Breakthroughs at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver showcases the work of 18 alumni of RedLine, a local arts nonprofit celebrating its 15th anniversary.
Sommer Browning is a poet, writer, curator, artist, and librarian. Her latest book is Good Actors (Birds, LLC; 2022), and she is the author of two collections of poetry, an artist book, a joke book, and others. In 2017, she founded GEORGIA, an art space in her garage in Denver. Her poetry, art writing, and visual art have appeared in numerous publications.
Taking Landscape Painting to New Heights
Beau Carey and Ian Fishers’ exhibition considers our relationship to the earth, from the top down.
Georgia O’Keeffe, Reframed
A new exhibition at the Denver Art Museum renders the artist’s persona through newly identified photographs.
Marina Kassianidou Is Interested in the Leftovers
The artist’s work quietly asks: How do we read and write the world we live in?
Floyd D. Tunson Looks Back at Five Decades of Work
His career retrospective “Ascent” vibrates with history, influences, and desires, plus a little side-eye and humor.
Two Artists Brought Together by the Sublime Mysteries of Existence
Cory Feder and Diego Medina’s collaboration in Wonder Holy Ladder is an antidote to the ubiquitous transactional relationships of the 21st century.