Pop-up Exhibit: Black Cube Nomadic Museum

Brutifully sculpted.

Courtesy Black Cube Nomadic Museum

The Black Cube Nomadic Museum chooses to use the city as its exhibition space and, therefore, does not have a physical address. Courtesy Black Cube Nomadic Museum

What: Currently at the Stanley Marketplace, Black Cube Nomadic Museum is hosting the pop-up exhibit New Brutal by artist fellow Derrick Velasquez. The main feature is Velasquez’s largest work to date — a 25-foot tower-shaped sculpture inspired by common building materials. Dubbing its title from brutalism, this style of art is characterized by the architectural plainness the artist sees in the design of Denver’s new buildings and the beauty he sees in the construction process. Experience Velasquez’s view of the Mile High City before time runs out.

When: November 12 to December 12 on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m., and Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m.

Where: Stanley Marketplace (2501 N. Dallas Street, Aurora)

More Info: The artist will present a lecture about his work at 7 p.m. on Thursday, December 10.

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