Discover why The Mile High City is the place to be when it comes to incredible arts and culture.
Ends Feb. 23, 2019
This exhibit explores some of the powerful images taken by different satellites of Latin America over the past 20 years and the connection that exists between people, satellites and the Infinite — the eternal inhabitants of the universe.
Ends Mar. 3, 2019
Denver Art Museum will host the U.S. debut of the renowned exhibition, Dior: From Paris to the World. Surveying more than 70 years of the House of Dior’s legacy and influence, the exhibit features a selection of 150 haute couture dresses, accessories, photos, original sketches and archival material.
Ends May 19, 2019
Whether depicted as faithful companions or threatening adversaries, animals have been the subjects of human art for centuries. Stampede allows visitors to consider the roles animals play in our lives and in our art through more than 300 paintings, sculptures and more at Denver Art Museum.
Feb. 2–June 2, 2019
Denver-born artist Jordan Casteel chooses her subjects by walking around her neighborhood in Harlemn, New York, and taking photographs, which she then translates into larger-than-life portraits, revealing individuals and atmospheres that often go unnoticed.
Mar. 2, 2019–Jan. 9, 2020
Treasures of British Art: The Berger Collection features more than 60 paintings by masters such as Anthony van Dyck, Adriaen van Diest, John Singer Sargent and Thomas Hudson, gifted to the Denver Art Museum by the Berger Collection Educational Trust.
May 5–Aug. 25, 2019
This unique exhibit presents the concept of playfulness in postwar America as a catalyst for creativity and thoughtful design in everything from home furnishings, to children’s toys, to corporate offices.
Oct. 20, 2019–Feb. 2, 2020
Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature is the most comprehensive exhibition of Monet paintings in the United States in more than two decades, featuring more than 100 paintings spanning Monet's entire career. This exhibit focused on the renowned impressionist's relationship with nature as he traveled across Europe, including the landscapes of France, the Mediterranean, London, Norway and the Netherlands.