Taos Art Insurgency is a show that poses the questions: Who will be the artists that lead the way for the new millennium? What will be the movements and issues they champion? Taos is a major artist's colony that has been at the forefront of all of the modern art movements initiated within the last 120 years. Throughout history various seminal art movements have been concentrated in this sleepy, little, mountain village. Taos has been a major seat of Modernism, Abstract-Expressionism, and Minimalism. David Anthony Fine Art, Wider Nightingale Fine Art, and Greg Moon Art of Taos host this national show in conjunction with the Taos Spring Arts Festival. The show will run April 27th – May 18th with an opening reception on May 4th from 4-8pm
For its inaugural exhibition, the Cato Institute is welcoming artists working in any medium to address the concept of FREEDOM: ART AS THE MESSENGER. We are living in an era where people are finding their combative voice but having little conversation or dialogue. The goal of this exhibition is to provide a medium for that conversation.
Join ÆRENA Galleries & Gardens and Giuseppe Palumbo to celebrate his new showcase, One More Time. Auberge du Soleil Courtyard | 180 Rutherford Hill Road. RSVP at email@example.com
Join ÆRENA Galleries & Gardens throughout the month of March for One More Time, a celebration of new sculptures by Giuseppe Palumbo. By applying classical techniques to his contemporary subjects, Palumbo’s textured and spirited bronzes embody the essence of each being he portrays. These whimsical and anthropomorphic sculptures engage the viewer with irony, wit, and humor. Palumbo provides an emotional connection with the animals through challenging not only barriers between worlds but between human and beast.
Please join us for an evening of discussion on relevance in visual art with acclaimed artists Ana Maria Hernando and Suchitra Mattai. Moderated by Jessica Kooiman Parker, Curator at the Dairy Arts Center. Brought to you by Boulder County Arts Leadership Forum (BCALF) and BCAA. $5 admission
Giuseppe Palumbo’s whimsical, anthropomorphic sculptures delve into the human psyche through irony, wit and humor. By applying classical techniques to his contemporary subjects, Giuseppe’s textured and spirited bronzes embody the essence of each being he portrays. The surprising humanization of common animals urges the viewer to identify with the creatures and forge surprisingly intense emotional connection with the artwork, shattering not only the barriers between viewer and artwork, but between human and beast. Join us August 3rd and 4th for hors d'oeuvres and refreshments as Palumbo performs a live-demo.