Exhibits

“Hot and Cold”, an art exhibition by Nicole Korbe and James Garnett

At NKollectiv, June 21–July 14, 2024 ~ (Denver) NKollectiv presents “Hot and Cold”, an art exhibition featuring gallery owner and artist Nicole Korbe with guest artist James Garnett, on view June 21-July 14, 2024, at 960 Santa Fe Drive. In the most literal sense, the title refers to the mediums and techniques in which they […]

Artists on Santa Fe presents “Saturated”

With Kathy Friesz with Helen Rudy, July 3-27, 2024 ~ (Denver, CO) Artist on Santa Fe Gallery features abstract paintings by Kathy Friesz and art glass by Helen Rudy in their exhibition entitled “Saturated”, on view July 3-27, 2024, at 747 Santa Fe Drive. Opening on First Friday, the public is also invited to an Artist Reception on July […]

Denver Art Museum presents The Skeletal World of José Guadalupe Posada in Oct. 2023

Iconic Mexican political lithographer has influenced generations of Latin American artists with satirical depth and social engagement ~ DENVER – Sept. 6, 2023 – The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will present The Skeletal World of José Guadalupe Posada, the 19th-century Mexican artist and lithographer whose illustrations of skeletal figures known as “calaveras” and “catrinas” have become an […]

Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography Focuses on Native Voices and Perspectives

Featuring New and Recent Works by More than 30 Indigenous Photographers, opens at the Denver Art Museum February 2023 ~ DENVER – The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will present Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography, one of the first major museum surveys to explore the practices of Indigenous photographers working over the past three decades. Featuring […]

Denver Art Museum presents Rugged Beauty: Antique Carpets from Western Asia in winter 2022

More than 40 artworks explore the craftsmanship of carpet weaving in west Asia over six centuries ~ Carpets from Western Asia, opening December 2022. This exhibition opens a window into the artistic and utilitarian innovations of weavers, domestic consumption and the cross-cultural exchanges between present-day Turkey, Iran and the Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia) from […]