Tonight in Santa Fe and Five Other Photo Exhibits Still Showing

Two great openings will take place tonight in Santa Fe:

Zane Bennett Gallery at 435 Guadalupe Street will be exhibiting Open Photography Project with works by
Jonathan Blaustein, Diana Blok, Grégoire Cheneau, Wei Meng Foo, Todd Hido, George Hirose, Patti Levey, Judy Miller, Deborah Oropallo, Tony Soulie, and Donald Woodman. The opening reception is from 5 to 7 pm with and artist's talk and book signing by Todd Hido at 6pm.

At the Marion Center for Photographic Arts at the College of Santa Fe, The Valley: Six Albuquerque Photographers with Leigh Anne Langwell, Patrick Nagatani, David Ondrik, Cecilia Portal, Adrienne Salinger and Jeff Willis
and curated by David Leigh. The exhibition runs through April 24th. For more info, call 505.472.6341 Photo credits starting from top and counter clockwise: Cecilia Portal, Carne Hueso #20; Adrienne Salinger, Porn Kid and Jeff Willis, Wires.

Three other photo exhibits still showing in Santa Fe:
Monroe Gallery presents and exhibition on The City of New York

Verve Gallery of Photography showcases the lensless photography of Martha Casanave and solar plate etchings of Laurie Archer

Portrait and Place: Contemporary Latin Photography at Eight Modern
231 Delgado Street

Endangered Cultures: Galisteo Basin Photography Project at photo-eye, 376 Garcia Street

Through the Lens: Creating Santa Fe at The Palace of the Governors and Through the Lens: Contemporary Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community College

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