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Exhibition on view: July 21 through October 27, 2018
Join us for an Opening Celebration and Walking Tour on Saturday July 21, 5-8pm at the Railyard Park Community Building


Location: Santa Fe Railyard Park
Past Exhibitions: 2017, 2016


New Mexico Region Juror Panel:

Jennifer Schlesinger, Owner | Director, Obscura Gallery
Jessamyn Lovell, Lecturer in the Art and Art History Department at the University of New Mexico
David Bram, Editor, founder and curator of Fraction Magazine
Daniel Kosharek, Photo Curator, Palace of the Governors Photo Archives / New Mexico History Museum
John McCauley, Art Director, New Mexico Magazine
Matthew Chase Daniel, Founder, Axle Art

The New Mexico juror panel curates the regional showcase exhibition that highlights work by photographers living in New Mexico. 


Photos courtesy of Esha Chiocchio and Gabriella Marks



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The Railyard Park is a new 12-acre stretch of parks and the Railyard Plaza in the heart of Santa Fe. More than 13 acres of open space have been created including a park, plaza and pedestrian promenade where water-harvesting and other environmentally innovative systems are in use. A trail for pedestrians and cyclists now runs the length of The Railyard from Montezuma to the south end of the Park. Commuter train service has begun with the New Mexico Railrunner Express arriving and debarking regularly from the historic depot, along with Santa Fe Southern’s popular excursion trains.

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