“Taos: 1960s to Present” is an exhibition at Vivian Horan Fine Art in New York that includes work by artists who have continued the creative legacy of Taos, from its early beginnings as an artists’ colony to the thriving art community of today.
Taos artists exhibit beyond: Agnes Chavez in Guadalajara. Annell Livingston and Nicki Marx in Santa Fe. Larry Bell in Zurich.
Larry Bell shows work made in Taos at Pepperdine University in California
Taos artists showing beyond Taos in March 2016: Larry Bell, Paul Pascarella, and Sasha Vom Dorp. “Taos is a place where artists live and work. It’s an art colony, unlike Santa Fe, for instance, which is a commercial art destination, a place for galleries and art fairs. Taos is a place where artists live.”
Highlights of the Gus Foster Collection is an exhibition that showcases 121 of the 391 works by 83 artists of art donated by Foster to the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos.