Photo courtesy Gilcrease

Through Dec. 31 – Gilcrease Museum  

From By any historic measure, the American Southwest is an ancient place. A crossroads of cultures and languages for centuries, the region stretching from western Texas to southern California contains the oldest continually inhabited communities in the United States. In rounded adobe architecture and weathered Spanish churches, layers of stone and earth plaster mark the deep passage of time. Yet beginning in the early 20th century, the region held a magnetic pull for contemporary artists experimenting with innovative ideas in American art. The show runs until Dec. 31. For more information, visit

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