Eamon Ore-Giron invites the viewer to consider culture as a collective, living concept that evolves through destabilizing identity.
Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Removing Suicide as the Filter for Experiencing Francesca Woodman’s Photography
From an uncovered box of photographs and ephemera, a portrayal of Francesca Woodman emerges that sheds new light on the enigmatic photographer.
Color-blind Museumgoers in Denver Can Now See Art in Full Color
This week, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver began its partnership with EnChroma glasses, which offers lenses engineered for people with color vision deficiency.
Paintings that Expose the Spirit Within the Body
In Jenny Morgan’s exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, death lurks in her compositions.
Ryan McGinley’s Polaroids of the Uninhibited Youthful Body
Who wouldn’t find the possibilities and uncertainty of youth captivating?
A Garden of Ceramic Delights
Kim Dickey’s exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver is a strange environment of animals, plants, gardens, and floral forms rendered in clay.
Marilyn Minter’s Dirty Visions of Foods, Faces, and Feet
DENVER — Marilyn Minter’s life’s work, four decades of which are brought together in Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, presents the viewer with a Lacanian mirror.
The Improvised Body: The Reemergence of Senga Nengudi
The artist Senga Nengudi was recently honored with dual retrospectives of her work at Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art and RedLine Gallery. The MCA featured the black and brown pantyhose of her long-running R.S.V.P. series, which was stretched, contorted, and knotted into abstract echoes of everything from hair and genitalia to masks and musical notation.