Artist Derrick Velasquez, who is represented by Robischon Gallery and runs Yes Ma’am and Friend of a Friend, is a key pillar in Denver’s gallery and DIY scenes.
Patrick Marold: The Windmill Project at Ent Center for the Arts in Colorado Springs firmly lands on contingency, environment, and illumination.
Cerith Wyn Evans: Aspen Drift at the Aspen Art Museum in Colorado saturates the senses in the Welsh artist’s first exhibition in the States in more than seventeen years.
Eileen Roscina’s installation at BreckCreate challenges sentiments about memorials in our pandemic-informed world.
Laura Shill’s Future Self Storage at Denver’s Leon Gallery features 9,000 feet of pink and red tubes that combine humor with heartache and the sensual.
Topologies, Senga Nengudi’s retrospective currently on view at the Denver Art Museum, acts as a call-to-action: for marginalized bodies and beings to be seen in the world.
Diego Rodriguez-Warner’s recent exhibition Horror Vacui offers a look beyond the immediate disarray and confusion in which we find ourselves.