I don’t think I ever properly learned how to beat around the bush. The beginning of friendships is always hardest for me. I always want to be on the other side of our shared history, ... read more
Suzanne Lacy is a prolific visual artist, educator, and writer who engages with social issues through performance, video, photographic installations, and collaborative efforts involving communities with public practices. The past four decades of her artistic ... read more
Leandro Katz set out to retrace the steps of Frederick Catherwood and his team in in the early mid 1980s. The project, spanning from 1985-1995, is a photographic reconstruction of the visual documentation of the ... read more
Fredrick Catherwood, an artist known for his highly accurate drawings of ancient ruins and artifacts, worked in a time where the technology of cameras and other methods of accurate reproduction were not fully realized. While ... read more
The work of SITElines artist Leandro Katz is largely influenced by the drawings of explorer Fredrick Catherwood who, along with writer John Stephens, traveled through the Yucatan region in the early 1800s. In his “Catherwood ... read more
SITE Santa Fe’s inaugural biennial exhibition, Longing and Belonging: From the Faraway Nearby, presented works by thirty-one contemporary artists who addressed personal, political, social, and group identities in the complex and increasingly global cultural environment.
This ... read more