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The Wall/La Pared: Immigration and Identity

September 29th-November 13th

An exhibition in collaboration with Maruca Salazar of Denver’s Museo de las Americas, The Wall features contemporary Latino/a artists working in the muralist tradition, as well as contemporary painters, tattoo artists and experimental media pieces. The exhibition showcases the work of 9 regional artists. The exhibition explores processes of conceiving, making and placing of public mural art.  The Wall asks the question: How does mural art express socio-political viewpoints or, alternatively, advertising and commercial enterprises? DU student involvement is an important aspect of the exhibition.

 

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Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal

January 12th- February 26th

Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal turns a mirror to the world, examining individual isolation, political repression, and collective ennui in the decline of the industrial age, an age in which people are simultaneously singular and collective beings. Some seek a return to the land, others seek spiritual transcendence, and others share affection for our new hybrid of increasingly alienated selves. Through painting, photography, sculpture, and video this exhibition explores a contemporary familiarity with collective darkness.

A Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibition, curated by Richard Rinehart, Director of Samek Art Museum at Bucknell University

 

 

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Storm Warning: Artists on Climate Change

March 9th- April 30th

Storm Warning, organized by the Vicki Myhren Gallery, is a multimedia exhibition featuring artists looking at and thinking about climate change and environmental issues. The show includes installation works, photography, film, Instagram feeds, and other media. Storm Warning provides a platform for collaboration, both on campus and throughout the wider community for engagement with some of the most important issues facing us today. The project provides tie-ins to both Denver’s Month of Photography (March), and to the university’s Sustainability Month and Earth Day activities on the campus (April).

 

 

 

 

2017 BFA Senior Exhibition

May 18th – June 10th

The Vicki Myhren Gallery proudly presents its annual showcase of work by graduating BFA students from the University of Denver School of Art & Art History.

Last Chance for Visual Trips
Today is the final day of the Visual Trips. We are open from 12 to 5 PM if you want to stop by and get a last look. Thank you to everyone who has come out to see the show…it has been incredibly successful because of your interest and engagement with our programming. More...
Extended Run Dates for Visual Trips Exhibition
Due to popular demand, we are extending the run of Visual Trips: The Psychedelic Poster Movement in San Francisco through Wednesday, November 19! You can now see the exhibition during the following times: More...
Don’t Forget: Artist Talk and Study Break, Saturday, November 15
Enjoy a panel discussion with iconic poster artists, Wes Wilson and Lee Conklin, who are featured in the Visual Trips exhibition currently on view at the Vicki Myhren Gallery. Take a break from work to meet the artists for a panel discussion in the Reiman Theater from 3 to 4:30 PM on November 15. More...