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Albuquerque Exhibition opening: A Past Rediscovered

Albuquerque Museum

On display through Oct 20, 2019 at the New Mexico History Museum

The Palace of the Governors museum will share stories of the past-and of living communities in New Mexico at the Albuquerque Museum. This must-see exhibit will display Spanish Colonial paintings, images from the dawn of photography to contemporary digital prints, nineteenth-century retablos and bultos, turn-of-the-century clothing, rare books and maps, and many more fascinating objects.

Never before in its history, as a public museum, have the Palace of the Governor’s vast collections been celebrated in a comprehensive exhibition accompanied by an overarching catalog, creating a unique opportunity to revisit the history of New Mexico, the region, and beyond.

Again, This exhibit is now on display at the ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM.

Also on exhibit at the New Mexico History Museum


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