Art museum unveils Biennial, Part II |

Art museum unveils Biennial, Part II

Aspen Times Staff
Untitled works by Basalt photographer Karl Wolfgang, including this one, are featured in the Colorado Biennial, Part II, opening tonight at the Aspen Art Museum. (Courtesy Karl Wolfgang)

The Aspen Art Museum’s Colorado Biennial, Part II opens with a reception tonight from 6 to 8 p.m.

Part II of the Biennial features the work of two Roaring Fork Valley photographers: Woody Creeker George Stranahan, who will show intimate, introspective images; and Basaltine Karl Wolfgang, who will show images from the tails of 35mm film, and a series of nighttime images of residential neighborhoods, taken from a car.

Also in the show are urban design images by Denver’s Evan Hecox; landscape installations by Senga Nengudi of Colorado Springs; black-and-white photographs by Denver’s Kevin O’Connell; and works from Denver psychology student Jenna Wilson’s “Extraordinary Science” series.

The second half of the 2006 Biennial runs through Nov. 26. The museum is at 590 N. Mill St.

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