Retrospectives of Chicana artist Amalia Mesa-Bains and Mohawk artist Shelley Niro are among the projects supported by the foundation.
Lenka Clayton and Phillip Andrew Lewis Examine the 600 Million Year History of Their Studio Space
Through “Historic Site,” an 8-foot-tall plaque and Historic Sight, a year-long rotating exhibition in Pittsburgh, the Black Cube Fellows investigate how history is constructed, remembered, and retold.
An Artist Inserts Sculptures Into the Everyday of NYC
In lieu of a gallery, Adam Milner’s sculptures can be seen all around New York City — from a bodega to a dog’s collar.
On World Book Day, Pick Up Black Cube’s Survey on Site-specific Art Projects
Support a small visual arts nonprofit by purchasing this book, which highlights 35 artworks in spaces like mining towns, modernist chapels, and cars.
Alejandro Almanza Pereda’s Sensorial Film on the Ancient Process of Brickmaking in Western Mexico
Using sounds, textures, and multi-layered images, Almanza Pereda’s film is both subtle documentary and lyrical abstraction. Catch the premiere on Black Cube’s YouTube channel on February 26 at 7pm MST.
Black Cube, a Nomadic Art Museum, Releases Limited-edition Hardcover Monograph
The book surveys site-specific art projects produced by Black Cube in unusual places like abandoned bus terminals, gold mining towns, iconic modernist chapels, and even cars.
“Impossible Sites,” a COVID-19 Artist Relief Award, Is Open for Submissions
The nomadic art museum Black Cube will select five sketch submissions from US-based artists, who will be included in an online zine and awarded $650 each. The deadline to apply is June 5.
Black Cube, a Nomadic Art Museum, Seeks Site-Specific Artwork Proposals for 2020 Fellowship
Contemporary artists working at the intersection of inclusivity, diversity, and public space are encouraged to apply by March 31.
Where Artists and Amazon Workers Align
I saw The Fulfillment Center months ago, but as time passed it wore on me and I became increasingly concerned about the workers — I mean artists — and more ambivalent about the commodities — I mean art.
Black Cube’s The Fulfillment Center Considers the Role of Warehouses
This show considers the changing context of warehouses under the digital economy. On view at Black Cube’s newly opened headquarters in Denver, CO through December 7, 2019.
A Denver Art Project Envisions Alleys as Social Spaces
Between Us amplifies how we move through cities with small, but surprising interruptions to routines.
Commemorating US-Mexico Collaboration on a Farm Where Guest Workers Toiled
Artist Adriana Corral will install a flag that depicts the Mexican golden eagle and the American bald eagle, claws connecting.