SITE Santa Fe has long been known for presenting art that reflects the time we live in. Through the vision and courage of artists, we confront cultural norms, celebrate rule breakers, and give form to the things we worry about, and the things we love.
Our SITElines biennial, highlighting our location at the crossroads of many cultures and histories, allows a space for exploring new perspectives on the art of the Americas. Our last installment brought an international focus to SITE and to Santa Fe with the critically acclaimed exhibition Casa tomada. This past summer, SITE focused more closely on our local cultural touchstones with Bel Canto, exploring opera and the music that forms such an important part of Santa Fe’s culture.
In 2020, SITE will celebrate 25 years as one of the most unique and influential contemporary art spaces in the United States with an exhibition focused on one of the urgent crises of our time. Displaced: Contemporary Artists Confront the Global Refugee Crisis includes the works of 12 artists from around the globe, and will offer accessible entry points to better understanding the global refugee crisis. Opening in March 2020 and running through September, Displaced will bring this vast crisis to the forefront of our consciousness, cultivate an understanding and appreciation of refugees who reside in northern New Mexico communities, and inspire action for positive social change both locally and globally.
It is the support of generous donors, big and small, that makes our work possible. Your financial support funds so much of what we do and your encouragement fuels us to continue to pursue excellence and innovation. We hope you will consider making a contribution to our Annual Fund at year end.
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