Solstice: Create Art for Earth

Solstice is a major collaborative project between Judy Chicago and Turner Carroll that opened Saturday, June 20. The exhibition is part of the global initiative #CreateArtForEarth, the brainchild of Judy Chicago, street artist Swoon, curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Galleries, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and Jane Fonda.

Artwork in the exhibition may be viewed here.

Raphaëlle Goethals Exhibition

Raphaëlle Goethals' solo exhibition at Turner Carroll runs through September 6, 2020. We look forward to introducing you to this breakthrough new body of work, this on the heels of two museum acquisitions of Raphaëlle's paintings.

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.