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The first retrospective exhibition of this nonconformist polymath artist.
An exercise in fostering “slow looking” at art.
A major traveling exhibition of an overlooked key figure in Pop art.
A permanent display of historic American currency in downtown Denver.
This exhibition brings together iconic artworks by more than 40 influential artists, drawn from the collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
This exhibition takes visitors through the artistic changes that took place in France from the time of the powerful and absolute monarchy of Louis XIV to the individualistic café society in modern Paris.
Inspired by the drawings cabinets of gentlemen and connoisseurs, this exhibition offers a space where visitors can get close to artworks, the intimate nature of which invites contemplation and close-up viewing.
Nature as Muse displays 36 stunning landscapes by nineteenth-century artists.
Sovereign: Independent Voices highlights the work of three leading American Indian contemporary artists.
This project traces the development of Abstract Expressionist Mark Rothko’s work during the most critical decade of his career.
A multi-sensory, immersive installation of one artist’s experimentation in performance, fashion and assemblage.
The centerpiece exhibition to the Denver Art Museum’s campus-wide textile initiative.
A small exhibition of textile works by one of Britain’s best designers of the mid-twentieth century.
This exhibition explores O’Keeffe’s paintings of New Mexico’s Hispanic and Native American architecture, cultural objects, and her New Mexico landscapes.
State-of-the-art display created for this beloved public works project showing central Denver in 1860, at the History Colorado Center.
An early-career retrospective of “one of the most important young artists to emerge in the past ten years.”
“An in-depth exploration of Vincent van Gogh’s unconventional path to becoming one of the world’s most recognizable artists.”
The first retrospective exhibition on this contemporary Ghanian artist, featuring his acclaimed large found-object textiles.
An exhibition of contemporary airport design, with a focus on how a Denver-based firm has humanized the experience of modern-day air travel.
Drawn from the personal collection of former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, this exhibition features more than 200 pins, many of which Secretary Albright wore to communicate a message or a mood during her diplomatic tenure.
West of Center illuminated the unique works by groups that broke the barriers between art and lifestyle and embraced the new, hybrid sensibilities of the countercultural movement.
Retrospective of an influential photographer whose career has focused on the changing landscape of the American West.
Blink! showcased 55 significant electronic and digital art works and installations at the Denver Art Museum.