EILEEN BRAZIEL Art Advisors and Fine Arts Gallery brings together forward thinking conceptual artists, designers, consultants, and clients at a contemporary art space located in downtown Santa Fe.
The most significant asset offered by the firm is its personal curatorial vision from specialists in art-advising experience—which includes important public and private art projects to their placement at city and state organizations, non-profit organizations, museums, corporations, and residences.
Eileen Braziel currently developed a non-profit foundation that supports current projects including the Navajo Nation Museum, and New Mexico Arts' Art in Public Places, and TIME Exchange Program.
iLSAF (International Land-Sensitive Art Foundation) provides funding for artists and gives to art programs that promote site specific art installation projects: iLSAF link
2014-2015 iLSAF supported TIME (Temporary Installations Made for the Environment) at Coyote Canyon which funds artists' land-sensitive art projects. TIME link
2013 Raven Chacon and Robert Henke sonic art installation at Chaco Canyon link
"I have worked with Eileen Braziel as an advisor on several projects, most recently TIME at Coyote Canyon with Ai Weiwei and Bert Benally, and TIME at Chaco Canyon with Robert Henke and Raven Chacon. Eileen's artistic vision tends to focus on the environment and on social reconciliation and change. She aims high, but she is also a realist who astutely assesses the requirements and possibilities of each situation and plans accordingly. I have been impressed by Eileen's intelligence, and by the energy to she devotes to keeping complex collaborative projects moving in productive directions. I hope to have the opportunity to work with her again."
University of California Berkeley Art Museum
Jacquelynn Baas essay on TIME project produced by Eileen Braziel:
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