Glitched: Nina Tichava and Shawn Smith

Turner Carroll Gallery is pleased to announce Glitched, an exhibition of artworks by Nina Tichava and Shawn Smith. Both artists explore the intersections of culture, technology, and the organic environment through their art practices. See the exhibition page here.

Hung Liu: Catchers

The exhibition title alludes to Liu's memory of a book she read 50 years prior when she was a student in China–Catcher in the Rye. Like “Catcher” in Salinger’s novel, it is the idealistic child who tries to keep society from falling off the edge into oblivion, both literally and metaphorically. See the exhibition here.

Georges Mazilu: Madonnas, Angels, and Candles

Beginning with abstract, organic sketch strokes, Mazilu morphs ambiguous base shapes into human figures in a stunning amalgamation of his skill as a classically-trained painter, and in his vision as an ambitiously contemporary creator. View and collect the artworks here.

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Turner Carroll Gallery in Santa Fe — Now Celebrating our 28th Year!

Welcome to the Turner Carroll Gallery. We deal in international contemporary art by established, museum-track artists such as Hung Liu, Judy Chicago, Hunt Slonem, Nina Tichava, Jamie Brunson, Walter Robinson, Scott Greene, Squeak Carnwath, Raphaelle Goethals, Igor Melnikov, Georges Mazilu, Greg Murr, Wanxin Zhang, Fausto Fernandez, Karen Yank, Traian Filip, Mavis McClure, Matthew Shlian, Suzanne Sbarge, Deborah Oropallo, Rex Ray, Monica Lundy, and Lien Truong.  Our physical space is located on historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.  A complete inventory of all artwork is available on this website. Just click on search site or collect now.  Additionally, you can find videos, press releases, articles, and exhibition information on this site.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column] [/et_pb_row] [/et_pb_section]