa Fe after 9/11, and there's an interesting dissonance in finding many of the 20th century's most famous...more
Lawyers have been clashing over famed Navajo painter R.C. Gorman's estate since his death in 2005, but this gallery of his images of Native American women in...more
Santa Fe's most up-and-coming neighborhood has a distinctly contemporary bent. Anchored by nonprofit SITE Santa Fe, which took over an old brewery building in...more
Walk into this large but discreet building on Galisteo Street, not far from the Plaza, and prepare to be overwhelmed by a vast, labyrinthine souk of colorful...more
The local artists who show in this two-story painting and sculpture gallery, just off Taos's main drag, manage to convey a sense of place without resorting to...more
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