Free from recognizable elements, abstraction allows the artist to explore and create experimental surroundings. In this group exhibition, 6 artists examine constructed environments within their abstract work.
Allison Stewart has gained national recognition for her paintings expressing the complex and disturbing dialogue between man and nature. Trained as a biologist, Stewart is inspired by increasingly fragile environments and the ultimate interconnectedness of all living things.
Coming from many lands, races, and perspectives, Latin America: Endless Transformations explores the constant social, political, and cultural reconfiguration that occurs in Latin America. Artists investigate the ways in which communities reshape their own collective identity, a continuous transformation that is visible in the artistic movements taking place throughout the Americas.
Mysterious images, visions in the dark, surreal narratives… dreams are an ever-flowing source of reflection and inspiration that can range from the absurd and comical to the profound or frightening.
SABER ACOMODAR: Art and Workshops of Jalisco 1915-Now presents an investigation of the work carried out in studios and artisanal workshops in Jalisco, Mexico. Focusing on the last 100 years of production, the works included in the exhibition showcase collaborations between artists and artisans (e.g. potters, carpenters, blacksmiths, jewelers, sign painters, and printmakers) who work and live in western Mexico.
Saber Acomodar is the principal exhibition of the Biennial of the Americas, and has been organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and the Arizona State University Art Museum.
Eduardo Portillo has always been captivated with lines, ones that define boundaries and the ones that connect across them. As an immigrant, the borders that divided his country from others, and the lines that connected where he grew up to where he lives now, have had a deep impact on his life.
This one month exhibition highlights work from the gallery as well as work from several new ceramic artists that exploit the unlimited possibilities of surface enhancement. From the earliest known pottery, cultures and peoples have decorated the surfaces of their clay objects. Whether ritual or religious based, or strictly utilitarian, decorative marks are abundant on ceramics.
An international juried exhibition of contemporary artist book works. Juror: Cynthia Nourse Thompson, Director of the Graduate Programs in Book Arts + Printmaking & Studio Arts at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Please join ATC DENin a works on paper show, And Longing is Overthrown, featuring two of Denver’s long time veterans in the Denver Art Scene, Jason Lee Gimbel and Christopher R. Perez. Jason Lee Gimbel’s charcoal figure drawings are classically informed and borrow from Greek mythology, classical sculpture and traditional figure drawing yet have a conceptual element to them that add a playful juxtaposition of these large scale drawings by added larger than life staples and magnets.
Paul Michel is best known for his comedic work under the moniker, Mountain vs Plains. However, Michel's ink drawings use light, texture, and form to explore more melancholic themes.
Join us for RedLine's One Square Foot, our annual anonymous art sale & fall fundraiser. Enjoy this one night opportunity to select from 100 works by over 100 artists for $100 each!
Leisure functions as a studio and artist run gallery, showcasing contemporary artists with one night solo exhibitions.
Thoughtful, theatrical and provocative, “GAS LIGHT LOVE BOMB” is a celebration of the craft and creativity of conceptual artist Scott Young, challenging visitors to reexamine their relationship with romance.
nternal Narratives: Projects by Veterans features a compelling collection of fine art photography created by 10 Denver-area artists who have served in the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, or Army Reserve.
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Water Line: A Creative Exchange examines the loaded issue of water, and promotes stewardship, advocacy and activism through the work of contemporary artists, and in direct conversation with students, policy analysts and scientists.
TARRA2017 will highlight the perspectives of industry leaders, focusing on a conversation about how design affects politics, how politics affect design, and how we can use design to effect meaningful change in the world.
Slam poet Andre Carbonell (AKA Hakeem Furious) will be working with PlatteForum’s ArtLab interns to explore race and self-expression through performance.
A once in a lifetime party at the historic Sports Castle, honoring architect Sir David Adjaye, and celebrating 10 years since he designed MCA Denver's current building.
The Art of Brunch is back! Join us for gallery hopping and complimentary brunch bites at a dozen galleries + creative business in Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe.
Sondra Perry’s work dives into the tools of moving image production to examine representation and what it means to make images today. For the third Collapsing Time Series lecture the artist will discuss four video installations...