Farrell Fischoff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

The Farrell Fischoff Gallery has been part of Santa Fe, New Mexico since 2003. The contemporary art gallery is located on Second Street and has been honored to showcase some of New Mexico's best contemporary artists. Throughout the years there have been at least fifty exhibitions with work by over two hundred artists. Some of the most well known of these exhibits included the 2005 Les Refusees and a six week 2007 show entitled Bang. The latter show introduced many new emerging artists.

At some point in the future the gallery is going to move to the Santa Fe Rail yard. This area has become a well known location for the greatest contemporary galleries in the Santa Fe. The art gallery is open by appointment only and they can be set up by phoning 1-505-665-0620.

Visitors to the area may get to see upcoming exhibitions such as Stan Berning - A Natural History 2009. His work is just one of the artists who are on display at certain times in the Farrell Fischoff Gallery. Other artists whose work has been exhibited by the gallery include: Michel Alexis, Seth Anderson, Richard Dimmler, Felicitas, Raphaelle Goethals, Richard Lange, Jonathan Morse, Joe Novak, Gail Rieke, Gustavo Rivera, Johnnie Winona Ross, Holger Schmidt, Sam Scott, Paul Shapiro, Danielle Shelley and David Solomon.

Gallery Artists that have works on display include: Arlene Becker, Stan Berning, Fionna Buck, Nancy Day, Stephanie Farrell, Alexa Grodner, Blaise Henrion, Izabela Riano, Dirk Wales, Karen Wening and Mark Winter.

There are artist works that are for sale at Farrell Fischoff Gallery. Some of the items that are for sale are sculptures by several of the gallery artists. Visitors can also purchase paintings, photography, prints, and works on paper.

Other attractions in the Santa Fe area are the Santa Fe School of Cooking, the New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe Opera House, San Miguel Mission, Museum of International Folk Art, Ten Thousand Waves and the New Mexico Museum of Art.

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