First a photo of an exterior courtyard.
The art that I was drawn to was primarily contemporary. Here are some examples.
I particularly liked this last piece, though this image only includes a portion of the work of art. This was actually a sculpture of sorts, consisting of pieces of subtly colored glass set at angles to each other to create unusual reflections. A careful look reveals that the image has strong but imperfect symmetries.
I was able to underexpose the following spotlighted granite sculpture to turn the background black.
I was not particularly drawn to the historical sections of the museum, which primarily dealt with Albuquerque and New Mexican history. But on our way out we did visit an exterior sculpture courtyard. I have to say that I did not find the art in the courtyard particularly noteworthy, but I did like this semiabstract image that I took of the courtyard and that I converted to a black and white.