See Incredible Works at the Denver Art Museum

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If you want to spend a few hours immersed in incredible works, head to the Denver Art Museum.

It’s one of the largest museums of its type between the West Coast and Chicago and is known for its collection of American Indian art and other works that span several centuries.

The museum dates back to 1893, and in 2006, it opened one of the country’s most unique structures.

It’s called the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, and its design recalls the peaks of the Rocky Mountains as well as the geometric rock crystals found in the foothills near Denver.

Current exhibitions include:

Then, Now, Next (on display through February 25, 2018)

Then, Now, Next highlights the museum’s upcoming North Building revitalization project. Designed by Gio Ponti, this renowned modernist building opened in 1971, and the exhibit tells of its storied history and future plans. The display includes original architectural sketches, historical photographs, and building models.

Eyes On: Xiaoze Xie (on display through July 8, 2018)

Eyes On is a unique exhibit as it features still-life paintings of books and videos that are banned in China. They were created by Xiaoze Xie who was born in China’s Guangdong Province at the beginning of the Chinese Revolution in 1966.

Stampede: Animals in Art (on display through May 19, 2019)

Stampede is where visitors can see how animals have captivated artists throughout history. They’ll discover and consider the roles animals play as they explore the different themes, and artists include Frederic Remington, Deborah Butterfield, and Georgia O’Keeffe. This exhibit also features an interactive area where everyone can learn about the creative process behind Never Alone, a video game made by native North Alaskan storytellers.

The Denver Art Museum is just one of the cultural attractions that you can enjoy if you call our apartments in Northglenn, CO home. Please contact us to set up a tour.

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