At the Braddock Carnegie Library, art sits alongside other lending collections, including books of course, but also puppets and tools.
Adam Milner is an artist working across various media to interrogate and create archives and collections related to the body or the self. He recently mined the Andy Warhol Museum archives in search of symbolic and actual body parts, and then temporarily interspersed his own bodily mementos throughout the archive. He has also exhibited at the Aspen Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Casa Maauad (Mexico City), Gildar Gallery (Denver) and David B. Smith Gallery (Denver). He received his MFA from Carnegie Mellon University.
The Beauty and Anxiety of Seeing Myself, and My Partner, in a Portrait
I forget if we asked Danny Ferrell to paint us or if it was his idea, but I was surprised to feel so much when I saw the painting for the first time at an art fair.
Falling in Love with a Felix Gonzalez-Torres Go-Go Dancer
During a recent visit to David Zwirner, I was transfixed by the dancer performing on a Gonzalez-Torres sculpture, so I decided to track him down.
Why Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Colorado Project Succeeded Despite Its Failure
“Over the River” was never about the sculpture, it was about the attempt.