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  • Kiki Smith, Promising

    Kiki Smith

    Promising

    “I think that objects have memories. I’m always thinking that I’ll go to the museum and see something and have a big memory about some other lifetime.” Promising is now on view in Women in Print, our current group exhibition highlighting the often-forgotten roles women played in the revival of the printmaking field in the 1960s and 70s.

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  • Axle Contemporary

    Axle Contemporary

    Partners in Art

    As the rest of the world shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Jerry Wellman and Matthew Chase-Daniel of Axle Contemporary were revving up for a year of dynamic art projects.

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  • Artist Rhona Jack

    Courtesy of John Paul Photography, taken in the artist's studio while in residence at the Glenfiddich Distillery.

    Artist Interview: Rhona Jack

    Award-winning Women in Print artist Rhona Jack connects an ongoing interest in the clothing and fabric industries with a sculptural approach to printmaking to create bold geometric compositions that are often several months in the making. Click through to read Print Curator Kylee Aragon Wallis's interview with the 27-year-old Scottish artist on her architectural inspiration, her systematic process, and when we can see her in the print studio again.

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  • Gallery Hours

    Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm MT

    For the safety of our visitors and staff, the gallery is open by appointment only for individuals or groups of up to six people.  To arrange an in-person or video visit, call us at (505) 982-8111 or email at info@zanebennettgallery.com. For in-person visits, masks are required. We appreciate your patience and thank you for supporting the arts!

     

     

     

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