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JONATHAN PARKER | NEW + RECENT WORKS

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Take a brief look in this virtual walkthrough at artist Jonathan Parker’s painted, sewn constructions in the artist’s recently concluded exhibition at Robischon Gallery.

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ANA MARÍA HERNANDO | GEOMETRÍAS TIERNAS

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Enjoy a brief virtual walkthrough of Colorado-based artist Ana María Hernando’s vibrant and dynamic 2022 solo exhibition entitled “Geometrías Tiernas” at Robischon Gallery. The Argentinian-born artist’s innovative tulle artworks serve as a rejoinder to the traditional mark-making and spacial concerns of conventional geometric abstraction.

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BARBARA TAKENAGA | COMMON LANGUAGE

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Listen as artist Barbara Takenaga discusses the importance of common language amidst a multiplicity of interpretations within her vivid abstract paintings. The series, previously on view at Robischon Gallery in the artist’s extensive 2022 solo exhibition “Outliers,” invites the viewer into a mesmerizing experience of dynamic movement, contemplative line, and iridescent form that imagines worlds both microscopic and macrocosmic.

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OMAR CHACÓN | REFERENCING

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Enjoy this brief conversation with Colombian-born and New York-based artist Omar Chacón. Listen as Chacón discusses the inspiration and references behind his extensive series of signature dynamic acrylic paintings in the artist’s solo exhibition entitled “Variaciones Chuecas (Crooked Variations).” 

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OMAR CHACÓN | PROCESS

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Colombian-born and New York-based artist Omar Chacón explains his process and personal motivation behind his signature acrylic paintings in the artist’s extensive 2022 solo exhibition “Variaciones Chuecas (Crooked Variations).”

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BARBARA TAKENAGA | Randomness + Control

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Listen as New York artist Barbara Takenaga discusses the dialectic of randomness and control within her very large-scale painting entitled “Blue Five,” on view at Robischon Gallery in the artist’s extensive 2022 solo exhibition “Outliers.” 

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KATE PETLEY | On Process

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Colorado-based artist Kate Petley discusses the inspiration and process behind her mixed media series at Robischon Gallery in her previous 2022 solo exhibition entitled “This Bright Day.” 

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KATE PETLEY | This Bright Day

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Enjoy this virtual gallery walk-through featuring artist Kate Petley’s exuberant solo exhibition entitled “This Bright Day."  Petley’s large, medium, and small-scale mixed media series focuses on a luminous and layered photographic process that intentionally slows the looking experience through a nuanced use of surface treatments, color, and shadow.

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DEBORAH ZLOTSKY | Galatea

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Enjoy this virtual walk-through of artist Deborah Zlotsky’s vibrant solo exhibition entitled “Galatea.” Zlotsky’s signature syntax of contours, stripes, planes, and surprising trompe l’oeil passages celebrate compositional incongruities as the artist explores the intersection between visual language and lived experience.

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TOM JUDD | Altered States

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Enjoy Tom Judd’s collagist sensibility and highly abstracted point of view in this virtual walkthrough of the artist’s exhibition “Altered States.” In his fourth solo at Robischon Gallery, Judd’s poetic visual language and improvisational mode allow the viewer to enter both the artist’s narrative and sense of abstraction through historical imagery and bold, unexpected color.

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TERRY MAKER | Cure All

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Enjoy Terry Maker’s bold and humorous sculpture and installation works in this brief virtual walk-through of the artist’s “Cure All” exhibition. In Maker’s eighth solo at Robischon Gallery, the artist revitalizes and re-assigns new meaning to identifiable forms through context and exaggerated scale. 

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GARY EMRICH | DIBS

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Take a brief look at Gary Emrich’s video installation work and planetary paintbrush objects in the artist’s solo exhibition “DIBS.” This virtual walkthrough presents Emrich’s celestial and thought-provoking inquiry into the impacts of American conquest and Westward Expansion.

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WALTER ROBINSON | Promises

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Walter Robinson’s oversized toy-like, polychrome wood, and resin sculptures are featured in this brief virtual walk-through of the artist’s solo exhibition “Promises.” Robinson’s beguiling, unnerving, and beautifully built sculptures boldly convey potent political observations with wry, sharp-witted humor. 

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PACO POMET | Endings

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Witness Paco Pomet’s enigmatic and surrealistic approach to painting in this virtual walkthrough of the artist’s current exhibition “Endings.” In his second solo at Robischon Gallery, Pomet’s newest works use color to amplify the moment as he turns his eye to the past and comments on present world events with deep understanding and an often-wry intentionally confounding twist.

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APPLIED MATTER | Sequence 3: DEBORAH ZLOTSKY + MARCELYN MCNEIL + DAVID FOUGHT

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Enjoy sequence 3 from the gallery’s partial walk-through of the exhibition “APPLIED MATTER.” This video segment features the work of artists Deborah Zlotsky, Marcelyn McNeil, and David Fought whose varied approaches to material and process emphasize the curvilinear as well as the linear through optical play and repetition of both space and surface. Zlotsky, McNeil, and Fought were three of eleven distinctive artists featured in the exhibition which also highlighted new and recent abstraction by artists Barbara Takenaga, Terry Maker, Omar Chacón, Wendi Harford, Jonathan Parker, Ted Larsen, Derrick Velasquez, and Reed Danziger.

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APPLIED MATTER | Sequence 2: REED DANZIGER + DERRICK VELASQUEZ + OMAR CHACON + WENDI HARFORD

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Enjoy this brief Sequence 2 video of the gallery’s partial walk-through of the exhibition “APPLIED MATTER.” This video segment features the work of artists Reed Danziger, Derrick Velasquez, Omar Chacón, and Wendi Harford, whose varied approaches to material and process produce compelling experiences of form, texture, and color. Danziger, Velasquez, Chacón, and Harford were four of eleven distinctive artists presented in the exhibition which also highlighted new and recent abstraction by artists Barbara Takenaga, Terry Maker, Deborah Zlotsky, Marcelyn McNeil, David Fought, Jonathan Parker, and Ted Larsen.

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APPLIED MATTER | Sequence 1: BARBARA TAKENAGA + TERRY MAKER

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Take a brief virtual tour through the highly complex cosmological imagery of artists Barbara Takenaga and Terry Maker in this partial gallery walk-through of Robischon Gallery’s group exhibition “APPLIED MATTER.” Takenaga and Maker are two of eleven distinctive artists featured in the exhibition which also highlights new and recent abstraction by artists Omar Chacón, Wendi Harford, Deborah Zlotsky, Marcelyn McNeil, David Fought, Jonathan Parker, Ted Larsen, Derrick Velasquez, and Reed Danziger.

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DEBORAH DANCY | A Faint Light

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Take a virtual tour with artist Deborah Dancy through part one of her extensive solo exhibition entitled “A Faint Light” at Robischon Gallery. The artist’s large-scale signature abstractions on both canvas and paper reveal her bold brushwork, unexpected use of color, and structural sense of line. Exhibited alongside Dancy’s paintings is the politically minded “Oblivion” series with its poignant and sardonic altered porcelain figurines and mixed media works on paper.

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DEBORAH DANCY | A Faint Light | OBLIVION Series

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Take a virtual tour with artist Deborah Dancy through part two of her extensive solo exhibition entitled “A Faint Light” at Robischon Gallery. The artist’s large-scale signature abstractions on both canvas and paper reveal her bold brushwork, unexpected use of color, and structural sense of line. Exhibited alongside Dancy’s paintings is the politically minded “Oblivion” series with its poignant and sardonic altered porcelain figurines and mixed media works on paper.

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DEBORAH DANCY | A Studio Visit | On Painting

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In this brief studio excerpt, enjoy a visit with Robischon Gallery artist Deborah Dancy as she provides insight into the visual language and conceptual framework behind her signature large-scale abstract paintings. In Dancy’s “A Faint Light,” the artist’s extensive second solo exhibition at the gallery, the large-scale paintings anchor the main space while numerous works on paper and altered narrative sculptures occupy the adjoining galleries.

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DEBORAH DANCY | A Studio Visit | A Million Black Stars

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As communities across the U.S. mourn the loss of so many including George Floyd, Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo, and Colorado’s Elijah McClain, listen as Robischon Gallery artist Deborah Dancy discusses the weight of racism and the reality of police brutality as it relates to her own lived experience. Part of her larger solo exhibition at the gallery, Dancy’s timely and ongoing paired mixed media drawing series entitled “The Weight of a Million Black Stars” and “Oblivion” convey a deeply felt expression of the fragility of human life as compounded by profound racial oppression.

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Edie Winograde + Gary Emrich

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Focusing on the American West from an unexpected stance, artists Gary Emrich and Edie Winograde explore a range of impactful topics in three unique photographic series. Through their distinctive practices, the artists alter commonplace Western narratives and subjects through a direct observational lens—marrying prescribed historical imagery while illuminating complex contemporary realities. As Robischon Gallery’s video portfolio series concludes, in tandem with Denver’s Month of Photography, consider each artist’s novel and provocative view surrounding the claiming of the West. Through Emrich’s uncommon visual language and process-driven alterations, and Winograde’s re-examination of the country’s sorted past through a present-day American subculture, the artists reveal both the absurdity and the gravity of their subjects all at once. 

 

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: David Maisel

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As Denver’s Month of Photography continues, we venture back into the diverse body of work of Robischon Gallery artist David Maisel. For over thirty years, Maisel has photographed a variety of subjects—from aerial views of compromised landscapes to referential objects such as the copper containers of cremated human remains depicted in his series entitled “Library of Dust.” View this earlier studio presentation as Maisel describes the series’ compelling subject matter and its potent historical context.

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Video courtesy of the artist and Flyp Magazine.  

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: David Sharpe

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In an informative interview, artist David Sharpe discusses both the subject matter and pinhole camera process used in his ongoing “Waterthread” series. Exhibited previously at Robischon Gallery, Sharpe’s work was featured along with artists: Claire Sherman, Allison Gildersleeve, James Benning, Nikki Lindt, Karen Kitchel, and Isabelle Hayeur in an extensive group exhibition entitled “Out Of View

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Maria Friberg

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As part of Robischon Gallery’s bi-weekly video series in conjunction with Denver’s Month of Photography, enjoy a look inside the studio practice of previously exhibited Swedish artist Maria Friberg. Friberg’s hard-won inventive undertakings, resulting in large-scale photographs and video installations, merge the familiar with the unexpected through a hyper-focused and ambitious approach. Utilizing a wide range of imagery in pursuit of an overarching theme, Friberg investigates humanity’s omnipresent struggle to maintain physical, emotional, and spiritual equilibrium in a complex and ever-changing world. Listen, as the artist describes her process and the conceptual framework surrounding four commission works in Barkarby, Stockholm.

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Documentary courtesy of the artist, filmed and edited by Mattias Larson, Magnus Ader Berg, and Henrik Ahnborg.   

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Chuck Forsman and Michael Berman

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Respected artists Chuck Forsman and Michael Berman are known for their sensitive and honest portrayals of the American West as they each turn an artful contemporary lens toward forgotten landscapes and themes of varied land use. Presenting images that highlight the land’s sheer expansiveness and arid topography, intertwined with their observations of human intervention, Forsman’s painterly stance and Berman’s poetic eye, allow for distinctive views and truthful reflections of their chosen terrain. Enjoy a brief look into the photographic work of Forsman and Berman in this newest video installment from Robischon Gallery’s ongoing series, in tandem with Denver’s Month of Photography. New video portfolios are posted bi-weekly throughout March on the gallery’s website, Instagram, and Facebook platforms.

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Edward Burtynsky

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Robischon Gallery’s bi-weekly video series in tandem with Denver’s Month of Photography continues as we review the gallery’s archives and recall the highly influential and varied photographic works of previously exhibited, internationally renowned artist Edward Burtynsky. This video segment offers a glimpse into the remarkable process Burtynsky employs to create his diverse body of work. Whether it’s the artist’s impressive “Water” series, or his awe-inspiring and provocative views of altered landscapes such as the Carrara marble quarries of Italy, the salt pans in India, or the oil fields of the US and Nigeria, Burtynsky’s artful lens bears witness to the complex effects of global manufacturing and consumerism.

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Video excerpt adapted from: “WATERMARK, The Making Of” by Edward Burtynsky and Jennifer Baichwal and “Photographer Spotlight: Edward Burtynsky,” produced by Michael Kurkfeld.

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Elena Dorfman

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As Denver’s Month of Photography continues, enjoy this rarely seen and informative video featuring artist Elena Dorfman as she provides insight into past series and her solo exhibition entitled “Transmutations,” previously installed at Robischon Gallery. Listen, as Dorfman describes how her signature layered approach to photography led her toward the language of large-scale Jacquard tapestries as well as her Chromogenic prints with mixed media, in which the artist incorporates minerals such as gold, silver, copper, nickel, and salt into her studio process.

 

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Sami Al Karim + David Maisel

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The serene and contemplative works of recognized artists David Maisel and Sami Al Karim convey a unique understanding of place in ways both revelatory and truthful. From the unfathomable imagery of David Maisel’s aerial sightings and the breathtaking beauty that he finds amidst the natural world, to Iraqi-born Sami Al Karim’s soulful and complex layered images of land, water, and sky, abstraction plays an interpretive role within the accomplished series of both artists.

 

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MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Bill Armstrong + Kate Petley

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In tandem with Denver’s Month of Photography, Robischon Gallery continues its first week of video portfolios with a collection of images from concept and process-driven artists Bill Armstrong and Kate Petley. Both distinctive artists employ a variety of techniques and diverse materials within their photographic processes to achieve vibrant prints that share a bold and luminous approach toward abstraction. Through meticulous layering and the use of hands-on compositional applications, Armstrong and Petley collapse the boundaries between painting, drawing, and sculpture through the eye of the camera lens. 

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KEVIN O'CONNELL | FOG JOURNAL

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With quietude and a sense of the poetic, Colorado artist Kevin O’Connell brings attention to the layered light and subtle color shifts of the deep woods in his newest series of photographs. The intimate solo exhibition, entitled FOG JOURNAL, is currently on view as part of Denver’s Month of Photography and is the first segment of the artist’s series which includes: Forest, Ocean and Beach. O’Connell’s compelling imagery of the mist and haze of dreamlike forests, provides artful transport through an ancient lens - generously offering a psychological respite from a complex, contemporary world.

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Trine Bumiller "Sheltering"

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Listen as Colorado artist Trine Bumiller addresses the concept and inspiration behind her series entitled Sheltering in a recent interview at Robischon Gallery. The new series of intimate paintings and works on paper offer the familiar nest form as a symbol of humanity’s desire to seek comfort and protection during the pandemic era. 

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"Root + Branch" November 21st - January 9th, 2021

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Robischon Gallery presents ROOT + BRANCH, an extensive group exhibition of nature-based work and abstraction including dynamic massive-scale paintings and small-scale works on paper by Claire Sherman, avian-themed video constructions by David Zimmer, nest paintings on panel and paper by Trine Bumiller, and vivid abstracted landscapes by Allison Gildersleeve.

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Ian Fisher "Cloud Study" November 21st - January 9th, 2021

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Enjoy a brief look at Ian Fisher’s signature atmospheric and cloud form paintings installed at Robischon Gallery for the artist’s intimate solo exhibition entitled “Cloud Study.” The flowing gradients of color and shape celebrate the unending, dynamic skyscape, as well as a shared imagination evoked by the artist’s mark, chosen subject, and the potential of abstraction.

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ADAPT (Iteration 3) October 10th - November 7th, 2020

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Robischon Gallery presents its final installment of an evolving exhibition series in abstraction, entitled “ADAPT (Iteration 3).” The group exhibition series, which began at the beginning of summer 2020, highlights a variety of approaches in abstraction through formal means while investigating material and conceptual concerns. The third iteration of the exhibition culminates in a presentation of geometric-based painting, print, drawing and sculptural artworks, both new and recent, by artists Don Voisine (NY), Kate Petley (CO), Betty Merken (WA), Stephen Westfall (NY) and Linda Fleming (CO/CA).  With a strong sense of architectural space and an uncommon use of light and wide-ranging color, the five abstract artists on view allow for a unique look into the intuitive and adaptive act of art making as a way to see anew.

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HIGH STAKES

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Enjoy this wide-ranging, politically charged video overview of Robischon Gallery’s online “HIGH STAKES” exhibition. Created as a fundraiser, featuring a diverse group of forty-seven artists and their unique artworks, yard sign and protest poster designs, the artists hope to convey a sense of national urgency, hope for unity, interwoven with a bit of dark wit. All proceeds from the purchase of each yard sign or poster, alongside a percentage of the proceeds of each artwork will be donated to select non-profit pursuits of the artists’ choosing, including World Central Kitchen.

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Amy Ellingson "Firmament" July 17 - September 19th, 2020

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Enjoy this brief and informative look at Amy Ellingson’s Robischon Gallery solo exhibition as the artist discusses the intricate processes integral to her practice and the malleability of data within her complex work. Ellingson’s unorthodox approach towards abstraction combines computer algorithms and digital translations with traditional artist methods to create a distinctive visual universe through painting, drawing and sculpture.

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ADAPT (Iteration 2) July 17 - September 19th, 2020

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Take a virtual tour through ADAPT (Iteration 2), the second installation of Robischon Gallery’s evolving group exhibition in abstraction featuring five artists from around the country: Terry Maker (CO), Omar Chacon (NY), Ted Larsen (NM), Wendi Harford (CO), and Betty Merken (WA). Through sculptural and painted means, ADAPT (Iteration 2) provides a look at the artists’ individual ongoing investigations in abstraction which inherently reflect the act of problem solving and offer the viewer a new way to see.

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ADAPT (Iteration 1) Evolving summer exhibition, June 13th - July 3rd, 2020

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Take a virtual tour through ADAPT (Iteration 1), the first installation of Robischon Gallery’s two-part evolving group exhibition in abstraction featuring five artists from around the country: Marcelyn McNeil (TX), Deborah Zlotsky (NY), Ted Larsen (NM), Lloyd Martin (RI), and Wendi Harford (CO). Through sculptural and painted means, ADAPT (Iteration 1) provides a look at the artists’ individual ongoing investigations in abstraction which inherently reflect the act of problem solving and offer the viewer a new way to see.

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Kate Petley "Since Then" June 13th - July 3rd, 2020

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Enjoy listening as Kate Petley discusses her latest abstract works, which are featured in the artist’s Robischon Gallery solo exhibition entitled “Since Then.” The artist speaks on her process, the ways in which she incorporates aspects of sculpture, photography and painting, as well as her relationship with color and luminosity, and reflects on abstraction and its innate power to convey a wealth of human emotion and experience.

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Kahn + Selesnick | Madame Lulu's Book of Fate Video Tour

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A new detailed video tour of Kahn + Selesnick’s Madame Lulu’s Book of Fate.

The encompassing exhibition by the collaborative New York duo follows the artists’ theatrical cast of characters as they animate the narrative in numerous photographs, tarot and augury drawings, sculpture and a large-scale painting of the central carnival character, Madame Lulu. As in previous visual chapters, “Madame Lulu’s Book of Fate” expands upon the imagined purposes and roles of magical, oftentimes mystical, entertainers belonging to the company Truppe Fledermaus and the artists’ overarching series “The Carnival at the End of the World.” Curiously timely, the troop returns once more to reveal flashes of a collective future that seems increasingly uncertain, perilous and absurd. 

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Kahn + Selesnick "Madame Lulu's Book of Fate" April 9th - May 30th, 2020

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Robischon Gallery is pleased to present KAHN + SELESNICK’S exhibition “Madame Lulu’s Book of Fate,” available as a Virtual Viewing experience. Enjoy listening as the New York-based artist duo explore this latest installment of their Truppe Fledermaus narrative, further animated in photographs, drawings, sculptures and a large-scale painting of the central carnival character, Madame Lulu.

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Kahn + Selesnick Studio Series with Lux Art Institute

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In tandem with the current exhibition at Robischon Gallery, Kahn + Selesnick continue with their lively remote interviews with our colleagues at Lux Art Institute, including this in-depth Studio Series video podcast, recorded live on May 1st, 2020. The artists move through their richly symbolic body of work, focusing on the integral relationship between human and Nature. Kahn + Selesnick discuss their various series which have been widely seen and influential over their multi-decade careers including “Scotlandfuturebog,” “Mars,” and the ongoing “Truppe Fledermaus” series, and the ways in which their human-animal subject matter has been enriched by a myriad of art historical references.

 

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Kahn + Selesnick Danse Macabre: An Art Historical In-Conversation with Maura Coughlin

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Featured in a recent episode of the California-based Lux Art Institute’s video podcast series, Kahn + Selesnick’s career-long body of work is looked at through the sharp and poignant art historical lens of Professor Maura Coughlin. Couhglin’s familiarity with Kahn + Selesnick’s work allows for a rich and informative exploration of their complex and detailed narratives, and the varied inspirations which root them.

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Kahn + Selesnick | Studio tour with Lux Art Institute

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As a part of Kahn + Selesnick’s Spring 2020 residency with California’s Lux Art Institute, the artist duo presented a studio talk and tour led by Associate Curator Guusje Sanders for the institute’s On Air series. In tandem with Kahn + Selesnick’s current exhibition at Robischon Gallery, “Madame Lulu’s Book of Fate,” the artist duo and our colleagues at Lux Art Institute offer an insider’s view to current and past projects, while further illuminating the fantastical Truppe Fledermaus narrative, and the incorporation of themes surrounding the rewilding and transformation of native landscapes. Enjoy this Episode 5 of Lux Art Institute’s On Air series, a Studio Visit with Kahn + Selesnick, featuring the artists’ home studio space in New York’s Hudson Valley, via Zoom. 

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Jonathan Parker "Sewn" January 30th - March 21st, 2020

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Enjoy listening as artist Jonathan Parker discusses his solo exhibition entitled “Sewn,” at Robischon Gallery. Parker generously shares the impetus behind his “sewn paintings,” while offering insight on his unique process and material choice.

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Scott Chamberlin "sira" January 30th - March 21st, 2020

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Listen as noted Colorado artist Scott Chamberlin discusses both the process and inspiration behind his solo exhibition “sira,” at Robischon Gallery. Chamberlin’s expertise in ceramic sculptural forms and masteful glazing techniques mix with the manifold art historical representations of the head to produce a distinctively abstract and compelling series.

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TED LARSEN "Stand Up, Buddha" January 30th - March 21st, 2020

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Enjoy seeing Robischon Gallery artist Ted Larsen’s improvisational yet systematic forms constructed from salvaged steel. With intention and wit, Larsen’s uncommon sculptures were featured in his solo exhibition Stand Up, Buddha.

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Deborah Zlotsky "Loopholes" January 30th - March 21st, 2020

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Guggenheim Fellowship recipient Deborah Zlotsky discusses her most recent body of work in her Robischon Gallery solo exhibition entitled “Loopholes.” Zlotsky’s vivid paintings balance precision with the complexity of coincidence and accident; creating abstractions which are layered with surprise and transformation.

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Christian Rex van Minnen at Robischon Gallery

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Listen as artist Christian Rex van Minnen discusses his newest paintings currently on view at Robischon Gallery in his exhibition titled, “Bloom.” Revolving around a particular still life theme, van Minnen creates his decidedly contemporary and unexpected works.

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CHRISTIAN REX VAN MINNEN | Juxtapoz

Writer and curator Sasha Bogojev recently interviewed Christian Rex van Minnen for Juxtapoz Magazine regarding his current exhibition, “Bloom,” at Robischon Gallery. 

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BARBARA TAKENAGA | Manifold

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Barbara Takenaga discusses her expansive offering of work included in her show Manifold at Robischon Gallery.

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DEBORAH ZLOTSKY | Guggenheim Fellowship

Congratulations to Deborah Zlotsky as a 2019 Guggenheim Fellowship recipient.

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Writer Alina Cohen on Kiki Smith: "Inside Kiki Smith’s Magical World" with photographs by Daniel Dorsa.

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ENRIQUE MARTINEZ CELAYA | The Boy: The Witness and Marker 2003 - 2018

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Enrique Martínez Celaya in conversation with NY based Independent Curator, Art Critic and Writer Lilly Wei at Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado - January 17, 2019

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NY based independent curator, art critic and journalist, Lilly Wei’s insightful overview in The Brooklyn Rail of Enrique Martínez Celaya’s Robischon Gallery exhibition, “The Boy: Witness and Marker 2003-2018.”

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WESTWORD | Deborah Dancy, Gary Komarin, Tom Lieber, and Judy Pfaff

Michael Paglia’s overview in Denver Westword for Robischon Gallery's four concurrent solo painting exhibitions in
abstraction featuring: Deborah Dancy, Gary Komarin and Tom Lieber; as well as a separate exhibition of prints by Judy Pfaff.

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Deborah Dancy discusses her show "Turbulence" at Robischon Gallery

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In her exhibition “Turbulence,” Deborah Dancy reveals a nuanced, forward-looking view of abstraction, embracing a kind of provisional sensibility and a refusal of the predictable or overly composed “ideal painting.” Listen as Dancy examines her visual language and process

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Tom Lieber : Mūlas (Nakshatra)

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Listen as Tom Lieber reveals his personal approach to painting and the importance of an authentic mark.

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HYPERALLERGIC | New Territory at The Denver Art Museum

Enjoy the exhibition video and Hyperallergic review of the Denver Art Museum’s “New Territory” exhibition – featuring Robischon artists Gary Emrich, Sami Al Karim and Elena Dorfman.

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JIM SANBORN | Without Provenance

In a fascinating commentary on authenticity, artist Jim Sanborn has worked with American museum conservationists and Cambodian art forgers alike to replicate sculptures from ancient Khmer.

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LINDA FLEMING | “Confluence” at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Gallery of Contemporary Art at UCCS

Linda Fleming’s comprehensive solo exhibition “Confluence” at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Gallery of Contemporary Art at UCCS will feature two monumental public sculptures as well as works in steel, wood, rubber, felt, and paper. 

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MANUEL NERI | The Human Figure in Plaster and on Paper the Yale University Art Gallery

“Manuel Neri: The Human Figure in Plaster and on Paper” is currently on view at the Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, CT) - March 2 through July 8, 2018.

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CHRISTO & JEANNE CLAUDE | “The Mastaba” on The Serpentine lake, Hyde Park, London

Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s temporary floating sculpture titled “The Mastaba” on The Serpentine lake (Hyde Park, London), is nearly completed - on view June 19th through September 9th. The sculpture, which rises over 65 feet above the surface of the lake, is composed of a giant stack of 55-gallon oil barrels, numbering 7,506 in all.

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ANA MARIA HERNANDO | "Undomesticated" Documentary by Amie Knox

The new documentary film on Robischon Gallery artist Ana Maria Hernando entitled "Undomesticated", by Amie Knox and A Bar K Productions, premiers Thursday, May 3rd at Sie Center, Denver Film Society (2510 East Colfax Avenue) at 6pm with a reception to follow.

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EDIE WINOGRADE | Place and Time: Reenactment Pageant

Read the recent review by Hyperallergic’s Kealey Boyd of Edie Winograde’s solo exhibition “Place and Time: Reenactment Pageant” at Robischon Gallery.

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BILL ARMSTRONG | “A Matter of Light” at the Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy

Photographer Bill Armstrong is currently featured in the group exhibition “A Matter of Light” at the Palazzo Reale (Milan, IT) through July 1, 2018.

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LINDA FLEMING / at The Ent Center for the Arts

Linda Fleming’s impressive, steel sculpture “Cloak of the Motion” is currently on view outside the Ent Center for the Arts, which opened last month at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, and will be on loan to the university for up to 2 years. Also at UCCS, Fleming’s upcoming solo exhibition at Marie Walsh Sharpe Gallery of Contemporary Art will be on view from August through November, 2018.

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ANN HAMILTON / at The Hirshhorn Museum

Currently on view at The Hirshhorn Museum (Washington, D.C.) through February 18, 2018, Ann Hamilton’s paper installation “at hand” combines poetry, the sounds of mechanization along with the motorized release of translucent white paper, which gently descends in intervals from the ceiling above.

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DEBORAH DANCY / Parallel Practices

Deborah Dancy is currently featured one of eleven critically acclaimed artists in “Parallel Practices,” on view at the Visual and Performing Arts Center Art Gallery (Western Connecticut State University) - through Sunday, March 4, 2018.

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MANUEL NERI / Assertion of the Figure

Read the recent Hyperallergic review of preeminent sculptor, Manuel Neri’s solo exhibition, “Assertion of the Figure," currently on view at the Anderson Collection museum at Stanford University (Stanford, CA) through February 12, 2018.

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STEPHEN BATURA / at The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

Stephen Batura’s engaging solo exhibition, “River Paintings,” is currently on view at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, through January 21, 2018.

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TED LARSEN / at The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

Sculptor Ted Larsen works with salvaged metals, which allows the artist “to make reference to history, and possibly to the history of art or painting in particular.” Larsen further states, “Artists are constantly in dialogue with our aesthetic antecedents. We build upon these roots and seek to obfuscate or subvert them at the same time."

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JUDY PFAFF / at Messums Wiltshire

Judy Pfaff’s site-specific work titled, “Roots Up,” is currently on view at Messums Wiltshire (Tisbury, UK), through November 26, 2017.

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DERRICK VELASQUEZ / Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant

Big congratulations to Colorado artist, Derrick Velasquez for being recognized as one of this year's recipients of the acclaimed Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grants!

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KIM DICKEY / at the Bernardaud Foundation

Sculptor Kim Dickey’s work is currently in “C’est le Bouquet” - a dynamic exhibition at the Bernardaud Foundation (Limoges, France), on view through February 24, 2018.

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JOHN BUCK / at KANEKO

John Buck’s current exhibition KINETIC at Kaneko in Omaha, Nebraska includes large scale kinetic sculptures, carved wood and bronze sculptures, and monumental woodblock prints.

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ANN HAMILTON / Lower Manhattan Cortlandt Street Station

Ann Hamiliton’s commission for the Lower Manhattan Cortlandt Street subway station on the No. 1 line - which was completely destroyed on September 11, 2001 - will fill approximately 70 percent of the station’s walls with a poetic interwoven text.

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ANA MARIA HERNANDO / Documentary

Enjoy the excerpt of the soon to be released documentary film on Ana Maria Hernando by Amie Knox and A Bar K Productions, highlighting the Boulder artist in her studio.

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AMY ELLINGSON / Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists

Amy Ellingson’s high-impact, large-scale paintings are featured as part of the seven-artist exhibition titled, “Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists,” currently on view at the Newcomb Art Museum (Tulane University, New Orleans, LA) through December 23, 2017.

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WESTWORD / Jae Ko, Ted Larsen, Derrick Velasquez, Kate Petley, Don Voisine and Stephen Westfall

Four current exhibitions at Robischon Gallery: Jae Ko "Flow," Ted Larsen "Insider Influence, The Space Program and Other Specified Domains," Derrick Velasquez "Constant Denial," and "RADIAL: Kate Petley, Don Voisine, and Stephen Westfall," have been extended through Saturday, September 16. 12 – 5pm

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WESTWORD / Out of View

In Robischon Gallery’s current exhibition, Out of View, Claire Sherman’s rich paintings range in scale from monumental to intimate. 

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DERRICK VELASQUEZ / Obstructed View

This is the final week to see Derrick Velasquez's remarkable show "Obstructed View" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, closing Sunday, August 27.

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Robischon Gallery's superlative concurrent solo exhibitions were recently reviewed by Westword's Michael Paglia. 

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TED LARSEN / Flash Art Magazine

The following is a review of Robischon gallery artist Ted Larsen in February's Flash Art Magazine written by Mattia Solari, for a recent exhibition by the artist in Torino, Italy:

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HALIM AND SAMI AL KARIM / Metropolitan State University of Denver, Center for Visual Arts

Robischon Gallery artists Halim Al Karim and Sami Al Karim are two distinctive artists featured in "Presence: Reflections on the Middle East" at the Center for Visual Art.

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ANN HAMILTON / O N E E V E R Y O N E

Ann Hamilton's on-going project, "O N E E V E R Y O N E" and its current Austin, Texas iteration, is featured in a recent article by online arts platform Hyperallergic.

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DON VOISINE / Center for Maine Contemporary Art

Currently exhibited Robischon Gallery artist Don Voisine recently completed an interview with online arts platform, The Finch, discussing work from his Fall 2016 exhibition, "X/V" held at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. 

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KIM DICKEY / "Words Are Leaves" at Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

The impressive mid-career retrospective of Robischon artist Kim Dickey entitled, "Words Are Leaves" is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

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LUCAS FOGLIA / 2016-17 Sygenta Photography Award

Robischon artist Lucas Foglia is shortlisted for the 2016/17 Sygenta Photography Award in the Professional Commission category for his highly regarded "Frontcountry" series which was past-exhibited at Robischon Gallery. 

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ISABELLE HAYEUR / Dikeou Collection

Robischon artist Isabelle Hayeur will be shown Friday, December 16th in a group screening at the Dikeou Pop-up Colfax location in Denver as part of their public film event entitled, "Terra Nullius" - hosted by Collective Misnomer.

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TERRY MAKER / Fulginiti Gallery

Robischon artist Terry Maker's provocative solo exhibition, "Time Release: Medical and Pharmaceutical Constructions" opens December 1st at the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities Art Gallery on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

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CHRISTIAN REX VAN MINNEN / The Vancouver Art Gallery

Robischon artist Christian Rex van Minnen's sensational painting, "Coat of Arms" is currently featured in the travelling group exhibition, "Juxtapoz x Superflat" conceived by the renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakmi and co-curated with Evan Pricco, Editor-in-Chief of Juxtapoz Art & Culture magazine.

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KIM DICKEY / Mid-Career Retrospective at MCA

Robischon Gallery artist Kim Dickey's mid-career retrospective, entitled "Kim Dickey: Words Are Leaves", opens at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver October 7th from 7-10pm. 

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TED LARSEN / Fall 2016 Exhibitions

Robischon artist Ted Larsen is in two upcoming exhibitions this Fall at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey and the Galveston Arts Center. For details on these exhibitions see below.

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ANA MARIA HERNANDO / CU ART MUSEUM

Robischon Gallery artist Ana Maria Hernando's solo exhibition entitled "We Have Flowers" opened at the University of Colorado Art Museum this past week to an engaged and impressed audience.

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CHRISTO / Lake Iseo

Newly opened to the public today, see footage of pre-eminent artist Christo's "Floating Piers, Project for Lake Iseo, Italy", a 1.9 mile floating walkway over Lake Iseo in Northern Italy - on view through July 3rd.

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JAE KO / Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

Robischon Gallery artist Jae Ko's magnificent installation entitled, "Force of Nature - flow 流" is now up for public viewing at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. 

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ZHANG XIAOGANG / Interview with Christie's

Robischon-exhibited artist, Zhang Xiaogang - one of China's leading contemporary artists - was recently interviewed by curator and writer Tianyue Jiang about his influences, career and creative process.

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MANUEL NERI / Nasher Sculpture Center

The Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas is the recent recipient of a number of important works by Robischon artist Manuel Neri. 

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DECLARATION / Michael Paglia Westword Review

Read Michael Paglia's review of Robischon Gallery's stunning group exhibition, "DECLARATION" on view now through June 11th.

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YAYOI KUSAMA / "Narcissus Garden" and "Glass House"

Recently named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has a mesmerizing installation currently on the grounds of Philip Johnson's famed Connecticut residence, "Glass House".

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ALISON GILDERSLEEVE / The Editorial magazine

Robischon artist Allison Gildersleeve was recently interviewed for an online publication, The Editorial, addressing her personal journey as an artist.

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SCOTT CHAMBERLIN / C-File Ceramics Blog

Scott Chamberlin is currently featured on the homepage of the noted ceramics blog C-File for his solo effort, "Heads", previously exhibited at Robischon Gallery. 

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MICKALENE THOMAS / Aspen Art Museum

Mickalene Thomas is currently on view at the Aspen Art Museum in a solo exhibition entitled, "Mentors, Muses and Celebrities" on view through June 12th.

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GIBSON + RECODER / REDCAT CalArts Theater

Robischon artists Gibson + Recoder have scheduled a live projection performance on Monday, March 14th at the REDCAT CalArts Theater in downtown Los Angeles entitled, "Dark Chamber Discourse".

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ANN HAMILTON / Wuzhen Art Exhibition

Robischon artist Ann Hamilton is currently showing in an international contemporary art exhibition being held in the historical Chinese watertown of Wuzhen.

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LORNA SIMPSON / Denver Art Museum

Renowned artist Lorna Simpson's video piece entitled, "Easy to Remember" is currently on view at the Denver Art Museum through April 24th. 

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MARIA FRIBERG // Stockholm School of Economic

Recently the Stockholm School of Economics held an opening to commemorate Robischon artist Maria Friberg and the unveiling of her newly installed and acquired work, "Changed Positions".

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JIM SANBORN / Flaunt Magazine

Robischon artist Jim Sanborn was recently named "The Most Interesting Man in the World" in an article published online by Flaunt Magazine.

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JUDY PFAFF / Layfayette College

Robischon artist Judy Pfaff is currently on view in the Richard and Rissa Grossman Gallery at Lafayette College where she has created a scintillating original installation for the space entitled, "Somewhere After". 

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KIM DICKEY + SCOTT CHAMBERLIN / Kansas City Museum

Robischon artists Kim Dickey and Scott Chamberlin are participating in a group show at the Kansas City Museum entitled, "Now and Then". 

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JESSICA STOCKHOLDER / Downtown Houston Installation

At the end of March, Robischon exhibited artist Jessica Stockholder will have a year-long temporary installation in the heart of downtown Houston as part of the city's "Art Block" series.

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BERNAR VENET / ISC Lifetime Achievement Award

Coinciding this month with the installation of his large-scale sculpture, "Disorder: 9 Uneven Angles" in New York's Union Square, Robischon Gallery wishes to congratulate artist Bernar Venet who will also be receiving the International Sculpture Center's prestigious Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award on February 29th alongside renowned artist Kiki Smith. 

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MARIA FRIBERG / County Museum of Boden, Sweden

Opening February 6th in the artist's native country of Sweden, Maria Friberg's, "Belonging" features compelling photographic works which address the subject of technology and excess.

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ISABELLE HAYEUR / Bilpin International Grounds for Creative Initiatives

Canadian artist Isabelle Hayeur is presently an artist in residence at the Bilpin International Ground for Creative Initiatives in Australia.

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GARY EMRICH / Colorado Springs Fine Art Center

A spirited and extensive solo exhibition by Robischon Gallery artist, Gary Emrich, entitled “Gary Emrich: Promise” will open at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, beginning January 30th.

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ISABELLE HAYEUR / The Vancouver Art Gallery

Congratulations to Robischon artist Isabelle Hayeur featured in the gallery's current exhibition, "Solastalgia," for her recently acquired work by the prominent Canadian art institution, the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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ANN HAMILTON / Washington University

Robischon artist Ann Hamilton recently installed a 33-panel public art project in St. Louis in the Thomas and Jennifer Hillman Hall at Washington University, entitled
O N E E V E R Y O N E · St. Louis.

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JIM SANBORN / National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

Robischon artist Jim Sanborn's remarkable project, Critical Assembly - a tableau based on the laboratory environment for the assembly of the first atomic bomb - was recently acquired in its entirety by the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History.

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GIBSON + RECODER / "Obscurus Projectum"

Robischon artist collective Gibson + Recoder are currently exhibiting an installation entitled, "Obscurus Projectum" at San Francisco's Exploratorium.

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CHRIS ANTEMANN / MEISSEN Porcelain Manufactory

Robischon artist Chris Antemann, who has worked in residence, periodically, at the famed MEISSEN® porcelain manufactory in Germany since 2011, will be exhibiting at the The Frick Pittsburgh beginning October 3rd.

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WILLIAM LAMSON / The Boston Globe

Read the Boston Globe review of currently exhibiting Robischon Gallery artist William Lamson and his film, In the Roaring Garden as it was shown in the deCordova Museum's, "Walden Pond, revisited."

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ANN HAMILTON / Receives 2014 National Medal of Arts

Robischon Artist Ann Hamilton presented with the 2014 National Medal of Arts by President Barack Obama.

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JESSICA STOCKHOLDER / Installation at Smart Museum

Robischon previously exhibited artist Jessica Stockholder recently completed a vivid and sprawling work at the University of Chicago's Smart Museum.

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CHI PENG / Orange County Museum of Art

obischon artist Chi Peng is currently on view as part of the Orange County Museum of Art's, "My Generation: Young Chinese Artists." 

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TRINE BUMILLER / "100 Paintings for 100 Years"

Trine Bumiller's exhibition, "100 Paintings for 100 Years" is now on view at the historic McNichols Civic Center Building through September 13th, 2015. 

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JOHN BUCK / Biennial of the Americas at Robischon Gallery

Robischon Gallery is pleased to present the highly-compelling work of distinguished American artist John Buck.

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LUCAS FOGLIA / British Journal of Photography

The captivating photographic work of "Front Country" artist, Lucas Foglia, is currently featured on the British Journal of Photography's website.

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ERIC SCHWARTZ / "Tattoo Nation" featured in CBS Special

Robischon artist Eric Schwartz' film Tattoo Nation was featured in a CBS special on tattoo culture.

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CHI PENG / Chazen Museum of Art

Robischon artist Chi Peng is currently showing in "Tradition and Innovation: The Human Figure in Contemporary Chinese Art" at the Chazen Museum of Art.

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JUDY PFAFF / "Emanation: Art + Process"

Robischon artist Judy Pfaff is now featured in "Emanation: Art + Process" an exhibition of ten site-specific installation at the Wheaton Art and Cultural Center's Museum of American Glass.

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DEBORAH ZLOTSKY / Smith Center for the Arts at Providence College

In addition to her solo show of vivid paintings at Robischon Gallery, artist Deborah Zlotsky currently has a site-specific work on view in the Smith Center for the Arts at Providence College. 

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ISABELLE HAYEUR / Video Installation in Quebec

Robischon Gallery artist Isabelle Hayeur's video installation entitled Agora speaks to the social issues surrounding a 2015 student strike in Quebec, Canada.

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ISABELLE HAYEUR / New Orleans Museum of Art

Robischon artist Isabelle Hayeur will be featured as a part of the upcoming "Ten Years Gone" exhibition hosted at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

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ANN HAMILTON / Site Santa Fe: "20 Years / 20 Shows: SUMMER"

Now showing as part of Site Santa Fe's exhibition entitled "20 Years / 20 Shows: SUMMER", visitors will have a second chance to see Robischon Gallery artist Ann Hamilton's sprawling installation, common SENSE · the animals (2014-2015) previously exhibited at the Henry Gallery in Seattle, WA.

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MARY EHRIN / The Art Hotel

Robischon artists Mary Ehrin and Judy Pfaff are included as part of the collection at Denver's dynamic new ART Hotel.

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OLIVER HERRING / "Link"

Oliver Herring's solo exhibition "Link" will be on view at China's Chengdu A4 Contemporary Arts Center through May 2, 2015.

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SANDRA GIBSON + LUIS RECODER / Whitney Museum of American Art

Sandra Gibson + Luis Recoder will exhibit individual works alongside 400 other artists from the Whitney collection as part of the museum's inaugural opening of their new building.

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CHRISTIAN REX VAN MINNEN / Denver Art Museum Collection

The Denver Art Museum acquired Christian Rex van Minnen's painting, VOC Jellyfish Fry from the artist's solo exhibition, "Golden Memes" at Robischon Gallery.

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JAE KO / Grounds For Sculpture

Jae Ko's 80 foot span installation, Force of Nature, 白 Shiro will open to the public at Grounds For Sculpture Saturday, March 28th. The artist was commissioned to create a work from over 20,000 pounds of white recycled paper. The full exhibition, "Selections", opens to the public on May 9.

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CHUCK FORSMAN / Chuck Forsman: Walking Magpie

As part of Denver's Month of Photography, artist Chuck Forsman is exhibiting photographs from his exploratory series "Walking Magpie", through Thursday, March 19 at the Children's Hospital Colorado.

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MARIA FRIBERG / Contemporary Art Center - France

Maria Friberg's work to be included in "L'arbre, Le Bois, La Foret: Lieux du Mythe, du Fantasme de Lapeur, Supports de L'Imaginaire" at the Contemporary Art Center in Meymac, France.

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BILL ARMSTRONG / Bill Armstrong: Buddha & Mandala

Bill Armstrong’s solo exhibition, "Bill Armstrong: Buddha & Mandala", opens at the Houston Center for Photography on February 27.

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JEAN LOWE / Murals of La Jolla

Jean Lowe creates a public billboard for "Murals of La Jolla".

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ELENA DORFMAN / "Artists Respond" at LACMA

Elena Dorfman creates work for Los Angeles County Museum of Art in collaboration with the museum's web-based project, "Artists Respond".

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JUDY PFAFF / Reviews

Judy Pfaff's prominent duo solo exhibitions in Chelsea, New York, are reviewed in Artforum, Art In America, Art Critical and ARTnews.

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Art Ltd's CRITIC’S PICKS: 2014

Robsichon Gallery artists Kevin O'Connell and Stephen Batura are chosen as part of Art Ltd's CRITIC’S PICKS: 2014 Top 10 Lists. 

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JAE KO / Grant Recipient

Grounds for Sculpture, International Sculpture Center and McCarter Theater will offer artist Jae Ko a generous grant to support an upcoming exhibition at Grounds For Sculpture.

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JIM SANBORN / Kryptos

Jim Sanborn, recently shown in the gallery's Testing Grounds exhibition, reveals another clue to assist cryptographers and code breakers toward solving the remaining message embedded in his sculpture Kryptos.

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CHRISTIAN REX VAN MINNEN / NYC Billboard

A twenty by forty foot billboard featuring a recently completed painting by Christian Rex van Minnen will be on display in the New York neighborhood of Tribeca through Saturday, November 15, 2014.

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DENVER ART MUSEUM: LOGAN LECTURE SERIES

MacArthur Fellow JUDY PFAFF is speaking at the Denver Art Museum Logan Lecture Series on Wednesday, November 5, 2014.

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SUI JIANGUO / Blind Portraits

Internationally acclaimed artist Sui Jianguo unveils his sculpture series, "Blind Portraits" in New York's Central Park.

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DENVER ART MUSEUM: LOGAN LECTURE SERIES

Jack Balas will give a talk at the Denver Art Museum as part of the Logan Lecture Series.

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ANN HAMILTON / the common SENSE

Ann Hamilton's extensive exhibition "the common SENSE" is on view at the Henry Art Gallery.

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CONTEMPORARY COLORADO: A Survey of Contemporary Art in Colorado

“Contemporary Colorado: A Survey of Contemporary Art in Colorado” highlights the works of a selection of Colorado’s leading contemporary artists.

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KAREN KITCHEL / Southwest Anthems: Landscapes of a Region

Robischon Gallery artist Karen Kitchel is featured in Tucson Museum of Art's current group exhibition, "Southwest Anthems: Landscapes of a Region."

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CHRIS ANTEMANN / Forbidden Fruit: Chris Antemann at Meissen

Robischon Gallery artist Chris Antemann's installation, "Forbidden Fruit: Chris Antemann at Meissen" is on exhibit at the Portland Art Museum through February 8, 2015.

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KIM DICKEY / State of the Art

“State of the Art” brings together the artwork of more than 100 artists from every region of the US, including the work of Robischon Gallery artist Kim Dickey.

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OLIVER HERRING / MAD. SQ 200 TASK

Oliver Herring hosts another improvisational TASK event. 

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LUCAS FOGLIA / Aaron Siskind Foundation Recipient

Lucas Foglia receives the Individual Photographer's Fellowship from the Aaron Siskin Foundation.

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IAN FISHER / Make It Rain: Paintings by Ian Fisher

IAN FISHER’s exhibition entitled “Make It Rain” will open on August 13, 5:30 – 7:30pm with a special artist talk at 6:30pm.

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CHRISTO / A Conversation with Christo

Pre-eminent artist Christo returns to the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver for a lecture on Wednesday, August 20, 6-8pm.

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KATY STONE / In the Make

Katy Stone shares her studio process, influences, and unique approach in a recent interview with "In the Make".

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CHUCK FORSMAN / Seen In passing

Robischon Gallery artist CHUCK FORSMAN is the focus of a distinctive exhibition at The Denver Art Museum entitled, "Seen in Passing: Photographs by Chuck Forsman"

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STEPHEN BATURA / Stream

Stephen Batura exhibits an expansive new installation of paintings at Ironton Studios & Gallery.

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TOM JUDD / 2014 Pollock-Krasner Award

Robischon Gallery artist Tom Judd is a 2014 Pollock-Krasner award recipient.

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MATERIAL WORLD

Robischon Gallery artists JUDY PFAFF and MARY EHRIN appear in the Denver Art Museum’s ‘Material World’, as part of the museum wide exhibition.

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CATALYST: Colorado Sculpture

Twelve artists, including Robischon Gallery artists KIM DICKEY, LINDA FLEMING, TERRY MAKER and CARL REED, redefine the surrounding landscape with their 3-D work

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JUDY PFAFF / Lifetime Achievement Award

The International Sculpture Center (ISC) will honor renowned artist JUDY PFAFF with a Lifetime Achievement Award in her upcoming 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award Gala in New York on April 30th.

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WILLIAM LAMSON / 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship Recipient

William Lamson is a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship recipient in the Fine Arts for 2014. 

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TED LARSEN / Sculpture Magazine

TED LARSEN, featured in our February exhibition 'Out Of Line', is the subject of an article in the March issue of Sculpture Magazine.

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IAN FISHER / Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

Ian Fisher presents recent paintings in his first solo museum exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

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DERRICK VELASQUEZ / A Language of Structure

Robischon Gallery artist DERRICK VELASQUEZ unveils his latest in a solo exhibition at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. 

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ANA MARIA HERNANDO / Salka Archipelago

Robischon Gallery artist Ana María Hernando along with Kenneth Robinson will read and present their limited edition lithographic book ‘Salka Archipelago’ at the Boulder Museum Of Contemporary Art. 

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DENVER ART MUSEUM: LOGAN LECTURE SERIES

HALIM AL KARIM will give a lecture in the Denver Art Museum Logan Lecture Series on Wednesday, September 25, 2013. 

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JOHN MCENROE / Beauty Does

John McEnroe presents a new, site-specific work as well as an exhibition of sculpture and other works at Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

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KAHN + SELESNICK / Mars: Revisited

Robischon Gallery artists KAHN + SELESNICK have been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation to support an installation at the Boise Art Museum.

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JUDY PFAFF / Sculpture Magazine

Sculpture Magazine presents an in depth feature on Robischon Gallery artist Judy Pfaff.

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CHRISTO / Big Air Package

The unparalled work of CHRISTO is once more breaking new ground with his new work of art: Big Air Package

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CRITICAL FOCUS: TYLER BEARD

Robischon Gallery artist TYLER BEARD presents a new body of collaged sculptures and paintings in the Whole Room at MCA Denver.

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GIBSON + RECODER / Topsy-Turvy

Madison Square Park Conservancy announces a new installation, Topsy-Turvy, by artists Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder.

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JESSICA STOCKHOLDER / PAINT THINGS: Beyond the Stretcher

Jessica Stockholder exhibits new works at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. 

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ANN HAMILTON: the event of a thread

Ann Hamilton creates a new large-scale installation for the Wade Thompson Drill Hall that combines the ephemeral presence of time with material tactility.

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GARY EMRICH / Contact

Gary Emrich will present a new video installation at the Denver Art Museum this September.

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HALIM AL KARIM / Acqua Ferita : Wounded Water - Venice Biennale

Robischon Gallery artist HALIM AL KARIM and artists Ali Assaf, Azad Nanakeli, Adel Abidin, Ahmed Alsoudani and Walid Siti interpret the theme of water at the 54th Venice Biennale.


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