Joey Cocciardi's exhibition "The Sunday Painter" in The Denver Post
Zach Reini Featured in Art Ltd's Critic's Picks
Michael Paglia for Art Ltd anticipates Zach Reini's upcoming exhibition at Gildar Gallery saying, "Over the last five years Reini has made a name for himself with fresh and original work. His sophisticated oeuvre blends Minimalism with Pop Art, resulting in witty takes on conceptualism." Read the entire article.
Amber Cobb's exhibition "Solace" reviewed by The Denver Post
Ray Rinaldi of the Denver Post reviewed Amber Cobb's solo exhibition Solace calling her work "witnesses to our lives— our sweaty nightmares and steamy sex scenes — and there they are hanging on the wall for everyone to see." Read the full review here.
'now what' exhibition featured in the Denver Post
Ray Rinaldi of the Denver Post wrote a wonderful review of our current exhibition now what curated by Brett W. Schultz. Featuring 10 artists from the US and Mexico, Rinaldi remarked that, "now what offers a glimpse into why the art scene is so hot in Mexico City now." Check out the rest of his review by clicking the link below.
William Stockman Exhibition Catalog Release
We are beyond excited to share the gallery's first publishing effort, the catalog accompanying William Stockman's exhibition "Someone Called Me By My Name". This book features over 30 high quality reproductions of Stockman's iconic charcoal drawings and paintings as well as installation images and an essay by curator Simon Zalkind. The catalog has been printed in a first edition of 250 copies and can be purchased at the gallery or online here.
Adam Bateman's "Viewing Platform" at BMoCA
Platform for Viewing, a new site-specific sculpture by Adam Bateman will being featured in the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art's exciting new exhibition Substrate opening Thursday, January 29th, 2015 and running through April 5, 2015. As one of seven talented artists in the show, Bateman has been invited to create an intervention with the museum's floor drawing attention towards the most interactive and often overlooked surface in an art space.