MNM Press

Making a Hand

Ranching families reflect a deeply rooted agricultural tradition the day-to-day workings of which have changed little over generations. This book is a tribute to the newest generation of ranchers grow . . .

Making a Hand

Frederick Hammersley

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Frederick Hammersley

Black Rock

Black Rock goes beyond the literate, learned, and playful flair of Paul Starrs’s language and the art, irony, and honesty of Peter Goin’s photographs. The ideas in both visions—the intellectual . . .

Black Rock

Spider Woman's Gift: Nineteenth-Century Dine Textiles

Spider Woman is the mythological figure that taught the Navajo the art of weaving. This book features classic basket and textile examples made between 1840 to 1880s drawn from the collection at the M . . .

Spider Woman's Gift: Nineteenth-Century Dine Textiles

Cady Wells and Southwestern Modernism

For too long Cady Wells has been but a footnote in the history of modern American art. This interdisciplinary team of experienced scholars recovers his rightful place as an artist, a collector, and a . . .

Cady Wells and Southwestern Modernism

Founded in 1951, the Museum of New Mexico Press is an award-winning publisher of finely designed and crafted books that reflect the collections of the Museum of New Mexico and explore the culture of the Southwest.

Specializations include fine art and folk art, photography, Native Americana, the Hispanic Southwest, nature and gardening, and architecture and style.

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Featured Title

J. Paul Taylor: The Man from Mesilla
by Ana Pacheco

This biography recounts the life of the legislator, educator, community leader, and arts patron… Ana Pacheco extensively interviewed Taylor and many of his family members while writing the story of Taylor's remarkable life in New Mexico. The book is illustrated with historical and family photographs as well as contemporary photographs of the Taylor Monument and art collections.
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