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El Palacio, the oldest museum magazine in the country, is the source for knowledge about the art, history and culture of the Southwest. Published since 1913, El Palacio—now as then—reflects the work of New Mexico’s four state museums in Santa Fe; its eight New Mexico Historic Sites; and its singular Office of Archaeological Studies.

 


Fall 2018

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Features

Letter from the Editor
Of Pig-Dogs and Plethoras
by Candace Walsh

More Than Words
A yarn-bombing love brigade celebrates caring about veterans ... tangibly.
By Peter BG Shoemaker

Coyota
Juana Domínguez: a woman between two cultures
By José Antonio Esquibel

Dance of the Monarch
A profile of Lakota Artist Thomas Haukaas.
By Emily Withnall

The Practice of Aural History
Jack Loeffler shares a lifetime of collected voices, a testament to what connects us.
by Jack Loeffler

Flowing From Our Wildest Imaginations
The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act turns fifty.
by Willy Carleton
Photographs by Sherman Hogue/BLMNM

Back to the Future
100 years in, the Museum of Art is reinventing itself in a way that echoes its earliest objective.
by Kate Nelson

Project Indigene: Semiotic Sovereignty
and the appropriation of Native voice.
An interview with Mateo Romero
by Marla Redcorn-Miller






Departments

Perspectives: Photo Synthesis
Documents and photographs important to Native history have long been treated like personal souvenirs by non-Native people, but as this story shows, reparations are achievable.
By Hannah Abelbeck

On Exhibit: Presents Rich with Provenance
The latest expressions of collectors' largesse await you in Lloyd's Treasure Chest.
By Nicolasa Chávez
Photographs by Carrie Haley

On Exhibit: Place Makers
Fresh takes on classic catalysts
By Christian Waguespack
Photographs by Jeff Medinas

Why This? Chief of Hearts
by Marcus Amerman

Framework: A Craftsman By Choice
Gustave Baumann, remembered.
by Tom Leech


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