Joel Swanson’s work is included in the collection of Denver’s newly opened Halcyon Hotel in Cherry Creek North. Sincerely is installed in the foyer area of the hotel and can be seen in situ in The Denver Post article featuring the hotel. The full article and slideshow of the hotel’s interior can be seen here.
In August, Swanson also completed a commission for Twitter.
Argentinian artist, Guido Ignatti will have a solo exhibition at the MCA Denver (July 1 – Sept. 11, 2016), which will run in conjunction with his solo exhibition at the gallery (opening June 30, 2016). The exhibition is curated by Patrick Greaney. The MCA will produce an illustrated pdf catalog which will feature essays by Andrea Guinta and Patrick Greaney.
We are proud to announce the J. Paul Getty Museum has acquired Christopher Russell’s handmade book GRFALWKV for their Permanent Collection. The J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, CA) houses European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, and photography. To fulfill its mission, the Getty Museum continues to build its collections through purchase and gifts and develops programs of exhibitions, publications, scholarly research, public education, and the performing arts that engage their diverse local and international audiences. Congratulations, Christopher!
LA><ART and the city of West Hollywood are hosting John Knuth collaboration with Andy Featherston, titled Whitesnake. The video will run on Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood through June, 2016
John Knuth at Torrance Art Museum
John Knuth’s work is included in Doppelgänger at the Torrance Art Museum. Curated by Dr. Julia-Constance Dissel, Ichiro Irie, Sandra Mann and Max Presneill, the exhibition includes artists Martin Durazo, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Augusta Wood, Eric Yahnker, and others. The exhibition runs April 2 through May 28, 2016.
Michael Theodore’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, Supraliminal, received a terrific review in The Denver Post. Rinaldi states “Theodore’s work is contemplative, but his high-tech edge makes the offerings a product of their time.”