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Saturday, December 10, 2022, 3 pm
Ken Boiarsky, lawyer and organist extraordinaire (he built his own pipe organ in his house in Taos) will be demonstrating his talents on a portable keyboard. The program includes a variation on Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, Prelude in C Major from Book 1 of JS Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, three of JS Bach’s Two-Part Inventions (Numbers One, Eight, and Thirteen), Minuet in G from JS Bach’s Anna Magdalena Bach Notebook, Prelude in C major for Organ (adapted to keyboard), and an original composition.
Saturday, December 17, 2022, 3 pm
Join SITE Santa Fe’s Phillips Executive Director Louis Grachos for a talk on contemporary art in New Mexico. Learn more about Louis’ multi-decade career in the field and hear his reflections on SITE Santa Fe during his first tenure in the 1990s, now, and his vision for the institution’s future.
Saturday, January 14, 2023, 3 pm
David Chickey, founder and publisher of Radius Books in Santa Fe, will talk about the history of this unusual enterprise, which publishes affordable monographs (often around $60) about notable artists, both from the Southwest and elsewhere. Since starting Radius in 2007, Chickey has worked with the Doug Wheeler, Lee Friedlander, Marlene Dumas, Shirin Neshat, and many others, his main contributions being an obsessive attention to materials and the way he attempts to lay bare the artists’ creative process. Chickey will tell us about the nonprofit aspects of the business, how and why he decides on the artists, and how the future looks for this specialized sort of venture.
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ABOUT OUR EVENTS
Complementing our exhibitions is a roster of lectures and programs. These have included a reading and slide lecture by Gwen Chanzit, curator of the groundbreaking exhibition “Women of Abstract Expressionism” at the Denver Art Museum; an overview of artists estate management by Jason Andres, who is in charge of overseeing the legacies of Jack Tworkov, Elizabeth Murray, and Mimi Chen Ting, among others; a screening of Agnes Martin: Before the Grid; a panel of art dealers from Santa Fe and Taos; and an “Evening with Larry Bell,” focusing on the six-decade career of this pioneer of the California Light and Space movement (see Archived Events on the man menu). There will be films and documentaries throughout the year, along with live events. All free, but we do ask that you rsvp to get a head count. Sign up for the newsletter on the Contact page to stay in touch with all that’s happening at the Wright.