This conversation is about Taos, New Mexico. Taos the art colony, active since 1898. Taos the multi-cultural community located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains just south of the Colorado border. This blog tells stories about Taos, its neighboring villages and its creative residents, many of whom are well known beyond Taos.
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The installation of “Larry Bell Still Standing” exhibition at Hauser and Wirth in New York is documented by Ollie Bell and the Taos artist narrates a video walk-through of the show. Read more >>
Taos artist Sasha vom Dorp shows work from his "Sound Bending Light" series in a Chashama-organized exhibition in the lobby of 675 Third Avenue, a Durst Organization building in New York City. Read more >>
Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is site of guided hikes, bike tours and an exciting National Public Lands Day event, all brought to you by Taos BLM Field Office. And, it's all free. Read more >>
Don't miss these art exhibitions on view during the fall arts time period, which includes Taos Fall Arts Festival and Taos Wool Festival 2019. Read more >>
Taos BLM guides lead hikers (and mountain bikers) through Rio Grande del Norte National Monument in northern New Mexico. Read more >>