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Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, Santa Fe

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The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art is the only museum in the country dedicated to exhibiting and interpreting the art of the Hispanic Southwest. The Museum also sponsors the internationally acclaimed Traditional Spanish Market and Winter Market.
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  • Many photographs by several photographers, some in color. Very nicely displayed in several rooms. Each photograph had a detailed explanation of what was going on in her life when the photo was taken.  more »
  • Frida Kahlo does arouse our curiosity and interest about her life. The current exhibit captures many interesting aspects of her life (mostly in black & white). Additionally one room houses pictures of...  more »
  • On Museum Hill, the Spanish Museum was a bit of a disappointment. Must admit, it was my own fault. I did not check to see what was being exhibited and found a predominantly black and white photographi...  more »
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  • It's a VERY small museum alittle off the beaten path. $10 to see photos of Frieda.