Todd Dobbs’s captivating journey of AI-generated imagery and its complex relationship with human perception—packaged in a witty exploration of art and technology—challenges assumptions about the “typical American.”
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.
Rough Gems, a curatorial fellowship at Denver’s Union Hall, provides funding and gallery space for emerging local curators.
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.
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.
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.
Contemporary woodworker Autumn T. Thomas has developed a collection that speaks to her embrace of ancestry, community, and exploration of self.
Anuar Maauad’s project brings up a question born of our contemporary political context: who controls one’s body and its off-shoots?
Doug Kacena, owner of Denver art gallery K Contemporary, replaces art-world stuffiness with swagger through stylish and attention-grabbing kicks.