• IRON CLAD II: Cast and Painted Works by Jack Craft and Ted Laredo
    July 12 - August 3, 2019

    A two-man exhibition at EXHIBIT/208 will have a backbone of pure iron.

    This exhibition was inspired by a visit between the artists at Laredo's Albuquerque studio, when he was experimenting with micaceous iron oxide flake paintings.

    In works specifically generated for this show, Craft, a sculptor, created a sphere and a cube, each a cubic foot of iron that were coated in pyramid-shaped nail heads, while Laredo, a painter, used iron oxide flake for works that often appear solid black but reflect light in unexpected ways.

    This exhibition was originally presented at West Texas A & M University, Dord Fitz Formal Art Gallery, Canyon, Texas (January to March, 2018).

    Opening Reception
    Friday, July 12
    5 PM - 8 PM

    EXHIBIT/208
    208 Broadway SE
    Albuquerque, NM 87102
    Between Central and Lead

    Gallery Hours:
    Thursday, Friday & Saturday
    10am - 4pm or by appointment
    Director: Kim Arthun
    Phone: 505-450-6884
    Email: artoon@swcp.com
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  • Westword December 14, 2018:
    Review: Ted Laredo Plays with Perceptions at Michael Warren Contemporary

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  • Michael Warren Contemporary Presents

    ted laredo: 93 million miles from the sun
    december 4, 2018 - january 19, 2019

    opening reception
    friday, december 7, 2018
    6 - 9 PM

    artist talk and coffee
    saturday, december 8, 2018
    10:30 AM

    please join us for these receptions:
    december 21 (6-8pm), third friday art reception
    january 4 (6-9pm), first friday art walk
    january 18 (6-8pm), third friday art reception

    exhibition continues through january 19, 2019

    michael warren contemporary
    760 santa fe dr
    denver, co 80204
    (303) 635-6255

    Westword December 14, 2018:
    Review: Ted Laredo Plays with Perceptions at Michael Warren Contemporary

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  • view ted laredo's art work in person at:

    Exhibit/208 albuquerque, new mexico.

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  • ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit

    The 28th annual ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit is a 6-week invitational exhibition hosted by the Albuquerque Museum Foundation and held at the Albuquerque Museum.

    2018 ArtsThrive Artists

    Opening Weekend Events

    ArtsThrive Collectors’ Dinner
    Friday, October 19, 2018
    6 p.m.
    Enjoy a sumptuous dinner in the ArtsThrive Gallery and discover the meaning and enriched beauty of exclusive artwork available to purchase this evening only. To reserve your tickets, call Elaine Richardson at 505-842-0111.


    ArtsThrive Saturday Gala
    Saturday, October 20, 2018
    6 p.m.
    Meet the artists, sip cocktails, and drop bids on over 250 artworks before the exhibition opens to the general public. Purchase your tickets today.

    Exhibition Open to the General Public:
    October 21 – December 2, 2018

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  • Iron Clad: Cast and Painted Works by Jack Craft and Ted Laredo

    A two-man exhibition at West Texas A&M University will have a backbone of pure iron.

    Iron Clad: Cast and Painted Works by Jack Craft and Ted Laredo will be on view Jan. 16 to March 10 in the Dord Fitz Formal Art Gallery in WT's Mary Moody Northern Hall. The artists will attend a 12:30 p.m. Jan. 25 artists' talk in Room 189 at Northern Hall and at a 6 p.m. Jan. 25 opening reception in the gallery.

    The exhibition was inspired by a visit between the artists at Laredo's Albuquerque studio, when he was experimenting with micaceous iron oxide flake paintings.

    In works specifically generated for this show, Craft, a sculptor, created a sphere and a cube, each a cubic foot of iron that were coated in pyramid-shaped nail heads, while Laredo, a painter, used iron oxide flake for works that often appear solid black but reflect light in unexpected ways.

    Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and by appointment on weekends.

    Email jrevett@wtamu.edu.

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  • ted laredo's artist book to be featured in Boundless, an exhibition of experimental artist-made books that prioritizes conceptual book forms, non-traditional materials, collaborative or interdisciplinary projects, and unconventional approaches to narrative, storytelling, and documentation.

    january 27 - march 10, 2018

    reception, saturday, january 27, 2018
    6 - 8 pm

    central features contemporary art
    514 central ave sw, #2
    albuquerque, nm 87102
    505-252-9983

    hours: thursday, friday & saturday 11am to 4pm

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  • Deck The Walls
    18th annual group show

    december 15, 2017 - januray 27, 2018

    opening reception friday, december 15, 2017, 5 - 8 pm

    Exhibit/208
    208 broadway se
    albuquerque, nm 87102
    505-450-6884
    hours: thursday, friday & saturday 10 am - 4 pm

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  • artsthrive 2017 at the albuquerque museum

    ted laredo will have three works in this years exhibit and benefit.
    please join the albuquerque museum foundation for this year’s opening weekend events october 20 & 21, 2017!

    exhiibit continues through december 3, 2017.

    the albuquerque museum
    2000 mountain road
    albuquerque, nm 87104
    505.243.7255

    hours: tuesday through sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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  • room to be featured in the exhibition:

    amoa biennial 600: architecture!
    july 14 - october 1, 2017

    amarillo museum of art
    2200 s. van buren street
    amarillo, tx 79109
    806.371.5050 or 806.371.5392

    hours: tuesday through friday 10 am - 5 pm, saturday and sunday 1 pm - 5 pm

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  • january 11, 2017:
    new american paintings, art new mexico: ted laredo by diana gaston, director of tamarind institute

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  • deck the walls
    december 16, 2016 thru january 28, 2017.

    opening reception
    december 16, 2016
    5 - 8 pm

    Exhibit/208
    208 broadway se
    albuquerque, NM 87102
    505.450.6884
    kim arthun: artoon@swcp.com
    hours: thursday - saturday 10 - 4

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  • non finito
    december 2, 2016 thru january 27, 2017.

    opening reception
    december 2, 2016
    6 - 9 pm

    sanitary tortilla factory
    403 2nd street sw
    albuquerque, mn 87102
    505.228.3749

    non finito is Italian for not finished and it is the organizing theme for this group exhibition.

    throughout history, artists have been making and sometimes abandoning works. tucked in corners, caves, storage units, and behind stacks of actualized works are the orphans, existing in a purgatory of incompleteness.

    for some artists, it's some day maybe..., a challenge to re-visit at another time; for others, these pieces are stubborn and obstinate, representative of failure and confusion; for others, these pieces represent ideas and directions that the artist was unable to move through or follow; and for some these pieces were wonderful little reveries that stand as jumping of points for other ideas and works that became highly successful.

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  • miniatures & more 2016

    october 22 - december 4, 2016

    the albuquerque museum
    2000 mountain road nw
    albuquerque, new mexico 87104
    505.243.7255

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  • the world is flat not round
    jamie brunson, erin elder, tim jag, jeff kahm, jamie hart, ted laredo, jen pack, heidi pollard

    opening reception: friday, september 2, 2016, 6-9 pm
    performance by: minimal excursion, 7 pm

    PHILSPACE contemporary santa fe
    1410 second street
    santa fe, new mexico 87505
    505.983.7945
    philspacesantafe@gmail.com
    gallery hours: 12-5 pm monday - saturday

    art ltd. review

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  • wrap it up
    2015 end of year group show
    december 11- january 23, 2016

    reception: friday december 11, 2016
    5 - 8 pm

    exhibit/208
    208 broadway se
    albuquerque, nm 87102
    505-450-6884

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  • wild + life

    wild+life - work by 70 new mexican artists
    a benefit for wildlife rescue of new mexico
    "to raise, rehabilitate, release and educate"

    october 3 thru december 5, 2015

    page coleman gallery
    6320-B Linn Avenue NE
    Albuquerque, NM
    505.238.5071
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  • side x side: new work by angela berkson + ted laredo

    opening reception:
    october 9, 2015
    5 - 8 pm


    Exhibit/208
    208 broadway se
    albuquerque, NM 87102
    kim arthun artoon@swcp.com

    exhibit dates: october 3 - 31, 2015
    gallery hours: thursday - saturday 10 am – 4 pm

    Angela and Ted met in studio art classes at the University of Texas in Austin in 1988, and they have been working side by side ever since.

    Angela Berkson has been investigating universal shapes and their transmutation by way of her encaustic and acrylic paintings for over twenty years. These new paintings incorporate the notion of “content drift” which is a technical term that describes the shifting of internet content that existed at one time in one place, but after time, a website’s identifiers may evolve, expire or fail for one reason or another. The content is no longer accessible, or it ceases to be representative of the original content. This notion of “content drift” is suggestive of memory lapses or other ways our universe shifts and evolves.

    Ted Laredo produces saturated color field paintings and line drawings that are purposefully minimal, primarily concerned with the act of experiencing his works without the distraction of deciphering meaning or content. Ted’s works are layered with acrylic paint, phosphorescent pigment and glass micro beads that read different ways throughout the day and then shimmer with an ethereal inner-light at night.

    Angela and Ted share their two studios, often working side by side. They don’t collaborate on work, per se, instead they maintain their individual explorations in a parallel universe. Sometimes viewers find similarities in their work, a cross-pollination of ideas, images and colors that can be pleasurable to ponder.
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  • Art Aspen
    august 13 - 16, 2015

    visit michael warren contemporay's booth at ArtAspen in aspen, colorado. a selection of ted laredo's work will be on display as well as other gallery artists.
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  • ted laredo: off the map
    march 2 - april 27, 2015

    artists reception
    friday, march 20, 2015
    5 - 6:30 pm

    district 3 gallery
    commissioner maggie hart-stebbins office
    city-county government building
    10th floor, 1 civic plaza, suite 10111
    albuquerque, nm 87102

    photos of reception
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  • central features

    see special installations during the month of january 2015 from darby hillman and ted laredo, viewable only through the door and windows.

    central features
    109 5th st sw
    albuquerque, NM 87102
    505-243-3389
    info@centralfeatures.com
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  • day to night

    featuring
    haley bates: shadow study
    robert brinker: mind maze
    ted laredo: afterglow

    january 2, 2015 – january 31, 2015

    receptions:
    first friday, january 2 (6-9pm)
    opening reception, friday january 9 (6-9pm)
    artist talk, saturday january 10 (4-6pm)
    third friday, january 16 (6-9pm)

    michael warren contemporary (mwc) presents

    in day to night bates, brinker, and laredo explore psychology in the act of viewing and relationships of material with the immaterial. each artist employs light (and winter’s lack thereof) in their work.

    shadow study: haley bates makes site-specific sculptural works that rely on light in the spaces they inhabit. bates’ works draw attention to the ephemeral nature of ownership – as the light diminishes in the space, so do the shadows they produce.

    mind maze: robert brinker paints vivid abstractions that weave ribbons of color in and out of neutral grounds. brinker’s paintings hint at appropriated narratives, but ultimately are boundless mazes that only hint at their true complexity.

    afterglow: ted laredo produces saturated color fields and line drawings that are purposefully minimal. laredo is concerned with the act of experiencing his works without the distraction of deciphering meaning or content. mono-diptychs, laredo’s works are covered in phosphorescent pigment and glass micro beads that read different ways throughout the day and then shimmer with an ethereal inner-light at night.

    during the month of january, mwc will also showcase many of the gallery artists in the additional viewing rooms in the back gallery. mwc consigns riverhouse editions, an extensive collection of fine art prints from career artists practicing all over the world.

    michael warren contemporary
    760 santa fe drive
    denver CO 80204
    303-635-6255
    tues-sat 11-6

    info@michaelwarrencontemporary.com
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  • biography

    ted laredo was born in laredo, texas on the us/mexico border in 1966.

    laredo produces saturated color field paintings and line drawings that are purposefully minimal, primarily concerned with the act of experiencing his works without deciphering meaning or content.

    laredo’s works are layered with acrylic paint, phosphorescent pigment and glass micro beads producing works that reflect, shift and shimmer with an ethereal inner-light.

    laredo attended the University of Texas at Austin where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1990. He received the Clare Hart Degolyer Memorial Fund Award from the Dallas Museum of Art in 1990 and the Jury’s Choice Award, Art of Albuquerque 2002, presented by Magnifico at the Albuquerque Museum in 2002. He has lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico since 1991.
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  • ted laredo's art work can be viewed at:

    Exhibit/208
    208 Broadway SE
    albuquerque, nm 87102
    thursday - saturday 10 - 4
    505.450.6884

    michael warren contemporary
    760 santa fe drive
    denver, co 80204
    tuesday - saturday 11 - 6
    303.667.2447

    if you wish to to receive occasional updates and exhibit information please join the mailing list.
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  • ted laredo is pleased to announce that he will be exhibiting his art work at the newly established
    michael warren contemporary art gallery in denver, colorado. a selection of his art work will be included in the first group exhibition:

    introductions
    may 13 - june 14, 2014

    grand opening reception
    thursday may 15, 2014
    6 - 9 pm

    michael warren contemporary
    760 santa fe drive
    denver, co 80204
    303.667.2447
    tuesday - saturday 11 - 6

    michael warren contemporary will provide one of the largest exhibition spaces in the city of denver showcasing artists from the rocky mountain region and the united states.

    michael warren contemporary presents contemporary artwork that speaks on a personal level, presenting colorful abstract and figurative work alongside contemplative sculpture, installations, works on paper and photography with particular emphasis on materials and process.

    art exhibit: introductions
    may 13 - june 14, 2014

    receptions:
    opening reception: thursday, may 15, 6-9pm
    collector’s friday, may 16, 6-9pm
    first friday, june 6, 6-9pm

    contacts and links:
    michael warren contemporary
    directions
    info@michaelwarrencontemporary.com
    mike mcclung.director
    warren campbell.director
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  • Exhibit/208

    WRAP IT UP
    december 13, 2013 - january 25, 2014

    end of year group show

    Exhibit/208
    208 broadway blvd. se
    albuquerque, nm
    505.450.6884
    hours: thursday - saturday 10 - 4
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  • light blue spheres
    (pictured on the wall, lower right) is now in the collection of the Albuquerque Museum, a gift from Dr. Jonathan Abrams, MD.
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  • lucent variations
    may 3 - may 25, 2013

    reception
    friday, may 10
    5 - 8 pm

    closing reception
    (lights out)
    saturday, may 25
    8:30 pm

    Exhibit/208
    208 broadway blvd. se
    albuquerque, new mexico 87102

    hours: thursday - saturday 10-4 or by appointment
    Kim Arthun: 505.450.6884
    Russell Hamilton: 505.977.0085

    Ted Laredo will be exhibiting art work that riffs on the lucent properties of various media including galvanized steel, phosphorescent cotton twill tape and glass micro beads.

    The pieces in the exhibit incorporate cotton-twill tape arranged in geometric configurations such as honeycomb cells and cube forms, some affixed over micro bead coated panels and painted with phosphorescent acrylics, some affixed to galvanized steel panels with magnets. During the day, the reflective bead-coated surfaces have a luminous, almost pearlescent glow. At night, the painted geometric forms emit a soft light of their own, captured earlier in the day from the available light striking their surfaces. "The reflective glass beads came out of the idea of having a reflective quality without electricity," Laredo said. "Something that's ethereal, something you can't quite grasp but is pleasing to the eye." Several pieces, including one called naphthol red eclipse and another called cobalt blue mono-diptych, are panels without twill tape that appear monochromatic under direct light sources but change dramatically when the lights are off. (Abatemarco, Michael, “Trick of the Light; The Protean Art of Ted Laredo,” The Santa Fe New Mexican, Pasatiempo Magazine, January 2011.)

    Ted Laredo was born in Laredo, Texas in 1966. He attended the University of Texas at Austin where he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1990. He received the Clare Hart Degolyer Memorial Fund Award from the Dallas Museum of Art in 1990 and the Jury’s Choice Award, Art of Albuquerque 2002, presented by Magnifico at the Albuquerque Museum in 2002. He has called Albuquerque, New Mexico home since 1991.

    Exhibit/208 is an art gallery that plays a unique role in the New Mexico art scene. Owned and managed by three Albuquerque artists, the gallery provides an exhibition venue for contemporary artists working at a professional level and is dedicated to providing exposure and sales opportunity for these artists. Exhibit/208 installs shows that strain the sales requirements of mainstream commercial galleries. The gallery does not “represent” artists and encourages interested collectors and galleries to contact the artists directly.
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  • Harwood Art Center

    12 x 12
    6th Annual 12 x 12 Auction and Fundaiser
    Friday December 7, 2012
    6 - 8 pm

    Harwood Art Center
    1114 7th street nw
    albuquerque, nm 87102
    505.242.6367

    gallery hours are monday - friday, 10 am - 4 pm
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  • Exhibit 208

    Black to White
    November 16, 2012 - January 5, 2013


    ARTISTS’ RECEPTION
    5 - 8 PM
    FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30TH, 2012

    Exhibit/208
    208 Broadway blvd. se
    albuquerque, new mexico 87102

    thursday - saturday 10-4 or by appointment
    Kim Arthun: 505.450.6884
    Russell Hamilton: 505.977.0085
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  • Exhibit 208

    Summer Extravaganza
    June 22 - July 28, 2012

    EXTENDED Thru August 25, 2012

    THIRTY FIVE ARTISTS – SEVENTY FIVE WORKS
    abdalla.abrams.adams.anderson.arthun.baragiola.baudoin.berkson.bolton.cook.deitz.ellis.
    feinberg.fenichel.hamilton.harper.hart.hines.hogan.karp.laredo.linnell.loving.lowney.maki.
    mccamey.o’connor.panaro.peebles.prythero.socha.thompson.turung.wellman.wing.

    ARTISTS’ RECEPTION
    5 - 8 PM
    FRIDAY, JULY 13TH, 2012

    Exhibit/208
    208 Broadway Blvd. SE
    Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102

    Hours: Thursday - Saturday 10-4 or by appointment
    Kim Arthun: 505-450-6884
    Russell Hamilton: 505-977-0085
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  • The Finite Passing of an Infinite Passion
    June 1 - July 18, 2012
    A national group exhibition curated by Danielle Rae Miller & Laura Ratcliffe.

    Reception:
    Friday, June 1, 2012
    5 - 8 pm

    SCA CONTEMPORARY ART
    524 Haines NW
    Albuquerque, NM 87102
    505.228.3749
    Hours: Thursdays & Fridays 12-5 and by appointment.

    SCA is located one block south of I-40 between 5th & 6th.

    Featured Artists:
    Steve Barry, Angela Berkson, Rebecca Blankley, Stephanie Brunia, Cauldron of Awen, Erin Currier, Kristin Deiner, Jennifer Hudson, Lynn Johnson, Christopher Knerr, Ted Laredo, Stephanie Lerma, Tim Mullane, Larry Bob Phillips, Photosynthesist, Linda Mae Tratchaud, Greg Tucker, Jennifer Vasher, Christine Wallers

    The Finite Passing of an Infinite Passion is a group show featuring the work of 20 contemporary artists mixed with religious artifacts and ephemera, curated by Laura Ratcliffe and Danielle Rae Miller.

    In choosing art for the exhibition, the curators sought not to “critique” religion, or question it, although there are several works that do. They did not seek a multicultural balance between representations of many religions, nor did they seek work that teaches, preaches, informs, or holds true to any particular set of beliefs.

    The exhibition is not meant as an anthropological study. Instead, Ratcliffe and Miller chose artworks they felt express a form of spiritual longing that works within some standards of traditional religious iconographies and art historical references.

    The exhibition title was taken from Wonderlandby Joyce Carol Oates. Laura Ratcliffe and Danielle Rae Miller co-curated several exhibitions in the early 2000’s, including Bittersweet, All Americans Are Soldiers, Synesthesia, and Dirty Weekend.

    This is their first joint curatorial project in 10 years.
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  • Exhibit/208

    Group Show
    December 9, 2011 - January 21, 2012

    Reception/Office Party
    Friday, December 9th, 2011
    5-8pm

    Exhibit/208
    208 Broadway Blvd. SE
    Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102

    Hours: Thursday - Saturday 10-4 or by appointment
    Kim Arthun: 505.450.6884
    Russell Hamilton: 505.977.0085
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  • Ca-thar-sis
    September 23 - November 18, 2011

    Featuring work by:
    Lea Anderson
    Joe Barron
    Stephanie Lerma
    Ted Laredo
    Danielle Rae Miller
    Louie Va
    Zona

    Opening Reception:
    Friday September 23, 2011
    5-8 pm

    Downtown Contemporary Gallery
    105 4th Street SW
    Albuquerque, NM 87102

    Hours: Tuesday 11:30-6:00
    Thursday 11:30-6:00
    Saturday 12:00-4:00
    and by appointment 505.363.3870

    Directors: Stacy Hawkinson, Val Hollingsworth, Louie Va

    Alibi Article
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  • afterglow
    January 28 - March 5, 2011
    Select works on view through April 16, 2011

    Box Gallery
    1611-A Paseo de Peralta
    Santa Fe, NM 87501
    (Railyard Arts District)
    Hours: Tues-Sat 10 - 5
    505.989.4897
    michelle@boxgallerysf.com
    www.boxgallerysf.com

    New work by Ted Laredo incorporating line, color, glass micro beads and phosphorescent paint.

    Ted Laredo's use of phosphorescent acrylic paint and glass micro beads invites viewing in a multitude of light conditions: in the dark an "equal but opposite" experience of the same work is achieved. In his mono-diptychs , Laredo employs reflective glass micro beads and deep-hued monochromatic acrylic on panel. Writes Laredo: "The solidity of the monochrome gives way to an ethereal inner light." His geometric wall-drawings -necker's cube ; honeycomb cells - are constructed in cotton twill tape painted with phosphorescent acrylic. They appear three-dimensional; they fluctuate in perspective, and seem to float in negative space.

    Articles and Reviews
    Pasatiempo
    Journal North
    SF Reporter
    Visual Art Source
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  • Exhibit/208

    August 13 - September 11, 2010

    We're Back
    New Location Group Show Open House
    Friday August 13th, 2010
    5 - 8 pm

    Regular Hours Saturdays 10 - 4 or by appointment
    Show runs through September 11th, 2010

    Exhibit/208
    208 Broadway Blvd. SE
    Albuquerque, NM 87102
    505.450.6884 Kim Arthun
    505.977.0085 Russell Hamilton
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  • 88

    August 7 - September 9, 2010

    Domy Books, in association with Okay Mountain,
    is pleased to present

    88 organized by Andy Coolquitt

    FEATURING
    Jamie Panzer, Jill Thrasher, Kal Spelletich, Nic Maffei,
    Regina Vater, Sheelah Murthy, Steve Jones, Teresa Hubbard,
    Theresa Houston, Lance Letscher, Bob Anderson, Bogdan Perzynski,
    Carolee Schneemann, Elisa Jimenez, Luke Savisky, Peter Glassford,
    Sawad Brooks, Julia Maffei, Bill Lundberg, Ethyl Shipton, Angela Berkson, Bart Farar, Ted Laredo (N7 neutral gray portal) and more...

    Saturday, August 7, 2010 at Domy Books, Austin
    913 E Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78702
    7-10pm, FREE ADMISSION
    + A SIMULTANEOUS OPENING AT OKAY MOUNTAIN

    Reviews
    ART LIES: A Contemporary Art Quarterly
    Glasstire {texas visual art online}
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  • couplingART

    July 24 - August 28, 2010

    Group show of artist couples organized by Stephanie Lerma.
    Artists featured: Berkson - Laredo (staring at the sun), Bingham - Koch, Cozza - Lampela, Lerma - Lerma

    Opening reception: Saturday, July 24, 2010, 5 - 8 pm
    Exhibition runs through August 28th, 2010

    10101 2nd Street NW, Albuquerque, NM, Half a mile north of Alameda Blvd.
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  • LAND/ART New Mexico Book Release

    June 16, 2010

    LAND/ART was a large-scale collaboration organized by 516 ARTS, exploring land-based art, involving over 25 organizations during 6 months during 2009 in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Mountainair. The project examined relationships of land, art and community through exhibitions, site-specific art works, lectures, performances, tours, excursions, films and a culminating book published by Radius Books. The book was released June 16, 2010 and will be distributed internationally through DAP.

    Ted Laredo realized two pieces for the project. One indoor project, room, for 516 Arts in Albuquerque, New Mexico and one outdoor project, billboard, at THE LAND/ an art site in Mountainair, New Mexico.

    LAND/ART was made possible in part by The FUND at Albuquerque Community Foundation.
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  • Albuquerque Now, Fall

    October 11, 2009 - January 3, 2010

    Reception: Saturday, October 10th, 6-8pm

    Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
    2000 Mountain Road NW
    Albuquerque, NM 87104
    Phone: 505.243.7255
    800.659.8331 Relay
    Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays.

    Albuquerque Now, Fall is the first of two installations of diverse work by artists of the metropolitan area and is organized by Andrew Connors, Curator of Art. Albuquerque Now celebrates the diversity of visual culture in all of its active manifestations, from traditional woodworking to digital video, from printmaking to installation art such as ted laredo's room.
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