516 ARTS, 516 Central SW, 242-1445
516 ARTS is an independent, non-profit art space – somewhere between a gallery and museum.
AIA Albuquerque, 318 Isleta Blvd. SW, 260-0571
AIA Albuquerque presents its in-house exhibition program, The Architect as Artist, showing the artistic works of Albuquerque architects. The exhibitions include individual shows as well as theme shows.
Concetta D Gallery, 20 First Plaza NW #29, 243-5066
Distinguished representational art ranging from emerging to established artists, living and
deceased. All media represented. Offering assistance in estate sales, individual re-sales of artwork and appraisal services
Gallerie Imaginarium, 301 Central Ave. NW, Suite D
Opening mid August. Albuquerque’s newest fine art gallery displaying eclectic artwork by new and established artists.
N4th Gallery, 4904 4th St. NW, 344-4542
North Fourth Art Center is committed to offering educational opportunities and cultural access through the arts to people with disabilities and other under-served populations in the community.
OFFcenter Community Arts Gallery, 808 Park Avenue SW, 247-1172
A studio, a gallery and a sales shop where anyone in the community is welcome to make and buy art. Artists of low income are especially encouraged to make art in the studio, sell their work in the sales shop and submit their work to the gallery.
Park Fine Art, 20 First Plaza NW, Suite 27, 764-1900
A contemporary fine art gallery in the Galeria downtown featuring the work of Korean artist Young-Sook Park, local artists and rotating international exhibitions.
Sumner & Dene, 517 Central NW, 842-1400
This eclectic gallery represents 100 artists – showcasing traditional and contemporary fine art, unusual furniture, unique jewelry and custom framing. The art is all about being fun and functional