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Join us in Santa Fe's Railyard Arts District for the Last Friday Art Walk, May 31st 5–7pm

photo-eye Gallery Join us in Santa Fe's Railyard Arts District for the Last Friday Art Walk Friday, May 31st 5–7pm By Anne Kellyphoto-eye Gallery will be open this Friday, May 31st from 5–7 during the Last Friday Art Walk in Santa Fe's Railyard Arts District.
By Anne Kelly

Did you know that photo-eye has been selling prints and books online since 1996? It's true and for that reason, among others, photo-eye has a robust online following. We also have two beautiful brick-and-mortar spaces in Santa Fe, New Mexico. photo-eye Gallery is proud to be located in the vibrant Santa Fe Railyard Arts District (SFRAD), which consists of nine contemporary art galleries plus the contemporary art museum SITE Santa Fe. Located seven blocks southwest of the downtown plaza, SFRAD was voted one of the top 10 arts districts in a USA Today Readers' Choice poll.

From USA Today:
"A few blocks southwest of the Santa Fe Plaza, the Railyard Arts District features several leading art galleries, including the contemporary powerhouse SITE Santa Fe, within a series of warehouses within walking distance of each other. In partnership with the neighboring Railyard area, the district hosts art-centric events like Last Friday Art Walks and free Fridays at SITE."

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On the final Friday of every month, SFRAD galleries stay open late to host an art walk, which often feature exhibition openings, artist receptions, and special events. This month the Last Friday Art Walk will be held on May 31st from 5-7 pm. If you haven’t had a chance to view our current exhibition, Christopher Colville: Flux, this is a great time to do so.

Flash forward to next month: Friday, June 28th is the opening reception for Kindred Spirits: The Familiar and the Wild featuring Keith Carter, David Deming, Pentti Sammallahti, and Maggie Taylor. Both Maggie and Keith will be teaching workshops at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops the following week.

We will admit to being a bit biased, but if you love art and haven't been to Santa Fe yet, you should absolutely visit. Santa Fe is rich with history, great food, natural beauty, and a healthy fine art scene. Santa Fe is the oldest state capital in the country, has an estimated population of (only) 83,000, and boasts over 240 art galleries—no, not all of them are Southwestern in style. There really is something for everyone. photo-eye Gallery relocated to the Railyard Arts District about five years ago when a beautiful space with great light became available. In 2018, photo-eye Bookstore moved to a larger location in the new Siler Rufina Nexus, just around the corner from Meow Wolf, and will be celebrating their 40th anniversary this October!

Santa Fe Railyard Arts District Gallery Map

Christopher Colville: Flux currently on view at photo-eye Gallery.

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Current Exhibition
Christopher Colville: FLUX
On view through Saturday, June 22nd

For more information, and to purchase prints, please contact Gallery Staff at 505-988-5152 x202 or

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