Did you read about us in Travel+Leisure? All in-person tours are on an indefinite hiatus, but you can visit our resources for inspiration to create your own self-guided tour or tune into our YouTube channel for a virtual tour of the ABQ Main Library!

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Modern Albuquerque is a New Mexico non-profit organization dedicated to the documentation, promotion, preservation, and education of the public about the presence of modernist architecture and art in the city of Albuquerque and State of New Mexico!

About

Modern Albuquerque

Founded in 2018 as a two-person operation, Modern Albuquerque was the first business in New Mexico to promote Albuquerque's mid-century modern architecture and recent history year-round through tours, events, and media. Modern Albuquerque reorganized as a non-profit organization in January 2020 and expanded its mission to encompass modernist architecture before and beyond the mid-century period, modernist art installations, and landscape design. As a non-profit, we've redirected our efforts towards research, documentation, preservation, and education.

Upcoming Projects

As we start our pathway towards eventual 501c3 educational non-profit status, our team is working on an inventory of modern public art installations, a segment about modern architecture for public broadcast, National Register nominations, adding more resources to this website and planning a modernism weekend event!

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Become a member. Volunteer. Share a photograph or address of a local modernist structure. Attend an event. There are many ways to aid our work!

See More Modernism

Visit our Instagram account for more examples of Albuquerque's modernist architecture & art and follow us to never miss a post.

Who is Modern Albuquerque?

Modern Albuquerque is a collective of architecture and design enthusiasts, researchers, and preservationists.

PHOTO:  Jessica Roybal

PARTNERS & BUSINESS MEMBERS

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