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Visual Rhythm

July 5 – September 9

Ropes / Pattie Lee Becker

Ropes / Pattie Lee Becker

In this exhibition of drawings and sculptures, Becker, a recent transplant from Brooklyn, explores the boundaries and beauty in the seemingly mundane materiality of ropes.

The Surface and Beneath / Heather Wilcoxon

The Surface and Beneath / Heather Wilcoxon

Heather Wilcoxon’s paintings lie in the intersection between folk art, outsider art and expressionism.

Pure Pleasure

Pure Pleasure

June 5-September 6, 2009
Opening Reception, Fri. June 5 from 6:30-8pm
Members preview from 5:30-6:30pm
After our five month closure due to building renovations, “Pure Pleasure” will highlight the rich and varied talents of a renowned group of artists well- known in the region. In diverse media, including photography, painting, ceramics, and installation, these artists explore the boundaries [...]

Jezebel / Carla Gannis

Jezebel / Carla Gannis

Carla Gannis’s Jezebels rail at the mythology, history and stereotypes that have shaped and defined femininity within our collective unconsciousness for many generations. This archetype is not a single woman but a compilation of multidimensional characters playing in turn the nonconformist, social beauty, revolutionary, wanton sex goddess, victim and superhero. Using appropriated iconography from classic [...]

Ideology of Paradise / Hiroshi Watanabe

Ideology of Paradise / Hiroshi Watanabe

Hiroshi Watanabe was born in Sapporo, Japan and currently living in Los Angeles. His photographic series The “Ideology of Paradise” turns its lens to the richness of North Korea, a country that is self-described as paradise. His understanding of the country was colored by stories of the political kidnapping of Japanese nationals, the governmental abuse [...]

Weather Report: Art and Climate Change

Weather Report: Art and Climate Change

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SEPTEMBER 14 – DECEMBER 21, 2007 — “Weather Report: Art and Climate Change” is an exhibition curated by internationally renowned critic, art historian, and writer Lucy R. Lippard. It is presented in collaboration with EcoArts.
This exhibit [...]

David Zimmer

David Zimmer

JUNE 1 – SEPTEMBER 1, 2007 — Installation artist David Zimmer exhibits a new series of his intriguing sculptures that manage to be simultaneously retro and futuristic. This new work combines a Victorian sensibility with post-modern technology.
These exhibitions have been made possible by a generous donation from Faegre & Benson LLP.

My America / Christopher Morris

My America / Christopher Morris

Over the past 20 years photojournalist Christopher Morris has concentrated the greater part of his work on war, having documented more than 18 foreign conflicts. In 2000 Morris started producing a series of work, “My America,” while covering the first and second administrations of President George W. Bush for TIME magazine. Over the past six [...]

Society of the Spectacle (A Digital Remix) / DJRABBI

NOVEMBER 3, 2006 – JANUARY 27, 2007 – “Society of the Spectacle (A Digital Remix)” a ten-minute DVD art-loop uses source material from the writing, images, recordings, and other psychogeographical wanderings of arch-Situationist and French philosopher Guy Debord. The art work is composed by members of DJRABBI, a digital art collective of political activists, and [...]

Hybrids / Ligia Bouton

AUGUST 11 – OCTOBER 14, 2006 — Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Ligia Bouton’s video based works emphasize performance. Within the medium of performance Bouton reenacts simple ideas such as, body language, personal space, everyday tasks and makes a parody from their repetitive nature. Her work has been exhibited throughout the country and recently, was [...]

Mica Chamber / Rebecca DiDomenico

Mica Chamber / Rebecca DiDomenico

MAY 12 – JULY 29, 2006 — Mica Chamber, Rebecca DiDomenico’s site-specific installation is made up of more than 10,000 rectangles of mica, covering 10,000 black and white images representing a variety of life, from personal to universal, from particular to general. The chamber represents the visual strata of life, a unique cross-section of an [...]

Maps / John Matlack

Maps / John Matlack

JANUARY 13 – APRIL 15, 2006 — “These paintings and monotype/drawings are made up of layers that are built up, scraped off, and crisscrossed into sliding planes of color. They refer to aerial landscape patterns and tectonic geologic strata, as well as rural industrialism, industrial tourism, the power grid, and a certain latent spirituality. They [...]

Fields / Tsehai Johnson

Fields / Tsehai Johnson

SEPTEMBER 16 – DECEMBER 31, 2005 — This July has been a busy month for Denver-based artist Tsehai Johnson. Along with finishing a new exhibition, Fields, for BMoCA, Johnson was put into the political hot seat for a body of work loosely based on sex toys produced in 2000. Weathering the storm, she will unveil [...]

Biography: Aging and the Grammar of Death / Alfredo De La Rosa

Biography: Aging and the Grammar of Death / Alfredo De La Rosa

JUNE 24 – SEPTEMBER 3, 2005 — This exhibit is a conceptual installation of 128 digital images about aging, but also dealing with the effects of cultural memory on personal memory. To achieve this he graphically tackles such issues as gender and sexual politics, race, and religion. De la Rosa describes the project as creating, [...]




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