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BLM New Mexico – with offices in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas – recently announced the winners of their annual employee photo contest. A few of our favorites are featured here; click photos for employee names and titles.

Visit the BLM New Mexico Flickr to view all contest winners.


“I’m pregnant.”

In which one is trying to pretend giffing Adam Driver as Phillip Altman in a “poignant” moment in This Is Where I Leave You (2014) is something other than pure, gratuitous arm porn.

Please, please don’t repost my gifs


Amy Phillips’ Impersonation of RHOBH’s Lisa Rinna at the Reunion


Playbill Picks the Breakout Performances of the 2014-15 Broadway Season


Happy Employee Appreciation Day!

We’re sharing a few of our favorite employee photos from across the country in recognition of the 10,000+ BLM employees and volunteers who manage your public lands and resources.  

“Chris Burden, RIP. An artistic giant, influential teacher and mentor, fearless risk-taker, and maverick who played by his own rules, Chris was endlessly curious and tremendously exacting. It was a great honor to work with him so closely over the past several years to realize his biggest museum exhibition, ‘Chris Burden: Extreme Measures’, including the monumental installation on the Museum’s facade that he knew would alter the skyline of our neighborhood. It will remain on view for the next several months in tribute to Chris and his vision. Our thoughts go out to his wife and life partner, Nancy Rubins, as well as to Katy and the entire studio team who were extended family.” – Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director

Photo: Dean Kaufman


The results are in!

BLM New Mexico recently announced the winners of its 7th annual employee photo contest. Today, we bring you a few of our favorites from the seven photo categories: landscape, wildlife - mammals, wildlife - non-mammals, plants, historical and cultural, work of the BLM, and recreation.

Congratulations to the winners!  CLICK HERE to view all employee photos.

On the occasion of Pride Month, we’re looking back at our own history of LGBTQ pride.

“David Wojnarowicz: A Fire in My Belly, A Work in Progress (1986-87)” (1999)

David Wojnarowicz is a widely respected artist whose first U.S. retrospective was held at the New Museum in 1999. The film, A Fire in My Belly, A Work in Progress (1986-87) is a poetic meditation on man, life, death, faith, and suffering made in part as a response to the AIDS-related death of his close friend, artist Peter Hujar. 

“The New Museum has always defended freedom of expression and continues to oppose censorship. We cannot afford to take hard won civil liberties for granted and need to remain vigilant and protect artistic freedom,” said Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director.