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.
Complementing and circumventing traditional gallery relationships, artists in Colorado find financial and material support through corporate and private clients via third-party advisors.
Rough Gems, a curatorial fellowship at Denver’s Union Hall, provides funding and gallery space for emerging local curators.
The meek, reverent sculptures of Marguerite Humeau’s Orisons puncture 160 acres of unusable potato farmland in Hooper, Colorado, offering healing to a sandhill crane nesting ground undergoing megadrought.
agriCULTURE: Art Inspired by the Land looks at the many intersections between art and agriculture, helping viewers create new connections to farms and farming in Boulder County, Colorado.
Scorpio Palace, the creation of Lauren Zwicky and Michael Stone, invites visitors to experience community-focused hypnotic art and music while keeping alive the spirit of DIY creative incubator Rhinoceropolis.
The Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries in the Denver Art Museum have a whole new energy, thanks to Rory Padeken, whose thoughtful curation led to reorganizing the spaces by theme.
Colorado Photographic Arts Center’s New Location Brings Welcome Changes to the Sixty-Year-Old Organization
Colorado Photographic Arts Center, considered a regional hub for the art of photography since 1963, recently moved into new and improved quarters in Denver's Golden Triangle cultural district.
At Denver Month of Video, Experience a Medley of Video Art, Exhibitions, Performance Art, and Untraditional Cinema
Denver Month of Video founders Jenna Maurice and Adán De La Garza present a diverse array of video arts throughout July 2023 at venues across the city.
Bobbi Walker, owner and curator of Walker Fine Art, blends aesthetics with business in her downtown Denver space that seeks to recast the “commercial gallery” stigma.
Junk Drawer is an inclusive queer techno dance party in Denver featuring installations by local artists who bring together social-justice politics and joy.
In From Source to Mouth, artist Erin Elder takes a multifaceted, community-sourced approach to researching Monument Creek in Colorado Springs.
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.
“Sorry about this”: On Sam Grabowska’s psychotherapeutic virtual installation Intake at Understudy, Denver
Sam Grabowska’s psychotherapeutic virtual installation Intake, on view at Denver’s Understudy gallery empowers participants to choreograph uncomfortable intimacies and thereby find solace.
William Havu Gallery presents Changing Shapes, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Hyunmee Lee, with an opening reception on Friday, May 12, 5-8 pm in Denver.
Breakthroughs: A Celebration of RedLine at 15 at Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art showcases the forward leaps of eighteen artist alumni from RedLine Contemporary Art Center’s residency program.
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.
Joel Swanson and other neon artists, with the help of Denver institution Morry's Neon Signs, are fueling a new wave of neon conceptual art.
In Pueblo, Colorado, a stacked and growing arts community supports high-quality arts programming that is accessible to everyone, including those who have fled unsustainable inflation in the big city.
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.
Reflecting on Weather Report, Lucy Lippard’s 2007 exhibition in Boulder, Colorado, Paige Hirschey discusses how the field of eco art has changed.
The Gift, a creative and scientific immersive art installation at Colorado College, considers diverse social, cultural, and ethical perspectives in science.
In Speaking with Light, Contemporary Indigenous Photographers Showcase Their Lenses at the Denver Art Museum
Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography, a first-of-its-kind retrospective now at the Denver Art Museum, celebrates Native culture while confronting settler colonialism.
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.
The group exhibition Entanglements looks at the many ways humans impact the environment, revealing a tangled and often fraught web of relationships with nature.
The making of The Thief Collector, a true-crime documentary about the theft of Willem de Kooning’s Woman-Ochre, parallels the Arizona Museum of Art’s journey of prepping the artwork for display after a thirty-seven-year absence.
Contemporary woodworker Autumn T. Thomas has developed a collection that speaks to her embrace of ancestry, community, and exploration of self.
Kimball’s Peak Three Theater has closed after the death of owner Kimball Bayles. Community leaders are coming together to try to save Colorado Springs’s only independent movie theater.
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.
Gregg Deal's exhibition Esoo Tubewade Nummetu (This Land Is Ours) in Colorado Springs doesn’t sugarcoat the historic and contemporary injustices Native people encounter in mainstream American culture and society.
Anuar Maauad’s project brings up a question born of our contemporary political context: who controls one’s body and its off-shoots?
Join us at Critical Commons, a lively panel discussion and Q+A exploring the current state of art criticism and art writing in Denver and the greater Southwest at RedLine Contemporary Art Center.