Museum of International Folk Art
706 Camino Lejo
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505
The Museum of International Folk Art is a state-run institution in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is one of many cultural institutions operated by the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.
The museum was founded by Florence Dibell Bartlett and opened to the public in 1953. The Girard Wing, with its popular exhibition, Multiple Visions: A Common Bond, showcases folk art, popular art, toys and textiles from more than 100 nations.
The Museum’s Neutrogena Collection comprises more than 2,500 textiles, ceramics and carvings from all over the world. The Bartlett Wing, named in honor of museum founder Florence Dibell Bartlett, offers rotating exhibitions based on the museum collections and on field studies of specific cultures or art forms.
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