New Mexico Art Tells its History

Contemporary Art and Pluralism

A new openness to multiple styles and media led an intercultural group of artists to question traditional identities and consciously to forge new cultural fusions. In the expansion of styles associated with pluralism in New Mexico, popular culture references often were used to question the assumptions implicit in earlier art.

Related Art

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Yee Tah-leeMelissa Armijo, Eloy Montoya and Richard First Atomic Explosion at a Distance of About Five MilesHopi Nuclear MaidenPortal to Archimedes ChamberWorld CupBorder CrossingTrinity Site, Jornado del MuertoKin Nah Zin #223IndiosStar Axis Looking NorthDouble TakeFlame Gas CanNew Mexico - Robert Oppenheimer's Strange DreamKatsina Suite 3

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