Strangers Collective's new art space, NO LAND, features solo and small group exhibitions by artists, writers and performers. Dedicated to those ready to take the next step in their careers, NO LAND invites emerging artists to develop and show complete bodies of work. The space is located at 54 1/2 E. San Francisco Street #7 on the Santa Fe Plaza. 

Current Show | Marcus Zúñiga: Ya Veo
Hours | Saturdays, 12-4 pm

Current Show


Marcus Zúñiga: YA VEO

54 1/2 E. San Francisco St. #7
April 8-June 11, 2017

Closing Reception | Saturday, June 10, 6-9 pm

Strangers Collective’s NO LAND art space transforms into a futuristic planetarium for its inaugural exhibition. In his solo show Ya Veo, Marcus Zúñiga incorporates cosmic imagery into new media projections and sculptures, opening windows into the universe by manipulating footage that he captures through a telescope. Mapping the constellations has helped Zúñiga trace his Mexican-American roots—and tell a story that traverses human history. Ya Veo, meaning “I see” in Spanish, is an invitation to viewers to ponder their place in the universe.  The exhibition's closing reception (June 10, 6-9 pm) coincides with the opening weekend of the Currents New Media Festival 2017. The two-week festival features new media art from across the world, and partners with art spaces around Santa Fe to present satellite shows and events. 

Partner Exhibition


Strangers Collective at Santa Fe Zine Fest
Saturday, May 20, 11 am-5 pm
Center for Contemporary Arts
1050 Old Pecos Tr.

An annual celebration of zines, comics, and alternative press. Santa Fe's inaugural zine fest will feature 20+ exhibitors showcasing their zines and comics. Come hang out, meet and talk with local artists and zine makers, and buy zines. This event is free and open to the public.