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MCA Denver is pleased to announce Ryan McGinley: The Kids Were Alright. The exhibition will feature early photographs by McGinley, whose pioneering, documentary-style approach captured the antics and daily activities of himself, his friends, and collaborators in lower Manhattan in the late 1990s.
Robischon Gallery’s “Out of View,” a series of exhibitions featuring seven dynamic artists: Claire Sherman, Allison Gildersleeve, James Benning, Nikki Lindt, Karen Kitchel, David Sharpe and Isabelle Hayeur.
Featuring three exhibitions all focusing on how artists use paper in unique and innovative ways.
For 120 days LEON is home to a unique and experimental project: SO WRONG IT'S SO RIGHT...What happens when we stop playing by THE rules and create our own game?
This series of new works has a physicality that fuels the energy in a room even as they give impressions of place. The large size of the works are heavily layered paint on 4" deep canvases that read as sculpture. The confident use of color and assertive brushstrokes create a dynamic visual experience; Hoitsma really does achieve his goal to change the air in the room.
Three concurrent exhibitions at The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
The exhibition is a survey of new work made by CPAC members and is intended to highlight the creative talents of CPAC’s core constituency.
While the term ‘baroque’ has had a complex history, one encyclopedic definition defines the qualities most frequently associated with the baroque as ‘grandeur, sensuous richness, drama, vitality, movement, tension, and emotional exuberance.’
Inspired by Art Gyms’ recently opened encaustic workspace and the installation of a bee hive on its roof-top, curator Elke McGuire brings together works by Patricia Aaron, Alane Holsteen, Dylan Gebbia-Richards, Katie Kalkstein and Laura Tyler for this unique exhibition.
The wonders of natural environments are often known to spark creativity in the human mind. Drawing inspiration from nature, while freeing themselves from representational qualities, these 7 artists collectively evoke natural abstractions through varying media...
By interrupting historical and current mainstream visual language, Pretty Powerful explores and deconstructs several layers of female representation.
Emily worked alongside artists Hollis+Lana as a studio assistant working on their multimedia installation “Where is My Body…” as well as a fabricator working on large scale metal fabrications for fine artists.
...Marsha's work is highly distinctive with a unique flare of grace and symmetry. She creates a world full of elegant botanical imagery embraced by strikingly bold designs that reflect the nostalgia of the Art Deco Era.
Curated by Odessa, Crooked Timber investigates the relationship between human beings and the Earth; deconstructing the paradoxes between self and place. Brian Napier's sculptural works draw parallels between natural objects and societal growth. The making of these objects is a disruption of the natural processes which the work examines. And in this way, the exhibition space serves as an open casket to what was, and a monument to the eternal.
Curated by Ramón Bonilla, Downshifting features 12 international artists who call attention to the meditative quality of reductive art.
Join us for the Opening Reception of the Vibrant Femmes Gallery Exhibition and the dedication of our brand new public wall murals!
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5 Artists will be paired with community hosts and be commissioned to create 5 sculptural tables at 5 locations in 5 points. Each second Saturday the community is invited to join us at the site of the sculptures for a feast of local food, local performance and community dialogue about our neighborhood. Join RedLine this summer for a MOVEABLE FEAST!
Helikon Gallery and Sémplice Baroque Ensemble are pleased to present a concert in the gallery in conjunction with our June exhibition, ‘A Modern Baroque.
Hop on your bike and complete a painting while touring the murals of Downtown Denver!
Let's get critical, critical! ArtPlant and Black Cube Nomadic Museum host Office Hours, a monthly no holds barred happy hour conversation focused on critical topics.
join Derrick Velasquez and Peter Miles Bergman at MCA Denver for a discussion about Velasquez's current exhibition at the museum, Obstructed View. Velasquez will talk with Bergman about the work in the exhibition and how it fits within the scope of his practice, as well as the political ideas behind some of the work.
Join Odessa and From The Hip Photo for Exposure, a free event collapsing boundaries and exposes attendees to a cross-section of Colorado’s vibrant artistic community, encountering art, artists, and organizations whose paths they may not otherwise cross.