Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
The Discipline of the Cave The Discipline of the Cave

The Discipline of the Cave

Gabriel Rico

Aspen Art Museum Aspen, Colorado, USA 03/09/2019 – 06/16/2019

The Aspen Art Museum announces the solo exhibition presentation of Guadalajara, Mexico–based sculptor and installation artist Gabriel Rico: The Discipline of the Cave, on view in AAM Galleries. Combining aesthetic traditions associated with the Arte Povera movement and influenced by scientific, philosophical, and geometric principles, Rico collects the fragments, found objects, and materials of contemporary

Gabriel Rico, The Discipline of the Cave (2019). Installation view. Aspen Art Museum. Photo: Tony Prikryl Gabriel Rico, The Discipline of the Cave (2019). Installation view. Aspen Art Museum. Photo: Tony Prikryl Gabriel Rico, The Discipline of the Cave (2019). Installation view. Aspen Art Museum. Photo: Tony Prikryl The Aspen Art Museum announces the solo

We The People We The People

We The People

Danh Võ

Aspen Art Museum Aspen, Colorado, USA 11/04/2016 – 06/04/2017

Danh Võ’s We The People (2010–13) is the artist’s long-term project reconstructing Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi’s Statue of Liberty on a 1:1 scale. Re-creating only the statue’s fragile copper skin —the thickness of two copper pennies— and using the same fabrication technique as the original, Võ’s We The People exists in over 250 pieces. Never intending

Danh Võ, We The People (detail), 2011. Installation view, Aspen Art Museum, 2016. Photo: Tony Prikryl. Danh Võ, We The People (detail), 2011. Installation view, Aspen Art Museum, 2016. Photo: Tony Prikryl. Danh Võ, We The People (detail), 2011. Installation view, Aspen Art Museum, 2016. Photo: Tony Prikryl. Danh Võ’s We The People (2010–13) is

Night and Day Night and Day

Night and Day

Chris Ofili

Aspen Art Museum Aspen, Colorado, USA 07/17/2015 – 10/18/2015

The Aspen Art Museum (AAM) presented Chris Ofili: Night and Day, the Turner Prize–winning British artist’s first solo museum survey. Encompassing five galleries and all three floors of the AAM, Night and Day features over thirty major paintings and a vast number of drawings, as well as sculptures spanning Ofili’s influential career from 1992 to the

The Aspen Art Museum (AAM) presented Chris Ofili: Night and Day, the Turner Prize–winning British artist’s first solo museum survey. Encompassing five galleries and all three floors of the AAM, Night and Day features over thirty major paintings and a vast number of drawings, as well as sculptures spanning Ofili’s influential career from 1992 to the