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Adeïne de la Nöe was her own kind of rebel.
By Virginia L. Clark
5/18/18 10:41 AM
Photo artist Gail Russell was dragged mumbling and grumbling to look at a house for sale in Arroyo Hondo in 1976.She was heading back out of Taos for a magazine shoot and none too happy about this …
By Virginia L. Clark
4/21/18 10:21 AM
A sign on a Taos shop window recently stated, "Customers wanted. No experience necessary."Perhaps a sense of humor and a bit of optimism is what helps to keep Taos shops and …
By Robert Cafazzo
2/16/18 07:54 AM
Here's a quick look at some of the art-related events happening this week in Taos.
By Tempo staff |
12/20/17 08:58 AM
Taos’ art scene is fairly reputable for hollyhocks and sunsets, however in the heart of Arroyo Seco a gallery is pushing the boundaries of what it means to be creative.
By Dawn Franco |
11/12/17 07:52 AM
J. Matt Thomas wears many creative hats in this community. He is an architect, director of The PASEO, organizer of Pecha Kucha Taos, as well as the collections manager and curator of collections at the Harwood Museum of Art. So, it is only fitting that his most recent burst of artistry has benefited from precious alone time.
By Yvonne Pesquera |
10/7/17 08:32 AM
The contemporary figurative work of D. Read Lockhart debuted with the grand opening Saturday (Sept. 2) of his new gallery of the same name.
By Virginia L. Clark |
9/10/17 07:13 AM
Here’s what Tempo has learned about the current health of the Taos art market from various parties involved after asking various questions.
By Robert Cafazzo |
4/30/17 08:19 AM
Your comprehensive guide to the gallery scene in Taos and the surrounding area. In this year’s guide we celebrate the high art of Lowbrow in Taos and we feature the gala opening of Joseph …
4/17/17 03:07 PM
‘Show us how it feels instead of rolling out the details of what it looks like.” This was the command answered by artists in the early and mid-20th century after a millennia of trying to capture how something looked. Artists were drawing from inside rather than outside.
By M. Elwell Romancito |
3/18/17 09:01 AM