Mixed media. James Prinz Photography, Chicago. Courtesy of Nick Cave and the Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Nick Cave: Sojourn

June 9, 2013September 22, 2013
Hamilton Building - Level 2 — Ticketed with member discount. Prices
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Adult$15.00$0.00
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Youth (6–18)$5.00$0.00
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“Artist Nick Cave’s gorgeous creations are a must-see at the DAM....” – Michael Paglia, Westword

Sojourn will delight audiences of all ages with its sophisticated blend of color and whimsy." – Westword

Nick Cave: Sojourn is a multisensory experience unlike any other.... Cave’s imagination is a whimsical, talented land that begs you to immerse yourself.”– Daliah Singer, 5280

Taking visitors on a journey through the artist’s imagination, Nick Cave: Sojourn will feature approximately 40 new artworks including more than 20 new Soundsuits. Cave’s multi-sensory, immersive installation will transport visitors to a magical world of color, texture, sound, and movement.

In the exhibition, visitors will see a passageway constructed of thousands of buttons; large-scale, sculptural objects made out of found objects; more than 20 new Soundsuits; and new short films.

Described as textiles-meet-modern dance, Cave’s colorful, larger-than-life sculptures have been displayed in museums and many of the Soundsuits have been worn by Cave and other professional dancers as part of performances. The Soundsuits consist of a wide variety of materials and are designed to make noise as the wearer moves.

Nick Cave: Sojourn will be on view through September 22, 2013. This ticketed exhibition is free for members.

Soundsuits Performance

More Nick Cave Content

  • Find more artworks by and interviews with Nick Cave on the DAM's Nick Cave board on Pinterest and Nick Cave playlist on YouTube.
  • Find links to behind-the-scenes notes about Nick Cave: Sojourn in the Related Blog Posts box on this page.

Nick Cave: Sojourn is organized by the Denver Art Museum. This exhibition is made possible through the significant support of Vicki and Kent Logan, U.S. Bank, and PB&K Family Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the generous donors to the Annual Fund Leadership Campaign and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Promotional support is provided by 5280 Magazine, CBS4, and The Denver Post.