Ibrahim MirandaFeatured Artist
Cuban artist Ibrahim Miranda explores themes of isolation and separateness in his series of scrolls, in which he removes atlas pages from their original bindings and attaches them end-to-end. For Miranda, drawing and printing onto maps is an incidental, open-ended process similar to the dynamics that unfold among Cuba's natural and human inhabitants.
Flags of ResilienceSpecial Project
"When you get the opportunity to start over, what kinds of seeds would you plant?" Support Flags of Resilience, our new project created by Thais Mather and featuring an uplifting flag design by acclaimed Denver-based muralists Pedro Barrios and Jaime Molina (aka The Worst Crew).
Digital HabitOnline Event Series
Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm MT
For the safety of our visitors and staff, the gallery is open by appointment only. To arrange an in-person or video visit, call us at (505) 982-8111 or email at email@example.com. For in-person visits, masks are required. We appreciate your patience and thank you for supporting the arts!