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The Hexton Gallery is showcasing works from Christo and Jeanne-Claude in the first showing of Christo's work since his death in 2020.
August 1, 2022 - November 30, 2022
Never-before-seen works from Christo and Jeanne-Claude will finally be seeing the light of day. The Hexton Gallery in Aspen presents the “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Ephemeral Nature” exhibit, featuring a selection of Christo’s original works, many of which have never been seen by the public. The artistic couple is known for their interventions of famous monuments and natural spaces, and their famous 1972 “Valley Curtain” project, which involved stretching an orange curtain across Colorado State Highway 325, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. It is the first showing of Christo’s art since his passing in May 2020. The display will feature the couple’s “Wrapped Objects,” including a wrapped flower bouquet Christo had gifted his wife, alongside pieces from “The Umbrellas: Project for USA and Japan,” “Over the River,” “The Gates Project,” and “Valley Curtain.”
Unfolding in two parts, the first installation of Gaetano Pesce’s “My Dear Mountains” spans more than half a century’s work by the multidisciplinary creative.
A special installation of Paola Pivi’s Bear Like Me will hang in the Aspen Art Museum through August 5, coinciding with the Aspen ArtCrush Gala and Auction.
Precious Okoyomon’s “Every Earthly Morning the Sky’s Light touches Ur Life is Unprecedented in its Beauty” is an evolving presentation at Aspen Art Museum.
The Aspen Art Museum has "Mountain / Time," a moving pictures exhibition, on display through September 11.
Intersect Aspen is back in Colorado from July 31 to August 4 at the Aspen Ice Garden. 31 galleries from 21 cities will be on display.
"Andy Warhol: Lifetimes" is on view in Aspen through March 2022.
“The Chastened Cowboy,” by Will Cotton is on view at Baldwin Gallery.
“Worship Works,” an exhibition of new works by Genesis Tramaine, is on view at Almine Rech through August 1.