TAG: DAM Contemporaries

Animal Locomotion Plate 650 by Eadweard Muybridge
Blog: Behind the Scenes

Animals in Art: From Sacred to Secular

See Stampede through May 19, 2019

From sacred to secular, the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition, Stampede: Animals in Art, considers how we perceive the animal kingdom. More

Announcing 3 New Curators at the DAM
Blog: Behind the Scenes

Announcing 3 New Curators at the DAM

The Denver Art Museum recently announced that three curators joined the museum. Below is a brief introduction. Stay tuned for more information and opportunities to get to know them and their growing art collections.

Tianlong Jiao, Joseph de Heer Curator of Asian Art More

Oliver Herring: Recent Acquisitions
Exhibition

Oliver Herring: Recent Acquisitions

June 1, 2014–January 4, 2015

German-born artist Oliver Herring began making videos after a spinal disk in his neck slipped out of place more than 10 years ago. The injury made it painful for him to knit intricate sculptures, such as Castle and Doublerocker, both were on display in Material World. But he could use a camera. Herring has continued making videos since then, focusing increasingly on the people who participate in them. He has invited friends and strangers to improvise scenarios he contrives. More

Modern and Contemporary Art
Collection

Modern and Contemporary Art

Renowned for its impressive collection of modern masterworks and outstanding contemporary objects, the modern and contemporary collection represents more than a century of artistic innovation. Encompassing over 12,500 works made since 1900, the museum’s collection includes works by such artistic luminaries as Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Henri Matisse, and Georgia O’Keeffe, as well as 33 paintings, drawings, and collages by the acclaimed abstract-expressionist Robert Motherwell. More