Art Museum unveils upcoming schedule
The Aspen Art Museum has set its schedule of exhibits and events through the spring of 2007.
Currently showing on the grounds of the Art Museum is “Recyclone,” a sculpture by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes.
Belief and Doubt, a group show curated by Aspen Art Museum director and chief curator Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson and centered around the theme of religion and notions of God, shows Aug. 4-Oct. 1, with an opening reception Aug. 10. Jacobson will conduct public conversations with exhibiting artists Julie Mehretu (Aug. 3) and Paul Chan (Aug. 15) at the museum.
“Oedipus Rex,” a film directed by Javier Tellez and made in the Aspen area in the spring, will be exhibited Aug. 11-Oct. 1, with a reception Aug. 10.
Part I of the inaugural Colorado Biennial, organized by Art Museum assistant curator Matthew Thompson, will show Oct. 13-29, with Part II following, Nov. 10-26.
One-person shows by American artist Amy Adler and German artist Markus Schinwald open Dec. 15 and close midwinter. The group show Like Color in Pictures and a one-person exhibit by Brazilian-born Tonico Lemos Auad will run Feb. 16-April 15.
The annual summer benefit event artCrush, an evening of wine-tasting, dining and silent and live auctions, is set for Aug. 4 at the museum. The annual winter, apres-ski benefit event is scheduled for Dec. 28.
For further information, call 925-8050, or go to http://www.aspenartmuseum.org.
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