Previously known as the Museum of Fine Arts, the New Mexico Museum of Art is the most seasoned workmanship exhibition hall in New Mexico and grandstands conventional, provincial and contemporary craftsmanships. Outlined in a customary pueblo style, the working in which the gallery is housed assumed an imperative part in the 'Pueblo Spanish Revival' style of engineering, for which Santa Fe is outstanding.
Home to a perpetual accumulation of more than 20,000 works, the gallery highlights works by Southwestern craftsmen from the noteworthy Taos and Santa Fe states, for example, the Cinco Pintores gathering, and the Taos Society of Artists, and also new-age contemporary workmanship from around the globe.
Contemporary accumulations incorporate works by Gustave Baumann and Lucy Lippard, and also understood American picture taker Jane Reeves and some Georgia O'Keeffe artistic creations. Situated inside the historical center is the St. Francis Auditorium, which has an assortment of social and melodic associations, including the Santa Fe Community Orchestra.