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Artist, activist, and poet Tenzing Rigdol will discuss his upcoming exhibition at the Emmanuel Gallery with curator Sarah Magnatta.
Rigdol was trained in several traditional Tibetan arts, including thangka painting, in India and Nepal.
He moved to the United States and graduated from the College of Arts and Media at the University of Colorado, Denver, in 2005.
His mastery over a wide range of materials is evident in his paintings, digital works, photographs, and a site-specific installation of Tibetan soil brought to India. Rigdol was the first contemporary Tibetan artist to have work collected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Rigdol’s large series of buddhas will be the centerpiece of his first solo exhibition in the United States, opening March 21 on the University of Colorado at Denver campus.
Doors open at 5:30 pm. Reception will follow the talk at the ART, a hotel, 1201 Broadway.
Free for Contemporary Alliance members and students with valid ID, $10 DAM volunteers, $15 DAM members, $20 nonmembers.
For additional details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-913-0119.
The Logan Lecture series is sponsored by Vicki and Kent Logan in affiliation with Contemporary Alliance, a DAM support group.
Image: Tenzing Rigdol, My World is in Your Blindspot (detail), 2014. Silk brocade, scripture; five panels, 182 cm x 182 cm (6 x 6 ft.) each.