Meet the Artist

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This summer Native Arts Artist-in-Residence Jeffrey Gibson has been collaborating with members of

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This month the Denver Art Museum celebrates a growing partnership with the Mexican Cultural Center (MCC) and the Museo de Arte Popular (MAP), and what better way than

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Imagine viewing a painting without actually seeing it.

Imagine landscapes, portraits, and scenes that you can see through touch and feel.

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The Denver Art Museum is brimming with new exhibitions this summer.

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This summer the Denver Art Museum will showcase the work of artist Tom Wesselmann, who is best known for his role in the development of pop art in the 1960s.

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Note: Check out summer activities at the Denver Art Museum to inspire you and your family and use the hashtag #FunAtTheDAM to show off your creations.

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Fascinated by science and technology, Lucio Fontana refused to think of science and art as two distinct entities.

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“I tried to keep the paint as good as it was in the can.” American artist Frank Stella first gained the attention of the art world with his “Black Paintings,” w

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Born in Barcelona in 1893, Joan Miró began sketching as a child, filling notebooks with his landscapes drawings.

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American artist Helen Frankenthaler recalled her years in the New York art scene of the 1940s and 50s: “I was influenced by both Jackson Pollock and Willem de Koonin

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Frida Kahlo painted her life story in 55 small but powerful self-portraits, like Self-Portrait with Monkey, 1938, on view in Modern Masters:

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The DAM is publishing a blog series that will highlight some of the artists whose work is in Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

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For Wassily Kandinsky, music and color were inextricably tied to one another. So clear was this relationship that Kandinsky associated each note with an exact hue.

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Boulder niche perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz of DSH Perfumes is becoming somewhat of a creative fixture at the Denver Art Museum.

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Linda Aguilar is not a typical basketmaker. Her horsehair baskets combine traditional Chumash Indian basketry techniques with non-traditional materials. Think bingo chips, beads and sequins, and even bits and pieces of credit cards.

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Alfred Sisley was born and lived in France for most of his life, but inherited British nationality from his father and never received French citizenship.

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Édouard Manet primarily worked  in Paris, where he painted café singers, horse races, outdoor social gatherings, and other scenes of modern urban life.

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Berthe Morisot lived and worked primarily in the Rue des Moulins district of Paris.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s family moved to Paris when he was a child, and he worked there for the rest of his career. Always looking for new motifs to paint, he traveled extensively, visiting North Africa, Genoa, and many major European cities.

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec worked in Paris from 1882 to his death in 1901. He is most known for his work between 1891 and 1900, when he lived in Montmartre, a neighborhood of Paris famous for its cabarets, cafes, nightclubs, and brothels.

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