July 31st, 2015

My Life in Art: Luis Camnitzer and Khristaan Villela

Luis Camnitzer (b. 1937) is a German-born Uruguayan conceptualist artist whose art explores socio-political issues through various mediums such as printmaking, sculpture, and installation. Camnitzer’s work arises from “art thinking”–the freedom to make connections ... read more

July 20th, 2015

Installing “the common SENSE”: An Intern’s Perspective

As a first-time intern in the Education Department of SITE Santa Fe, I only had a vague idea of what I was getting myself into. I anticipated giving tours to school groups, updating SITE’s website, ... read more

July 14th, 2015

Meet Our Summer 2015 Interns!

From left to right we would like to introduce:

Front row: Sarah Rosenthal, studying at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, is an intern in the Events & Development Department

Emma Goos, a recent graduate of St. John’s ... read more

July 7th, 2015

Artist Spotlight: Marie Watt

The third and final artist featured in SITE Santa Fe’s upcoming Unsuspected Possibilities exhibition, Marie Watt makes sculptures from wood and textiles that engage with ideas of culture and community. Her heritage, tracing from both ... read more

June 30th, 2015

Artist Spotlight: Sarah Oppenheimer

The second of three artists exhibiting at SITE in the Unsuspected Possibilities show, Sarah Oppenheimer delights in creating architectural interventions that force viewers to contemplate optical illusions, the nature of space, and their own relationship ... read more

June 23rd, 2015

Artist Spotlight: Leonardo Drew

One of three artists featured in the upcoming Unsuspected Possibilities exhibition at SITE Santa Fe, Leonardo Drew creates monumental sculptures rich in abstract meaning. He works with an aesthetic of urban debris, using materials such ... read more

March 9th, 2015

Internship Reflection: Florence Cunningham

Florence was a student at UNM. She worked as an intern in SITE’s Education Department from September – December, 2014. These are her final reflections on her experience at SITE upon completing her internship.

I interned ... read more

March 4th, 2015

SITE Guide Reflection: Bea Verrillo on Unsettled Landscapes

In Unsettled Landscapes, all seemed still at first. But slowly the regulated sonic fill of the exhibition became noticeable, edging around the hum of the large, ceiling-mounted Reznor heaters, the chime whenever someone entered or ... read more

March 4th, 2015

SITE Guide Reflection: Elizabeth Mesh on Unsettled Landscapes

Unsettled Landscapes brought up many questions to talk about. Here are a few… Q: What is the test for pure cocaine and how did this artist discover this fact? A: Adriana Bustos used water to test the purity ... read more

March 4th, 2015

SITE Guide Reflection: Tim Scott on Unsettled Landscapes

As with every show, I was happy for Unsettled Landscapes to come to the end of its allotted run, though on this occasion, it was only from a desire for newness. Unlike with some shows ... read more