Exhibitions

2012-13Richard Bell: Uz vs. Them
September 13 – October 21, 2012

Australia’s most talked about contemporary artist and a figure of increasing international stature, Richard Bell describes himself as “more an activist than an artist.” Didactic yet humorous, Bell’s vivid and provocative paintings and videos signal an important and powerful voice in contemporary art. This is the first mid-career survey in the U.S. of the work of this important Aboriginal activist/artist.

The exhibition is organized by the American Federation of Arts and supported by the Queensland Government, Australia, through Trade and Investment Queensland’s Queensland Indigenous Arts Marketing and Export Agency (QIAMEA). Additional support has come from the Australian government through the Australia Council for the Arts and the Embassy of Australia, Washington, D.C.

 

Conor McGarrigle: and whenabouts in the name of space
Nov 1 – December 9, 2012

Duane Michals
February 21 – March 31, 2013

BFA Exhibition
May 16 – June 7, 2013
Featuring works by graduating seniors in the BFA programs of the DU School of Art & Art History.

Past Exhibitions

2011-12 Changing Landscapes; Faculty Triennial 2012; 4×4 Collector Series; BFA Exhibition 2012. 

2010-11 Juried Alumni Exhibition; False Reparation: Prints and Ceramics by Catherine Chauvin and Mia Mulvey; Warhol in Colorado; Jennifer Karady – In Country: Soldier’s Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan; BFA Exhibition 2011. 

2009-10 Faculty Collects; Master Watercolors from the Jan Perry Mayer Collection; The Gleaners: Contemporary Art from the Sarah and Jim Taylor Collection; Cliff Evans: Citizen; John E. Thompson: Colorado Modernist; The Family Stage; BFA Exhibition 2010. 

2008-09 Transforming Traditions: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Logan Collection; Paul Soldner Ceramics: A Master Teacher at Work; Jonas Burgert – Enigmatic Narrative; Your Secret Here; BFA/MFA Exhibitions. 

2007-08 On the Road: Photography of the Soviet Empire; Juried Student/Alumni Exhibition Faculty Exhibition: Beauty and its Discontents; eMAD Rotating Exhibitions; Intersections of Beauty – Student Show; Pixels, Programming & Play: (GAME[WORK)SHOP]; BFA Exhibition 2008. 

2006-07 “8 Painters and Sculptors at the University of Denver 1930-1965; Sarah Gjertson’s Parlor Project; Negotiating Reality; (In)formal : BFA Student Exhibition. 

2005-06 Minnette Vári’s Chimera; Diaspora: Photographs of Frederick Brenner; The Timeless Bead: Courtship, Wedding and Marriage Beads; Riverhouse Editions : Master Prints by 44 Artists; Maynard Tischler: New Work: A Year of Woodfired Ceramics; Salon des Refuses BA Exhibition; BFA Senior Exhibition. 

2004-05 Biennial Juried Student Art Exhibition; In Limbo.