Mi Tierra

Contemporary Artists Explore Place

Carmen Argote, Live/Work (detail), 2016. Mixed media, paper, and metal screen. © Carmen Argote

Jaime Carrejo, One-Way Mirror (video still), 2017. Courtesy and © Jaime Carrejo

Gabriel Dawe, Plexus no. 36, 2016. Gütermann thread, painted wood, and hooks. © Gabriel Dawe

Claudio Dicochea, Songs of the Event Horizon, 2017. © Claudio Dicochea

Daniela Edburg, Uprooted, 2017. © Daniela Edburg

Justin Favela, Fridalandia, 2017. © Justin Favela

Ana Teresa Fernández, Erasure 4 (performance documentation), 2015. Oil on canvas, 60 x 72 in. Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco. © Ana Teresa Fernández

John Jota Leaños, Destinies Manifest, 2017. Digital animation with sound, 7 minutes. © John Jota Leaños

Dmitri Obergfell, Federal Fashion Mart, 2016. © Dmitri Obergfell

Ruben Ochoa, Ever since I was little it looked like fun, 2017. © Ruben Ochoa

Daisy Quezada, Desplazamiento/Contención (Displacement/Containment), 2017. © Daisy Quezada

Xochi Solis, We were not always fallen from the mountain, 2016. Gouache, house paint, acrylic, spray paint, Dura-lar film, digitally printed vinyl, SolarFast™ shadow prints, naturally-dyed and handmade paper, colored paper, and found images. © Xochi Solis

Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place is organized by the Denver Art Museum. It is presented by Bank of America with generous exhibition funding also provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Vicki and Kent Logan, the 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, Comcast Spotlight, and The Denver Post. Special thanks to the Mexican Cultural Center.

Additional generous support for Daniela Edburg’s Uprooted is provided by the Hamilton Family Foundation through the Hamilton Collaborative: a Visiting Artist Program of the University of Denver and the Denver Art Museum. Jaime Carrejo’s One-Way Mirror is funded by Demiurge LLC and Ramiro Gomez’s Lupita by Jim and Julie Taylor.