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January 27 2017

Why you should be following Black Cube (and here’s the 2017 lineup)

One Good Eye article by Ray Rinaldi - Black Cube is doing some of the most exciting — and surely unpredictable — visual arts work in Colorado and beyond these days. The nomadic museum, which curates pop-up exhibitions at galleries, retail spaces, sidewalks and places like Red Rocks park, takes chances on both the people it presents and its locations. The organization has made serious art fun, watchable, follow-able, entertaining, social, and accessible (though you do have to find it each time around).

January 24 2017

Exploding Art-World Boundaries With Black Cube's New Fellows

Westword article by Lauren Archuletta - As a nomadic contemporary art museum, Black Cube and its executive director and chief curator, Cortney Stell, have already proven that they're here to "turn the idea of a museum on its head," pushing limits in the contemporary art world. With the announcement of the 2017 artist fellows, Stell is prepared to shake things up once more.

December 22 2016

The top 10 art exhibits of 2016 in Colorado

One Good Eye, Ray Rinaldi – #4. SANGREE, Unclassified Site Museum, Black Cube Nomadic Museum. September 15 through Dec. 31 There he was, presidential candidate Donald Trump traveling the country and spewing divisive rhetoric about how he was going to shut off Mexico from the U.S. And here they were, the Mexican duo SANGREE actually installing remnants of their country’s ancient Teotihuacan civilization in mock vitrines under Denver’s downtown streets. This fake archeological site was a wall-crasher and a reminder that we earthlings are connected not on our surfaces but through our core.

December 08 2016

Artistic Duo, SANGREE, Shows Denver Both Past and Future

ArtBeat Magazine, Article by Kealey Boyd – Near the entrance to an abandoned underground bus station in downtown Denver are two large square glass portals that reveal a subterranean archeological dig. Enclosed in weight-bearing glass, one window reveals masonry walls that intersect in a T-shape below the sidewalk’s surface.

December 06 2016

Artists on Art: Denver Creatives Discuss the Local Scene

Confluence Denver Magazine - Five prominent local creatives share their thoughts on standout visual art, urban change in Denver and the evolving meaning of art in the years ahead. In the waning days of 2016, Confluence Denver quizzed five local arts luminaries about the city's arts scene, their favorite events, trends and exhibitions in recent memory and the evolving messages and challenges for artists in the coming new year. Cortney Lane Stell is executive director and chief curator of Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum.

October 27 2016

Fake Ruins Beneath a Denver Bus Station

Hyperallergic article by Devon Van Houten Maldonado – Beneath a disused bus station in downtown Denver, the Mexican artist collective SANGREE has shed light on the ruins of an ancient condominium complex that never existed.