Permanent Collection

The National Hispanic Cultural Center’s Art Museum is acquiring a permanent collection of important works of art from New Mexico and throughout the United States, Latin America, and Spain, as well as from other regions of the Spanish diaspora. The Art Museum’s collecting efforts focus on artists' boundless creative energy and enthusiasm from the most dedicated of traditional artists and craftspeople within the New Mexican Hispanic historical heritage, to the most experimental of contemporary visionaries working in cutting edge materials. In contemporary society Hispanic/Latino artists work in all media including materials and techniques passed down through generations, to those currently being created on a state of the art computer or scientific lab. The Center's permanent collection reflects the best work made by the best of these image makers.

Collection Highlights

 
NHCC - Ray Martin Abeyta - Rosario de Besos

Ray Martín Abeyta

Rosario de Besos

2001
oil on linen
2004.10

 
NHCC Artist Carlos Almaraz - Beach Trash Burning

Carlos Almaraz

Beach Trash Burning

1982
acrylic on linen
2004.28

 
NHCC Artist Charles (Chaz) Bojórquez - Chino Latino

Charles (Chaz) Bojórquez

Chino Latino

2001
color serigraph on paper

 

Charles M. Carrillo

La Santisima Trinidad (The Holy Trinity)

1988
natural pigments on wood panel with leather
200.4.2

 

Eddie Domínguez

The Rose Garden

1987
glazed ceramic with wood and mixed media base
2004.37

 

Rudy Fernández

Yu Ri (Lily)

1989
oil on canvas
1992.2

 
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