The Museum of International Folk Art features artists who represent traditions from Hispanic and Latino cultures. The Museum ... More
Museum of International Folk Art
The Museum of International Folk Art features artists who represent traditions from Hispanic and Latino cultures. The Museum opened to the public in 1953 and is now home to the world's largest collection of folk art! Over 130,000 artifacts form the basis for exhibitions in four distinct wings: Bartlett, Girard, Hispanic Heritage and Neutrogena. The Museum of Spanish Colonial Arts, Museum of International Folk Art, and Museum of Indian Arts & Culture are all on Museum Hill. Additionally, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Palace of the Governors are worth a visit as well.
Upon entrance to the Touching Stone gallery, you notice a palpable sense of peace. The artwork on display is primarily
Japanese, although there are some Native American works scattered throughout the gallery. The simple lines of the ceramics give ...
This pueblo revival style building has been hosting New Mexico's fine art since 1917. Inside you will find a number
of permanent, as well as traveling, exhibitions. There are over 20,000 works of art on display, and much of ...
Contemporary art and modernism fascinated world famous artist Georgia O'Keeffe. This namesake museum spotlights her work, but also showcases the
work of many other established artists. The exhibits change about three times a year, so no matter how many ...