A selection of work by Potawatomi artist, flautist, and dancer Woody Crumbo, who played an important role in the "third chapter" of the evolving Taos art colony.
An exhibition exploring the early work of R.C. Gorman, a member of the prominent group of artists comprising the "third chapter" in Taos' evolving art colony.
An exhibition exploring the work of Jim Wagner, a member of the important group of artists comprising the "third chapter" in Taos' evolving art colony.
An exhibition of work by prolific and occasionally controversial artist Fritz Scholder, who played an important role in the "third chapter" of Taos' art colony.
The artists of Promo Hobo FreeheART occupy the Harwood's Curator's Wall with an installation inspired by the group's large scale temporary street art.
The Harwood Museum of Art's four summer 2013 exhibitions explore the theme of the "third chapter" in the evolving story of Taos' art colony.
The Joyce and Sherman Scott Gallery exhibits highlights from the Harwood Museum of Art's renowned collection of work created after 1965.
An ongoing installation of Ken Price's "Death Shrine I" from the "Happy's Curios" series.
The Dorothy and Jack Brandenburg Gallery features the work of the Taos Society of Artists, with the addition of Taos Pueblo Artists working during same time period.
Works in the Hispanic Traditions Gallery include Santos, classic and contemporary retablos, and bultos of New Mexico - many donated by Mabel Dodge Luhan. The gallery also includes Tin Work from...
A permanent installation of seven paintings by internationally acclaimed artist Agnes Martin.