A Safe, Welcoming Environment to Meet Local and International Artists

A Safe, Welcoming Environment to Meet Local and International Artists

200+ Art Galleries

200+ Art Galleries

Most Diverse Collections of Galleries in the United States

Most Diverse Collections of Galleries in the United States

Experience the latest contemporary and traditional art available

Experience the latest contemporary and traditional art available

SUPPORTING THE ARTS IN SANTA FE SINCE 1982

The Santa Fe Gallery Association includes the finest art galleries and dealers in Santa Fe, New Mexico, known for high standards of ethics, eyes for excellence, and love for the arts. Our members offer a breadth of traditional and contemporary art by established and emerging artists working in New Mexico, across the country, and around the world.

 
 
Canyon Road

CANYON ROAD

DOWNTOWN ARTS + MUSEUMS

Art Gallery

RAILYARD

SILER ROAD

Art Gallery

ART BUSINESS ASSOCIATES

The City Different

With a population of 85,000, Santa Fe is home to more than 200 galleries, museums, and private art dealers. Here, you’ll find an amazing breadth of art and antiquities.

Seeking a suit of Samurai armor? Or perhaps Native American Pop Art? Contemporary Pueblo pottery? Or classic New Mexico landscape paintings? Drypoint etchings by Edvard Munch and Pablo Picasso? Or maybe hand-blown glass? On any given day, it’s all in Santa Fe.

Visitors say they come here for the same things locals live for: warm golden sunlight, inspiring broad blue skies, and adobe architecture give the City Different a one-of-a-kind sense of place. Lonely Planet called Santa Fe “a place that makes its own rules without ever forgetting its long and storied past. . . Santa Fe is also synonymous with contemporary chic, thanks to its thriving art market, gourmet restaurants, great museums, upscale spas, and world-class opera.” People also come here for the people. Native Americans from 23 tribes and pueblos, New Age transplants, Spanish families, second-lifers (read: retirees reinventing themselves) from both coasts, visiting and relocated filmmakers—all add up to a creative class fueling a New Mexico arts-and-cultural sector that’s larger than the construction and manufacturing industries here combined. And it makes Santa Fe a great place to be.

 

NEWS AND EVENTS

  • Breath Taking At New Mexico Museum Of Art
    Sat, Mar 13
    New Mexico Museum Of Art
    Mar 13, 10:00 AM – Sep 05, 2:00 PM
    New Mexico Museum Of Art, 107 W Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    New Exhibition at New Mexico Museum of Art: Breath Taking The first lines of the exhibition description cut straight to its vital theme: "Breath. It is one of the first things we do in life and one of the last, but in between we generally don’t give it much thought."
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  • A Fiery Light: Will Shuster’s New Mexico
    Thu, Apr 01
    Zoom registration link below.
    Apr 01, 6:00 PM MDT – Jul 25, 6:00 PM MDT
    Zoom registration link below.
    After Carlsbad Caverns was designated a National Monument in 1923, painter Will Shuster was one of the first artists to capture the magnificence of the caves. The following year, he and fellow artist Walter Mruk visited Carlsbad Caverns, where they were lowered into the caverns by bucket.
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  • OPENING: Tommy Bruce • New Fauna
    May 22, 5:00 PM – Jul 04, 5:00 PM
    Santa Fe, 215 E Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    If you dress up like a deer and go into the woods, what are you? A deer, a human, or something else? In New Fauna, artist Tommy Bruce makes opaque the clear demarcations of human/non-human, real/virtual, and animate/inanimate through his playful yet carefully composed photographs.
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  • At the intersection of Impressionism & Lore
    Time is TBD
    622 Canyon Rd, 622 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    Ed Sandoval, one of the most popular contemporary artists in northern New Mexico comes to Canyon Road Contemporary.
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  • Meet The Artist: Sarah Bienvenu
    Time is TBD
    Online at Winterowd Fine Art
    Time is TBD
    Online at Winterowd Fine Art
    Pictured: Tree and Cloud Dance 41x29.5" (framed: 51"x40") Meet the artist in a video tour of her Santa Fe studio.
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  • Popcorn And A Movie
    Time is TBD
    Online, On Demand
    Time is TBD
    Online, On Demand
    Gallery Talk: David Simpson with David Chickey, 2014
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  • POPCORN & A MOVIE From Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
    On demand
    Watch NOW online
    Studio View "Moons," 2020 A short film about artist, Regine Schumann's new Colormirror Moons series Running time: 5:35
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