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Upcoming mobile gallery schedule

Monday- 12-5pm Meow Wolf

Tuesday To Be announced

Wednesday 11-5pm  Gray Matter 926 Baca St

Thursday Artisan 12-5pm 2601 Cerrillos 

Friday Harry's 9-2pm 98 Old Las Vegas Trail

Saturday 9-12:30pm SITE Santa Fe, 1-5 Gray Matter 

Sunday 11-5pm Canyon Road

Pandemic Chalkboard
Miranda & Bruce Gray
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exhibition continues at both Axle and Gray Matter through October 1st.

On March 14th, 2020, Bruce and Miranda Gray shuttered their little store in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The world was going into lockdown, so they went home, not knowing when they would be able to return to business. This is the story of their creative adventures in the following two years, as they waited for the Covid-19 pandemic to clear.


On a wall of Miranda's studio, they created an 8 ft wide by 6 ft high chalkboard. In frustration and sorrow, Miranda started writing on the chalkboard, and Bruce came upstairs to the studio and joined in.


E Pluribus Unum: El Norte
an exhibition of 1,300 portraits

The Taos Center for the ArtsEncore Gallery
145 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM
August 26 – October 8, 2023

Our newest book, E Pluribus Unum: El Norte is now available. Buy online, in the mobile artspace, or at The Taos Center for the Arts

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E Pluribus Unum: El Norte

ROUNDTABLE (excerpts)


at The Taos Center for the Arts


Claire Coté, Matthew J. Martinez, Ph.D. (Ohkay Owingeh)Sabra Moore, Estevan Rael-Gálvez, Ph.D.

Moderated by Matthew Chase-Daniel

Watch on YouTube:










info here




Claire Coté,

Matthew J. Martinez

Sabra Moore

Estevan Rael-Gálvez, moderated by
Matthew Chase-Daniel

recording here

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Axle Projects

Send us images and proposals, if you'd like to show at Axle.

works on paper, installation, performance

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Critical Mass


Alicia Inez Guzman
Roshi Joan Halifax

Josie Lopez
Meridel Rubenstein

Kathy Wan Povi Sanchez
Rebecca Solnit

moderated by
Tonya Turner Carroll

recording here

Axle Contemporary programming is supported by Axle Projects, Inc.  Axle Projects is supported through individual donations, grants, including from the City of Santa Fe's Arts & Culture Department.. This project is made possible in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Exhibitions in the Santa Fe Railyard are made possible through the support of The Railyard Art Project.  If you are interested in supporting Axle Projects, visit the website here.


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