Unsettling landscapes

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Unsettling landscapes

New Mexico art exhibits question traditions and assumptions
“Bête Noir,” an installation by Kent Monkman, is seen here at SITE Santa Fe.
“Over the River,” Project for the Arkansas River, 1993 drawing and collage, by Christo, from the Tom Golden Collection.
“The Great Tree,” by Miler Lagos, foreground, and “Perímetros (Ceiba)/Perimeters (Ceiba), by Joanna Calle, are featured in the “Unsettled Landscapes” show at SITE Santa Fe.
“Your General Store,” by Jason Middlebrook, is featured in the “Unsettled Landscapes” show at SITE Santa Fe.
If you go

“Unsettled Landscapes,” SITE Santa Fe Biennial, 1606 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico, through Jan. 11. More information is available at 1-505-989-1199 or www.sitesantafe.org. “Christo & Jeanne-Claude: The Tom Golden Collection,” Albuquerque Museum, 19th and Mountain Road NW (Old Town), through Sept. 14. More information is available at 1-505-243-7255 or www.albuquerquemuseum.org.

Unsettling landscapes

“Bête Noir,” an installation by Kent Monkman, is seen here at SITE Santa Fe.
“Over the River,” Project for the Arkansas River, 1993 drawing and collage, by Christo, from the Tom Golden Collection.
“The Great Tree,” by Miler Lagos, foreground, and “Perímetros (Ceiba)/Perimeters (Ceiba), by Joanna Calle, are featured in the “Unsettled Landscapes” show at SITE Santa Fe.
“Your General Store,” by Jason Middlebrook, is featured in the “Unsettled Landscapes” show at SITE Santa Fe.
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