Elaine De Kooning (1918 Brooklyn, New York - 1989 Southampton, New York), Margaret Randall with Cigarette, 1963, acrylic on paper, Albuquerque Museum, gift of Margaret Randall, PC2019.71.9. See July 16.
Visiting Artist Nicola López | Installation begins
Artist Nicola López will install
Haunted in the Albuquerque Museum lobby as part of the annual Visiting Artist program.
Haunted is a site-responsive installation that reflects on how all landscapes are now and forever haunted by our inescapable, human presence.
Albuquerque Museum is pleased to partner with
Made By Us, an exciting, nationwide initiative designed to educate and engage the next generation to foreground history in civic life. Through Made By Us, institutions will join forces to share a fuller story about the past, reach new audiences and put history in the hands of young people as they shape the future. What’s your wish?
Thanks to the warm light and the soft swaying in the wind the Cazador will bring harmony and sunshine into your life – whether the sun shines or not. Each glance at the garden or at the balcony will bring a smile on your face, for light is nourishment for the soul. $27.95 - $48.95
Join us on Facebook
@abqmuseum and YouTube for an interactive event featuring the Margaret Randall book launch, live music by the
Claudio Tolousse Jazz Trio presented by
AMP Concerts, and a free live yoga practice with
YogaZo. We will send you an email with all the links on Wednesday night before the event.
In 1969, poet and revolutionary Margaret Randall was forced underground when the Mexican government cracked down on all those who took part in the 1968 student movement. Randall reads from her memoir,
I Never Left Home (Duke University Press, March 2020), and recounts extraordinary stories from her life and career.
Engage with Albuquerque Museum online: find information about stories you've seen on social media and activities for the whole family. Find links to the Albuquerque e-Museum, the online exhibition
Trinity: Reflections on the Bomb,Picture This podcasts, and more!
Albuquerque Museum Foundation members receive a beautiful 16-page quarterly publication full of behind-the-scenes articles, interviews, and images. Check out this issue from Spring 2020. Then, if you would like to get the next issue mailed directly to you,
become a member today.