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Daniel Pitín: Cover Story

Daniel Pitín: Cover Story

October 18–February 3

Visual Rhythm

July 5 – September 9

Face to Face / Beverly McIver

Face to Face / Beverly McIver

In this exhibition, we come face to face with this exceptional artist as a powerful black woman facing her demons and her strengths.

Fountain / Andrea Modica

Fountain / Andrea Modica

Andrea Modica’s work is neither defined as documentary photography or portraiture.

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 [...]

The Science Club / Erika Wanenmacher

The Science Club / Erika Wanenmacher

September 26-December 27, 2008
Wanenmacher is widely recognized for her ongoing interest and intrigue in the conflict between nature and culture with a large body of her work derived from New Mexico’s atomic history. As a multi-media artist, Wanenmacher moves seamlessly between her contemporary use of audio and video to woodcarvings, hand-stitched quilts and the re-appropriation [...]

About Us / Mark Addison, Curator

About Us / Mark Addison, Curator

“About Us” is art about who we are and how we live.
This exhibit shows work “About Us” in a broad range of media. The art dates from the 1970s to now. There are well-known artists and not-so-well-known artists. They come from four continents and from Colorado.
Artists included in this exhibition are:
Laylah Ali
Ricky Armendariz
[...]

A Taste of China / Wang Jing

A Taste of China / Wang Jing

BMoCA is happy to host guest curator Dr. David Raddock, who is an expert on China and one of the first scholars to publish on Chinese avant-garde art. With a doctorate in Chinese Studies and Political Science from Columbia University, David taught Asian Politics at the University of Texas and intermittently worked as Research Associate [...]

In Transition / Yumi Roth

In Transition / Yumi Roth

Yumi Janairo Roth was born in Eugene, Oregon and raised in Chicago, Illinois and Reston, Virginia. One side of her family hails from the Philippines while the other side can be traced to the early American settlers, positioning Roth as both subject and agent of colonialism. Her work as an artist is not rooted separately [...]

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 [...]

Lani Irwin

Lani Irwin

JUNE 1 – SEPTEMBER 1, 2007 — Following a trip to Assisi, Italy in 1977, Irwin began to focus her art along the themes of early Italian painting, such as surface pattern and the intricate spatial relationships inherent to Renaissance frescoes. Her art combines a meticulously crafted surface with ambiguous figurative compositions that provoke and [...]

Alan Feltus

Alan Feltus

JUNE 1 – SEPTEMBER 1, 2007– Feltus’ work is inspired by medieval art, the Renaissance, and surrealiism He counts as some of his strongest influences Giotto, de Chirico, and Balthus. His formal paintings take the viewer into a tantalizing visual narrative where gesture, gaze, and object express volumes of inscrutable emotion.
These exhibitions have been made [...]

Passage to Summer / Halim Al-Karim

Born in Najaf, Iraq Halim Al-Karim is a refugee living in Amsterdam. His work reflects the notion that our existence is not our destiny. Al-Karim’s art is not an example of the brutality he has survived but the outward representation of the sublime dreams of his own inner world. His art offers symbolic shelter to [...]

Transit Glyphs / Jimi Billinsley

NOVEMBER 3, 2006 – JANUARY 27, 2007 – New York artist Jimi Billingsley’s photographic series “Transit Glyphs” contextualizes window graffiti on the elevated train lines of Brooklyn and Queens. Photographing through scratched, etched and marked subway windows, he captures the beauty of the urban landscape, ultimately merging place and meaning.

A Cut Above / James Surls

A Cut Above / James Surls

AUGUST 11 – OCTOBER 14, 2006 — James Surls is an internationally recognized artist, formerly from Texas, who lives and works in Colorado. He creates sculptures in wood and metal, as well as drawings and prints, using abstract figurative imagery derived in part from primitive mythologies of the American Southwest. His works have been shown [...]

Language Imagined / Emmi Whitehorse

Language Imagined / Emmi Whitehorse

MAY 12 – JULY 29, 2006 — Born and raised on the Navajo reservation in northwestern New Mexico, Emmi Whitehorse, in her abstract paintings, elegantly fuses the physical and metaphysical, natural and cultural, modern and traditional. Trained in the techniques of modern painting, she consistently and effortlessly infuses each piece in subject matter drawn from [...]

Risky Places / Virginia Maitland

Risky Places / Virginia Maitland

JANUARY 13 – APRIL 15, 2006 — Since the age of twelve, Virginia Maitland has never wavered from the life of a full-time painter. She was educated in the 1960s at the distinguished Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and moved to Boulder in 1970. In 1979 she lived and painted in a loft in [...]




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