KAWS

Silhouette of Kaws sculpture at Fort Worth Modern in front of reflecting pond

What do we learn from repetition? KAWS WHERE THE END STARTS Oct 20, 2016 – Jan 22, 2017 Fort Worth – Three prints of the same image – or maybe they’re paintings – six different colors, three different combinations. What do we we notice? We see the differences. These three are the start of a…

Orozco 2016

Gabriel Orozco Aspen installation

Aspen Art Museum – July 29th – Dec. 18, 2016 Why paintings? Why make paintings that look like those made before? Why expend the energy to make, apply and remove paint and gesso, to harvest wood or fibers just to add more paintings to a world with a crisis of over-consumption. And why live in…

Adam Pendleton

Adam Pendleton silkscreen print of Sol Lewitt's water imagery on reflextive material.

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver – July 15 – Sept. 25, 2016 – Becoming Imperceptible Black images are blown up and printed on the wall. The whites in these originally B&W photographs has been made transparent – not existent. People enjoyed seeing the show, which opened at the MCA Denver on July 15th with a…