Events, TALKS & BOOK SIGNINGS

ALL EVENTS LOCATED AT:
El Museo Cultural, 555 Camino de la Familia, Santa Fe, NM 87501

EVENTS

American Art Collector

THE WORLD IN NEW MEXICO, NEW MEXICO IN THE WORLD

From a Miao Chinese crown to contemporary Peruvian folk art to Navajo Indian silver, this pop up exhibition curated by the Museum of International Folk Art highlights permanent collections as well as an upcoming exhibition. Co-hosted by El Museo Cultural. Read more…

Aug. 11-13, 16-18 (11am-5pm) | Entrance included with
show admission

Talk | Saturday, Aug. 12, 2pm (occurring during Objects of Art Santa Fe) Khristaan D. Villela, PhD, Director, Museum of International
Folk Art

American Art Collector

HOMAGE TO THE SQUARE

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery presents “Homage to the Square”, a groundbreaking exhibit of twenty-five early Navajo rugs and blankets c.1870-1950, juxtaposed against a series of original modern artworks utilizing simple polygon design and complex color interaction.
Read more…

Aug. 11-13, 16-18 (11am-5pm) | Entrance included with
show admission

Talk | Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2pm
Mark Sublette (curator) will sign exhibition catalogs promptly following his talk.



American Fine Art Magazine

The DUKE and I - Designer showcase presented by THE Magazine

Santa Fe decorators “The DUKE and I” will choose objects from exhibitors’ booths to create a lounge that demonstrates how “Objects of Art” can be used to attractively enhance your home by setting historic art and one-of-a-kind pieces in a modern interior. Read more…

Aug. 16-18 (11am-5pm) | Entrance included with show admission

 


American Fine Art Magazine

SPOKEN THROUGH CLAY: Native Pottery of the Southwest, The Eric Dobkin Collection Book signing by author Charles S. King and collector Eric Dobkin

The book includes portraits and voices of renowned potters speaking about their artistry and technique, families, culture, and traditions.
Read more…

Book Signing with Charles S. King (author) on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 6pm Book Signing with Eric Dobkin (collector) on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 1pm


American Fine Art Magazine

SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED RESEARCH PRESS
Book Sale

The School for Advanced Research Press will have a booth offering an assortment of publications that relate to Native American art, culture and archaeology. More information on SAR Press: https://sarweb.org/index.php?sar_press
Aug. 17-18 (11am-5pm) | Entrance included with show admission
Where | SAR Press (Booth B71)

SAR Tours (at IARC): Brian Vallo, director of Indian Arts Research Center, will be running tours of IARC every day at 2pm,
between August 14th - 18th
- tour reservations required at 505-954-7272.


American Fine Art Magazine

MUSEUM OF NEW MEXICO PRESS Book Sale

Museum of New Mexico Press will be selling titles from their collection on opening night and the first show day at the Antique American Indian Art Show.

Book Sale | Tuesday, Aug. 15th, 6-9pm | Admission with
Opening Night Gala ticket
Where | Museum of New Mexico Press (Booth B71)

Book Sale | Wednesday, Aug. 16th, 11am-5pm | Admission included
with entry"
Where | Museum of New Mexico Press (Booth B71)


American Indian Art Magazine

MARFA MODERN: Artistic Interiors of the West Texas High Desert
Book Signing & Lecture with Author Helen Thompson

Twenty-one houses in and around Marfa, Texas, provide a glimpse at creative life and design in one of the art world’s most intriguing destinations. Author Helen Thompson will be giving a lecture and signing copies at the show.
Read more…

Talk | Friday, Aug. 18, 2pm
Helen Thompson (author) will sign copies of her book promptly following her talk. Books will be available at Hayden & Fandetta Books (Booth B53) and signed before and after the presentation.


TALKS & BOOK SIGNINGS

Saturday, August 12th (during Objects of Art Santa Fe)

Talk: Khristaan D. Villela, PhD, Director, Museum of International Folk Art will introduce the current exhibitions at the museum, and give a sneak peak of upcoming programs and shows, including No Idle Hands: The Myths and Meaning of Tramp Art; Quilts of Southwest China; Crafting Memory: Contemporary Life and Folk Art in the Andes, and more.
Location: Lecture Room
When: 2pm

Tuesday, August 15th

Book Signing: Charles S. King, author of Spoken Through Clay: Native Pottery of the Southwest, The Eric Dobkin Collection
Location: Museum of New Mexico Press (Booth B71)
When: 6pm

Book Sale: Museum of New Mexico Press will be selling titles from their collection
on opening night and the first show day.
Location: Museum of New Mexico Press (Booth B71)
When: Opening Night Gala, Tues. Aug. 15, 6-9p | Wed. Aug. 16, 11am-5pm

Wednesday, August 16th

Book Signing: Collector Eric Dobkin, for Spoken Through Clay: Native Pottery of the Southwest,
The Eric Dobkin Collection
Location: Museum of New Mexico Press (Booth B71)
When: 1pm

Talk/Book Signing: Homage to the Square curator Mark Sublette will be speaking and signing
his exhibition catalog.
Location: Homage to the Square Exhibit Space
When: 2pm, book signing to follow

Book Sale: Museum of New Mexico Press will be selling titles from their collection
on opening night and the first show day.
Location: Museum of New Mexico Press (Booth B71)
When: Opening Night Gala, Tues. Aug. 15, 6-9p | Wed. Aug. 16, 11am-5pm

Thursday, August 17th

Book Sale: The School for Advanced Research Press will have a pop up booth offering an assortment of titles that relate to Native American art, culture and archaeology.
Location: SAR Press (Booth B71)
When: 11am-5pm

Friday, August 18th

Talk/Book Signing: Helen Thompson discusses and signs copies of her book, Marfa Modern: Artistic Interiors
of the West Texas High Desert
Location: Lecture Room
When: 2pm talk, book signing prior to, and following, the talk at Hayden & Fandetta Books (Booth B53)

Book Sale: The School for Advanced Research Press will have a pop up booth offering an assortment of titles that relate to Native American art, culture and archaeology.
Location: SAR Press (Booth B71)
When: 11am-5pm

For special events, talks, and book signings occurring during Objects of Art Santa Fe, click here.

Previous Special Exhibits

Click here for 2016's Exhibit, On the Frontier: the art of Jose Bedia.
Click here for 2016's Exhibit, Woven in Beauty: 100 Years of Navajo Master Weavers from
The Toadlena/Two Grey Hills Region.

Click here for 2015's Exhibit, Deeply Yao.
Click here for 2015's Exhibit, Chilkat Blankets: Artistic Masterpieces.
Click here for 2014's Exhibit, Born of Fire by Margaret Tafoya: Santa Clara Pueblo Potter.
Click here for 2014's Exhibit, Lloyd "Kiva" New: Touching Native Inspiration.
Click here for 2013's Exhibit, THE RALPH T. COE LEGACY - Instruments of Passion.
Click here for 2013's Exhibit, A SEPARATE COUNTRY - The Creative Journey of Larry John Palsson.
Click here for 2012's Exhibit, Shields as Art: Selections from the Taylor A. Dale Collection.