Cover Story

Closed on Apr 27, 2014

Cover Story, at the Denver Art Museum

Cover Story, at the Denver Art Museum

Cover Story, at the Denver Art Museum

Cover Story, at the Denver Art Museum

Cover Story, at the Denver Art Museum

Closed on Apr 27, 2014

North Building - Level 6
Included in general admission.

La Historia de Portada, ha sido presentada en la exhibición inaugural de las nuevas galerías de arte textil los objetos en ella exhibidos reflejan las diferentes áreas geográficas y la diversidad de los textiles que forman parte de la colección permanente del Denver Art Museum.

La Historia de Portada, observa las múltiples formas en que los textiles envuelven, embellecen y enriquecen las vidas de la gente a través de siglos, continentes y culturas. Ya sea que se trate del cobijo que usamos para mantenernos calientes mientras dormimos, de las piezas decorativas en nuestras paredes y suelos que le dan vida a las horas en que estamos despiertos, o del blindaje protector que nos ampara de los elementos o de los espíritus malignos, los textiles están presentes en todo momento en la vida del ser humano.

La exhibición incluye aproximadamente 60 objetos de la colección permanente.

Cover Story (La Historia de Portada) es el alma de la exhibición que se encuentra esparcida por todas las instalaciones del museo Spun: Adventures in Textiles (Hilado: Hazañas con textiles).

Spun: Adventures in Textiles is organized by the Denver Art Museum. Funding is provided by the generous donors to the Annual Fund Leadership Campaign and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).

Cover Story is organized by the Denver Art Museum. Funding is provided by the generous donors to the Annual Fund Leadership Campaign and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).

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