Two exhibitions have been mounted to showcase art by University of New Mexico students.
“Tracing Inner Worlds” is a collection of images created in response to Anila Quayyum Agha’s current exhibition, “Mysterious Inner Worlds.” Students in the Introduction to Photography class visited and reflected on that installation and then were asked to respond to Agha’s use of light and color by making images.
This project was organized by instructors Nicholas Valdés, claudia hermano, and the UNM Art Museum. It was juried by Assistant Professor of Photography Mark McKnight. The exhibit runs through April 23 in the Clinton Adams Gallery.
“Not Yet and Yet,” the University of New Mexico Department of Art’s 29th annual juried graduate exhibition, features the work of 12 artists currently enrolled in the master’s of fine arts program and working painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, sound/installation and video. “Not Yet and Yet” runs through April 30 in the Raymond Jonson Gallery.
The UNM Art Museum is open Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 10-7. Masks are encouraged, but not required. Learn more: artmuseum.unm.edu/visit