Scott Greene and Walter Robinson: Herd Immunity

This is not the first time we have paired Scott Greene and Walter Robinson. This exhibition Herd Immunity, however, is certainly the most opportune. The term itself horrendously clinical and also brilliantly poetic in that the divide between the immune majority and the vulnerable minority is the very thing that protects them all. View the exhibition page here.

Take a look at this timely new work here.

Judy Chicago: A Revolution in Print

 

Judy Chicago is one of the most influential women in the history of art, and we're proud to present a retrospective view of her six-decade career as a printmaker. This body of work includes some of her most important images from The Birth Project, The Song of Songs, and her early Feminist works. View our immersive online exhibition and film here.

View a large selection of the prints here.

Now Representing Swoon

Caledonia Curry, a.k.a. Swoon, creates street art, installations, and sculptural assemblages, merging art and activism with the intent of improving the world. She is widely known as the first woman to gain large-scale recognition in the male-dominated world of street art. Callie took to the streets of New York while attending the Pratt Institute of Art in 1999, pasting her paper portraits to the sides of buildings with the goal of making art and the public space of the city more accessible.

Swoon's artwork may be viewed here.

Hung Liu in Retrospect

Turner Carroll is very pleased to host a solo exhibition of work by Hung Liu in anticipation of her upcoming retrospective in 2021 at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. This exhibition celebrates Liu’s accomplishments and features work from throughout her career: from her iconic portraits of Chinese subjects to her dandelion series and on to her current body of work that is inspired by Dorothea Lange’s Dust Bowl-era photographs.

Artwork in the exhibition may be viewed here.

Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation Acquires Judy Chicago Print Archive

Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation has acquired the print archive of world-renowned artist Judy Chicago, whose art has pushed the boundaries of technology and subject matter for her entire six-decade career. Chicago’s print archive and associated studies and process works represent her journey as a woman artist in an art world long dominated by male artists, curators, and critics.

Read the article here.

Solstice: Create Art For Earth International Online exhibition

This international online version of the Solstice: Create Art For Earth exhibition features artists from throughout the globe who call on us to respect the environment. Enjoy hearing the artists speak about what inspires them, via the special audio component of this exhibition.

Turner Carroll Gallery in Santa Fe — Now Celebrating our 30th Year!

Welcome to the Turner Carroll Gallery. We deal in international contemporary art by established, museum-track artists such as Jim Dine, Hung Liu, Judy Chicago, Swoon, Jamie Brunson, Walter Robinson, Scott Greene, Hunt Slonem, Meridel Rubenstein, Raphaëlle Goethals, Natalie Christensen, Etsuko Ichikawa, Lien Truong, Matthew Shlian, Igor Melnikov, Georges Mazilu, Wanxin Zhang, Fausto Fernandez, Karen Yank, Traian Filip, Mavis McClure, Suzanne Sbarge, Deborah Oropallo, Rex Ray, and many more.  Our physical space is located on historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.  A complete inventory of all artwork is available at this website. Just click on search.  Additionally, you can find videos, press releases, articles, and exhibition information on this site.