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Anderman Photography Lecture Series: An-My Lê

CPAC members are eligible for the member price.

In her work, An-My Lê examines the culture of war. Drawing equally from the traditions of landscape and combat photography, she uses a large format camera not to depict the action of battle, but to give context to how we fight. Lê’s resultant images—of tanks and missiles in seemingly choreographed movements, ships on a cerulean sea, or soldiers performing the mundane duties that surround war—are cinematic in scope and resonate with layered meanings and implicit narratives.

Asian Art Association Wed @ Noon: Contemporary Tibetan Art with Tenzing Rigdol

Contemporary Tibetan art is a quickly rising field of interest for art collectors, scholars, and the public alike. In 2014, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City acquired its first contemporary Tibetan work from artist Tenzin Rigdol. Rigdol’s output in the past decade includes paintings, collage, and an installation project in India that was documented in the 2014 film “Bringing Tibet Home.” For this lecture, Rigdol will be discussing his art and its relation to Tibetan traditions and struggles.

Bringing the World of Wyeth to Denver: A Lecture with Timothy Standring

Timothy Standring, Gates Foundation Curator of Paintings and Sculpture, will share his curatorial insights and many behind-the-scenes stories related to his research on the exhibition Wyeth: Andrew and Jamie in the Studio. Discover how many tasks go into the creation of such exhibitions, and why it takes a village to mount such considerable projects that the Denver Art Museum organizes. A book signing with Timothy Standring will immediately follow in the Hamilton gift shop.

Please note that this purchase does not include entrance to the museum or the special exhibition; only to the lecture in Sharp.

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