Support a small visual arts nonprofit by purchasing this book, which highlights 35 artworks in spaces like mining towns, modernist chapels, and cars.
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.
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.
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.
Contemporary artists working at the intersection of inclusivity, diversity, and public space are encouraged to apply by March 31.
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.
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.
Between Us amplifies how we move through cities with small, but surprising interruptions to routines.
Artist Adriana Corral will install a flag that depicts the Mexican golden eagle and the American bald eagle, claws connecting.
Beneath a disused bus station in downtown Denver, the Mexican artist collective SANGREE has shed light on the ruins of an ancient condominium complex that never existed.
A new nonprofit “nomadic contemporary art museum,” known as Black Cube, just launched in Denver.