The Albuquerque Museum
Miniatures/98 at the Albuquerque Museum
Andrew Benyei, Skinny Dip
Miniatures/98, October 4, 1998 through January 3, 1999 brings to Albuquerque 120 leading artists from around the United States. Works range from traditional to the abstract in this 8th annual exhibition and sale. All art pieces are for sale. (Right: Albert Handell, The Pink Adobe, pastel, one of more than 130 pieces the current show. Image courtesy of Albuquerque Museum)
Proceeds help support the museum through its Foundation. Miniatures/98 is the Foundation's most successful fund-raising event. Curator and well-known New Mexico artist Betty Sabo says the show is so successful because the Foundation has "kept it fresh by bringing in new artists that the people of Albuquerque seldom get to see." This year artist Glenna Goodacre has two sculptures in the show.
The Albuquerque Museum is located on the east side of Old Town.
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This page was originally published 10/24/98 in Resource Library Magazine. Please see Resource Library's Overview section for more information. rev. 11/28/11
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