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As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. Or, if you’re a “Breaking Bad” fan, it would be all bad things must come to an end, and as everyone knows, death is the ultimate end, so it’s sort of ironic that this year’s annual Dia de los Muertos Show curated by Española artist Toby Morfin, will be the last.
Typically on display at Northern New Mexico College in Española, the show will make a move to the Red Dot Gallery on Canyon Road in Santa Fe. It opens from 5-9 p.m. Nov. 1, and unlike past years, when it was up for only the weekend, this exhibit will run through Nov. 21, giving those who wish to see it ample time to do so.
Morfin said he’s decided to quit curating the shows to focus on his own career and solo work.
Since he began curating the annual show, the same group of artists has worked together. “It’s an annual thing we’ve been doing. All the artists in this show have shown together for the last few years,” Morfin said. “It’s hard to bring new artists in because it’s a powerful group. Others can’t meet the standards of this group. It’s a serious body of work.”
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