Swap Meet: Artpace and the Dikeou Collection

Swap Meet: The Dikeou Collection

Artpace: You founded The Dikeou Collection in Denver with your brother Pany Dikeou. Can you describe the overall vision for your collection? Dikeou: The Dikeou Collection came out of my […]

New Works Now

New Works Now

New Works Now features the recent work of five former Artpace International Artists-in-Residence from Texas: Alex de Leon (1996), Katrina Moorhead (2005), Katie Pell (2006), Juan Miguel Ramos (2002), and […]

Thomas Hoving

Thomas Hoving

Tony Feher’s installations take inspiration from existing architectural elements, revealing the environment anew for viewers. His artworks’ relationship to the space in which they are presented is inseparably fundamental, and […]

Brown Style

Brown Style

  Brown Style is a multimedia installation presenting the people, places, and events embedded in Más Rudas’ Chicana upbringing. The exhibition traces the artists’ childhood experiences and route into the […]

Search Engine

Search Engine

For his Window Works exhibition, Search Engine, Thomas Cummins features his largest photographic work to date. Printed on Duratran-photographic transparency film frequently used in the construction of light boxes and […]

In the Window

In The Window

Judith Cottrell employs a unique method of drawing technique, moving her hand in repeated looping movements across a surface to achieve her compositions. For her Artpace Window Works installation, In […]

Single Use Only

Single Use Only

In Single Use Only, Sudhoff presents enlarged, detailed views of the autoclaved medical waste flanking a single bench cast from recycled waste and cement. Large-scale color photographs accentuate the wealth […]

Earth Changes

Earth Changes

Earth Changes launches the vitality of Sherry’s abstractions of the landscape into three-dimensional space. Ten immense, dyed rocks rise from pedestals of varying heights, and are tightly packed to enact […]

40 Days

40 Days

Offering a reverent, subdued space to reflect on the story of his grandfather’s memorial and the larger narrative of the marginalization of the Christian-Palestinian community, central to Guez’s 40 DAYS […]

Floating Island

Floating Island

The title Floating Island-which is the name of the exhibition, the book, and the first photograph in the show-refers to a small mountain located at the heart of the Bonneville […]

Cycle

Cycle

Composed from reworked expressionist paintings, Cycle is magnified and projected on three 7.3 x 12.3-foot screens, a scale that echoes Frankenthaler’s large canvases. Enveloping the gallery, vast opaque and translucent […]

Where Paths Meet, Turn Away, Then Align Again

Where Paths Meet, Turn Away, Then Align Again

Hewitt’s exhibition, Where Paths Meet, Turn Away, Then Align Again, explores space conceptually as well as formally through her exploration of the push and pull between flatness and multidimensionality, a […]