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THE magazine is a visually oriented, free periodical concentrating on the local, regional, and national art scenes, as well as a showcase for articles, reviews and interviews on the performing arts, books, films, music, and important cultural issues of the day. THE magazine uses the resources of its community, the artists and writers living and working in New Mexico, as its primary editorial contributors.

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Critical Reflection: Kamil Vojnar’s ‘Elsewhere’

His are perhaps the most intriguingly unresolvable images I’ve ever encountered.

by Jon Carver

February 6, 2014

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Emily Cheng: WholeInOne

'Cheng’s work bridges the space between the interior world and the exterior world, both in the physical sense as well as an epistemological one.'

by Lauren Tresp

December 20, 2013

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Drawing Room: ‘Works on Paper’ by Eugene Newmann and John Connell

'It remains a truth, though not a fashionable one, that the chief problem of any artist, in any genre, will be a shortage of talent—something that cannot be solved by technical innovation or aesthetic sloganeering. '

by Anthony Hassett

December 16, 2013

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A Critical Reflection on Nick Brandt’s ‘Across the Ravaged Land’

'There is a crisis occurring in East Africa.'

by Lauren Tresp

November 9, 2013

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Beast!

'Shows like this are imperative to maintaining artistic morale and may haphazardly breed something unexpected.'

by Hannah Hoel

November 8, 2013

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National Spotlight: Graciela Iturbide

Etla, Oaxaca, 2005

by THE magazine

November 8, 2013

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Alexandra Eldridge: ‘Meeting with my Daemons’

'Her paintings are also her journal pages, and as such retain a freshness and variation that is the inevitable result of an extremely active mind and eye.'

by Jon Carver

October 7, 2013

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Matthew Gray: MULE

"Matthew Gray’s show MULE uses two tons of hard candy, plywood, spray paint, and glitter to create large-scale installations that suggest extravagant window displays while questioning forms of high and low art."

by Hannah Hoel

July 30, 2013

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Swimming In The Deep End: The Work of Tony Abeyta

"I soon discovered that Abeyta had simultaneously created three distinctive bodies of work: landscapes, kachinas, and what he calls 'analogous forms and shapes,' which reference music. My favorite Abeytas are the landscapes that depict adobes. "

by Richard Polsky

July 30, 2013

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Currents: 2013 Santa Fe International New Media Festival – The Future is Here, That Much is Clear

"While traditional media will not disappear, the artmaking field has expanded in marvelous ways, asking for a more open and tolerant kind of attention than we may be accustomed to paying."

by Marina La Palma

July 30, 2013

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Nah Poeh Meng (The Continuous Path)

The Continuous Path—on view at the Poeh Museum, in Pojoaque, portrays the Pueblo worldview of their history through both traditional and contemporary art, sculpture, historic reproductions, stories.

by Roxanne Swentzell

July 30, 2013

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Stands With A Fist: Contemporary Native Women Artists

'If there is anything that ties their art together, it could be irony or even inscrutability.'

by Diane Armitage

July 5, 2013

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The Universe of Patrick Mehaffy

The in-depth thoughts of artist Patrick Mehaffy from July's edition of THE Magazine

July 5, 2013

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Critical Reflections: Rock, Paper, Scissors

Five female artists follow a hearty tradition of assembling found objects with the intent to entice tangible (sur)realism from the viewer

by Hannah Hoel

May 29, 2013

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The Universe of Andrea Senutovitch

'Her work is magical, mysterious and beautiful, yet disturbing at times'

May 29, 2013

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Bill Kaderly: Under the Radar

" desperately wanted to meet the artist, buy a few more of his works, and perhaps even get involved with his career. There was only one small problem"

by Richard Polsky

April 30, 2013

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Preview: Four Tides, Four Decades —Paintings by Sam Scott

"Scott has become somewhat of a Santa Fe institution, a symbol of our city’s preoccupation with color, the elemental and becoming, as he puts it, 'properly lost in the storm of becoming.' "

April 30, 2013

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