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Art Safari with Bobbi Walker: Highlights from the Denver Art Scene


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PLUMP, PUCKER, SQUISH: CLAIRE ASHLEY
August 11 – 28

Claire Ashley’s vibrant inflatables embrace and amplify the slippery, blurred lines between painting, sculpture, installation, and performance.

TRAVELING EXHIBITION
through September 17, 2022

The works on view speak to our human desire to travel and our ability to reflect experiences through art making that at one time inspire us and at another moment intrigue us enough to ask more questions.

BANANA CRAZE
August 26 – October 22

Banana Craze looks at the 120-year history of the banana monoculture through the contemporary work of 9 international artists. Cultivate looks at food access and justice through a local lens with 7 Colorado-based artists.

SUBTERRALIEN
through August 28, 2022

Artist, film maker and puppeteer Andy Linderkamp uses techniques from building sets for film and television to complete the journey to examine the moment perhaps art and music were born. The music of Greg Gisbert and Michael Lenssen transport you into the ancient past, deep underground.

END OF SILENCE: A PUNK SURVEY OF GREGG DEAL
August 12 – October 9

This exhibition, similar to a Punk rock anthem, amplifies Indigenous erasure and captures an honest and authentically articulated experience and thus ends the silence.

PROCESS: MAKING THINGS ON THE WAY TO MAKING OTHER THINGS
August 12 – September 25

Artists from ASLD’s past and present join in this 35th Anniversary Exhibit all about the creative process and what we make on the way to making finished works of art.


GLOBAL ART NEWS

Women Artists of the Middle East and South Asia Are Reinventing Miniature Painting

New York–based artist, Shahzia Sikander, is a leading figure in a wave of Middle Eastern and South Asian women artists reclaiming miniature painting to tell their stories of transcendence and corporeality. She and fellow artists like Hayv KahramanArghavan KhosraviHamra Abbas, and Hiba Schahbaz defy the tradition’s visual and conceptual style through their own technical and narrative complexities.

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