Warehouse 1-10 is a contemporary art space located in Magdalena, New Mexico. Its mission is to host and provide a support platform for experimental, performance and contemporary art projects of established and emerging artists.
Warehouse 1-10 resides in a 5,000 square foot building, constructed in the late 1800s and is situated on an acre of land. Presently, it houses a gallery and rustic barn-style performance and exhibition space and grounds for installation.
Warehouse 1-10 is available to collaborate with arts organizations and curators interested in promoting the arts within the south central region of the state of New Mexico. Past collaborations include High Desert Test Sites, Chris Kallmyer, The Distance Makes Us Feel Closer, a Sound Installation at the Magdalena Ridge Observatory, Alicia Adams, The Journey of Missionary Linguistics and Currents New Media New Mexico Trail 2015 & 2016.
The Village of Magdalena is located two hours South of Albuquerque along the scenic Highway 60 corridor known as the original coast to coast highway which stretches from Socorro to the Arizona border. Our location provides a unique backdrop for public arts projects and installations of all disciplines. The Highway 60 corridor is also home to the Magdalena Ridge Observatory, The Very Large Array and the Dia Art Foundation, Walter DeMaria's Land Art Installation, The Lightning Field.
110 NORTH MAIN STREET, MAGDALENA NM 87825
Catherine DeMaria, Director E-MAIL CDEMARIA@WAREHOUSE110.COM