Exhibitions

From Dead Serious to Great Fun: A Month of Photography Feature

01/10/2015 to 03/29/2015

This exhibition highlights the work of renowned American portrait photographer Philippe Halsman (1906-1979) and a selection by current members of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP). Philippe Halsman was the first president of the ASMP, an organization dedicated to serving the professional photographic community for over 70 years.

Culture Catalyst : Celebrating 20 years of Art at DIA

12/20/2014 to 03/08/2015

Culture Catalyst features historical elements reflecting the ground-breaking inaugural collection at Denver International Airport, new temporary commissions in celebration of twenty years of cultural impact and a sneak peek of what lies ahead for the fifth busiest airport in North America.

James Dixon Sculptures

11/01/2014 to 03/15/2015

Three large-scale sculptures by Denver artist James Dixon are featured at the McNichols Building. Dixon created each piece using a combination of iron and metal recycled clothes hangers. Although previously known for his bronze sculptures, these more recent works are part of Dixon’s series exploring transparency and textured surfaces. Inspired by Imagine 2020, this exhibition supports the cultural plan’s goals of integrating arts, culture and creativity into daily life, work and play, and celebrating our local talent. James Dixon is represented locally by Walker Fine Art. 

Coral Sphere

12/11/2012 to 05/21/2015
Coral Sphere by acclaimed Mexico City artist, Yvonee Domenge Semi-permanent outdoor installation This eye-catching blue steel sculpture was acquired from the prestigious Boeing Galleries of Millennium Park in Chicago, where it was on display since 2011. Denver was one of many cities across the country who submitted proposals to obtain the artwork, and we are honored and delighted to have been selected.

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