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June 07 2017

Five Stunning Ways to Celebrate Art in Denver This Week

Westword article by Susan Froyd - Cortney Lane Stell and the Black Cube Nomadic Museum took two prominent Colorado artists — Laura Shill and Joel Swanson — to the 2017 Venice Biennale, and now they’re back and ready to talk about their exhibit abroad, Personal Structures, on view in the historic Palazzo Bembo through November.

June 04 2017

Piece by piece, important visual arts event Venice Biennale feels closer and closer to Denver

Denver Post article by Ray Rinaldi - The Venice Biennale is arguably the most important visual arts event on the planet, but it’s always felt a bit distant from Denver. We watch from afar to see who might emerge as a new art-world star from the exhibits that different countries produce every two years on-site, though not many of us travel the 5,000 miles to experience the event.

May 17 2017

Black Cube has brought a “Colorado pavilion” to Venice

Art F City - Denver-based nomadic gallery Black Cube has brought a “Colorado pavilion” to Venice as a satellite show, challenging the nationalist model of the Biennale. With text based neons from Joel Swanson and shiny gold sculptures from Laura Shill, it might sound like a fair booth on paper, but the work is gorgeous. Even Paddy (who was unphased by most of the Biennale) loved it.

May 16 2017

And the Latest Nation to Join the Venice Biennale Is… Colorado

artnet news - article by Terence Trouillot. In the midst of all the frenzy surrounding this year’s Venice Biennale and its antiquated nationalist structure, one pop-up exhibition is serving as ambassador for an unexpected global art community: Colorado.

April 28 2017

Cortney Lane Stell: Blowing up the art gallery

As the curator heads off for a showcase of Colorado artists in Venice, she chats about her working philosophy and reveals her plan to exhibit art in automobiles.

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).