Aquí Estamos: New Selections from the Permanent Collection
February 28, 2020 – February 27, 2022
Desde Mi Balcón / From My Balcony
April 8 – September 10
Mira, Mira On the Wall: Reflecting on 20 Years of Exhibitions
May 14, 2021 – January 2, 2022
Fronteras del Futuro: Art in New Mexico and Beyond
February 11, 2022 – October 30, 2022
The NHCC Art Museum Permanent Collection is home to over 3,000 artworks from around the world and it continues to grow! View a selection of artworks from the collection.
The Bosque Gallery at the NHCC
The New Bosque Gallery at National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico will be 730 feet in length (roughly 2 ½ times the size of a football field). This beautiful open-air gallery space runs along the Bosque Trail to the east of the Rio Grande just south of César Chávez and Dolores Huerta Avenues.
Bosque Gallery exhibitions will be mounted on the exterior wire fencing owned by the NHCC. Exhibitions rotate between the key program areas, and will include topics supporting the NHCC’s Mission including History and Literary Arts, Visual Arts, and Performing Arts. The Bosque Gallery exhibits will be accessible, bilingual, and inclusive. The Bosque Trail is highly trafficked with cyclists, joggers, and walkers. These groups of visitors include families and individuals.
There are 31 re-printable panels (48 x 60 inches each) available for each exhibition. All panels will be hung on exterior fence facing the Bosque Trail. The panels are made from ALU-PANEL, a reusable thin polycarbonate metal substrate. The panels are reusable, meaning that the vinyl printing for each exhibit can be peeled off and the panels can be re-printed with each new project. The panels have an anti-graffiti coating and can last for many years if handled properly.
Bosque Gallery Current Exhibition: Desde Mi Balcón/From My Balcony
The National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) Visual Arts Program, in collaboration with Instituto Cervantes of Albuquerque and the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain in Washington, D. C. presents “Desde Mi Balcón/From My Balcony,” a new exhibit on view April 8 through Sept. 10, 2021, in the Bosque Gallery outdoor exhibition space.
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Bosque Gallery: Virtual Exhibition
¡Mira! Nuestra Arquitectura: An Architectural Journey
A virtual tour of the architectural history of the Center’s past, present
Because It’s Time: Unraveling Race and Place in NM (online exhibition)
The exhibition, Because It’s Time: Unraveling Race and Place in NM, was presented in the NHCC Art Museum in 2018. We are honored to present the content again in a virtual format and to continue sharing the work of these amazing artists whose contributions to discussions regarding identity, culture, experience, belonging, place, and equity remain of critical importance three years later.
Mira, Mira On the Wall: Reflecting on 20 Years of NHCC Exhibitions
The National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) turned twenty years old in 2020 and the museum now has twenty years of exhibitions to reflect on and learn from. Mira Mira On the Wall: Reflecting on 20 Years of NHCC Exhibitions recounts a selection of exhibits that have been presented over the last two decades. It examines their impact on the permanent collection, the importance of the stories that have been told, and celebrates the artists that have participated in shaping the identity of the museum over the years. These exhibitions have worked to expand a collective understanding of American art and identity through the lens of Hispanic, Chicana/o, Latinx, and Latin American creative expression.
Mundos de Mestizaje
Located in the Torreon, this 4,000 square foot, concave, buon fresco, was created by Frederico Vigil and completed in 2009. Mundos de Mestizaje depicts thousands of years of Hispanic and pre-Hispanic history highlighting diverse cultural connections between people and places from the Iberian Peninsula to the Americas.
The National Hispanic Cultural Center is offering a guided tour of the Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil twice a week, Thursdays and Fridays at 11 am.
Admission for the tour is $2 and tickets are available for advance purchase online here. Tickets can also be purchased in the New Mexico Mutual Welcome Center, depending on availability. Capacity for each tour is limited.
A digitized version of the fresco is also available here.
El Voto Femenino: sufragistas Latinas luchando por el derecho al voto
Celebrating the U.S. centennial of the Women’s Vote, this exhibit features Latinas from the international Hispanic diaspora who were instrumental in women’s suffrage worldwide.
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