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May 2019

Southwest of Eden: The Art of Adam and Eve

May 17, 2019September 27, 2020

This exciting exhibit features approximately fifty works of art from the Joyce Kaser Collection. Southwest of Eden: The Art of Adam and Eve examines the various ways in which New Mexican artists and others visually portray these two famous figures as well as the flora and fauna in their surroundings.  For example, how many apples are featured, or are they pomegranates? Is the serpent male or female? Is it animal or human, or half and half? Is Eve always the instigator or is Adam assuming some responsibility? Situated in the NHCC Art Museum’s highly popular community gallery, Southwest of Eden invites the visitor to take a closer look at the imagery, symbolism and story of what happened in the garden.

September 2019

El Perú: Art in the Contemporary Past

September 6, 2019July 26, 2020

El Perú: Art in the Contemporary Past, aims to break down stereotypes of what visitors expect to see in a “Peruvian art exhibit.”  The exhibit celebrates the work of  artists Baldomero Alejos (1924-1976) a photographer from Ayacucho; Ana de Orbegoso, a multimedia artist inspired by the Cuzco School, Pre-Colombian pottery and Peruvian history and identity; Kukuli Velarde, a ceramicist who addresses class racism, and exclusion  in her ceramics, and Lorry Salcedo, a photographer whose striking black and white images connect the Peruvian past to its present.   Each artist explores the Peruvian pre-colonial and colonial past while addressing race, class and inclusion in the contemporary present.  Works include photography, sculpture, ceramics, painting, and multimedia in juxtaposition with examples of their historical antecedents.

February 2020

Aquí Estamos: New Selections from the Permanent Collection

February 28, 2020February 27, 2022

NHCC Art Museum

Every few years, the NHCC Art Museum refreshes its exhibit of artworks that showcase the breadth of the permanent collection. As always, the artworks featured in Aquí Estamos are global in scope and reflect the complexity of the Hispanic experience demonstrating that there is no one way to create art that exemplifies what it means to be Hispanic, Chicana/o, Latinx, and/or Latin American.

Artists Include:

Adriana GonzalesAlice Rahon

Alora Cinllo

Alvin Gill-Tapia

Ana Rosa Rivera Marrero

Antonio Pérez (Ñiko)

Arthur López

Arturo Elizondo

Barbara Carrasco

Carlos Quinto Kemm

Camilla Trujillo

Carmela Martínez Álvarez

Carmen Lomas Garza

Catalina Delgado-Trunk

Charles “Chaz” Bojórquez

Charles Frésquez

Christina “Tina” Fuentes

Christopher Espinoza

Cisco Jimenez

David Perez Escudero

Deborah Rael-Buckley

Eddie Domínguez

Eduardo Muñoz Bachs

Edward Gonzales

Elena Baca

Emilio Lobato III

Enrique Montenegro

Eric J. Garcia

Fanny Rabel

George T. López

Glugio “Gronk” Nicandro

Goldie Garcia

Irene Aguilar Alcántara

Jaime Palacios

Jessamine Toste

Jesse Amado

Jocelyn Lorena Salaz

Juanito Jimenez

Karima Muyaes

Lawrence López Ortiz

Liberty Gonzales

Luisa Bacilio Elías

Lydia Gallegos

Magali Lara

Malaquias Montoya

Margaret Herrera Chávez

Marion C. Martinez

Martha Varóz Ewing

Mónica Sosaya Halford

Nicholas Herrera

Orlando Leyba

Pamela Enriquez-Courts

Patrocinio Barela

Paula Castillo

Póla López

Raul Gonzalez

Ray Martín Abeyta

René Zamora

Ron Mier

Scherezade Garcia

Sergio Moyano

Sergio Tapia

Valerie Roybal

Verne Lucero

Vincent Campos

Victoria Martinez-Rodgers

October 2020

Mira, Mira On the Wall: Reflecting on 20 Years of Exhibitions

October 16, 2020May 9, 2021

The NHCC Art Museum now has almost twenty years of exhibitions under its belt and as the NHCC as a whole is celebrating its 20th birthday this year, the Museum will host an exhibition titled, Mira, Mira On the Wall: Reflecting on 20 Years of Exhibitions as an institutional retrospective recounting the significant exhibits that have been presented over the last two decades and their impact on the permanent collection.

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