Homage to the Square – comparing early Navajo textiles with modern art.
Marlowe: “I think what’s important to note about early Navajo textiles is experimentation.”
Mark: “It’s a minimalist aesthetic that correlates very well with what was going on in New York City in the 1950s to 1970s.”
Albuquerque’s poet laureate Manuel González shares his passion for community and debuts a special performance of his poem Mi Vida Loca.
“We all have stories to tell and everybody’s story is unique and beautiful. And it’s that telling of the story that not only can heal us, it can heal those who are listening to us.”
Santa Fe photographer Philip Augustin simplifies the world into minimal, formalist compositions. He uses abstraction to question the boundaries of the photographic process.