Technology and art unite for a travelling exhibit unlike any other


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Local art and tech lovers will have the rarified distinction of experiencing the cutting-edge traveling art exhibit XYZT: Abstract Landscapes.

ARTECHOUSE, a Washington DC-based innovative art space dedicated to arts and technology, which welcomed 160,000 guests in its first ten months of programming, is expanding its reach west. Their first exhibition, XYZT: Abstract Landscapes by internationally acclaimed digital artists Adrien M & Claire B, has opened in Albuquerque, NM as part of its U.S. tour.

Albuquerque is the fourth stop for the XYZT exhibit in the U.S., showcased earlier at the Brooklyn Music Academy in New York, ARTECHOUSE in Washington, DC and most recently at Peabody Essex Museum in Salem. The five-month-long exhibit is scheduled to open May 24 and will run through the end of October at ARTECHOUSE Albuquerque. The exhibit will open at 1904 Bellamah Ave NW right in the heart of Albuquerque’s most vibrant up-and-coming neighborhood the Sawmill District.

The exhibit is open weekly Wednesday through Monday from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. with 45 minute timed-entry sessions. Tickets can be purchased online for $10-15. 

For more details, visit their website.   

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