Denver artist Trey Duvall combines digital, mechanical, manual, and natural tools in order to explore a multitude of concepts in his durational installation RETURN/SWEEP.
The Lightning Field—a vestige of the conceptual, minimalist, and earthwork movements of the mid-20th century by Walter De Maria—provides visitors with multiple, discrete ways of encountering the art object.
Denver's public art collection boasts outstanding examples of monumental outdoor sculptures and includes works by Hebert Bayer, Sol LeWitt, Anthony Magar, Beverly Pepper, Bernar Venet, and more.
Zuyva Sevilla, an artist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, makes new-media works that contemplate the cosmic and ineffable, such as heat signatures and dust patterns.
Hernan Gomez Chavez, an artist and activist, makes work about his personal history along the borderlands of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Kirsten Angerbauer creates immersive, multi-sensory experiences and installations constructed of site-specific designs, sound art practices, and new media.
The Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies in Aspen, Colorado, preserves and celebrates the legacy of the Bauhaus-affiliated artist with the inaugural exhibition Herbert Bayer: An Introduction.
Textile artist Paolo Arao explores queerness through his materials, line work, titles, and forms in his show A Selection of Recent Works at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver.
Hervé Télémaque's exhibition A Hopscotch of the Mind at Aspen Art Museum provides a career-spanning overview of a unique artistic voice dedicated to diverse materials, forms, and media.
Kiah Butcher: Still Theatre, a video-based exhibition in Denver, engages the history of Renaissance portraiture in both playful and critical ways.
Denver Digerati, under the direction of executive director and chief curator Sharifa Lafon, looks to change up its digital arts and educational programming in 2023.
Anuar Maauad’s project brings up a question born of our contemporary political context: who controls one’s body and its off-shoots?
The serape-style murals and public-art pieces of Birdseed Collective co-founder Anthony Garcia Sr. are integral to Denver’s urban infrastructure.
Albuquerque artist Caroline Liu paints images that teeter between the real and the imaginary.
Albuquerque-based artist Welly Fletcher’s sculptural practice activates lines that question normative gender roles, sexual orientation, and identity.
“Being Born is Just Plagiarizing Your Parents”: An Interview with Good Actors Author Sommer Browning
Denver poet, librarian, gallerist, and comedian Sommer Browning talks about her new book Good Actors and how it relates to other art forms and interests.
The Agnes Martin Gallery at the Harwood Museum in Taos, New Mexico embodies Yi-Fu Tuan’s concept of mythic space.
Robert Burnier's exhibition Song Cycle at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver features small acrylic-on-aluminum wall sculptures folded into aesthetically and conceptually compelling shapes.
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.