An art collection adds to the ambiance of a home and distracts family members from the fact that there are no walls. Cover up architectural absence with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $6 for admission for one person (up to a $13 value)
- $12 for admission for two people (up to a $26 value)
- $24 for admission for four people (up to a $52 value)
Visitors gather inside El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe to peruse sculptures, paintings, jewelry, and antiques from more than 60 exhibitors. Passes are redeemable for the entire run of the show, Saturday, August 10–Tuesday, August 13.
The Santa Fe Show Objects of Art
Kim Martindale helped coordinate the Santa Fe Antique American Indian Art Show when he was only 16 years old, and today produces the Marin Show and LA Art Show. John Morris was a production manager at the original Woodstock music festival. Local photographer Blake Hines’ work has appeared in publications, album covers, and hotels. Despite their disparate backgrounds, these organizers and artists pooled their talents to host the annual Santa Fe Show Objects of Art, which gathers more than 60 exhibitors of historical and contemporary art.
The four-day event fills the rooms of El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, nestled in the city’s Railyard District. Visitors navigate paintings, sculpture, furnishings, books, jewelry, and textiles from around the world, including tribal and folk art from American Indian, Oceanic, African, and Asian cultures. Every year, the show hosts special exhibits. On display this year will be objects from the Ralph T. Coe Foundation, along with a collection of works created by outsider artist Larry Palsson, which is curated by Jean Compton.