The New Aspen Art Museum Opens Doors

The New Aspen Art Museum Opens Doors

The New Aspen Art Museum Opens Doors

Located at the corner of Hyman Avenue and Spring Street, the New Aspen Art Musem has opened its doors. Debut exhibitions include; Cai Guo-Qiang, Jim Hodges, Shigeru Ban: Humanitarian Architecture, Yves Klein/David Hammons, Tomma Abts, Rosemarie Trockel.

The new exhibits include:

Cai Guo-­?Qiang's installations and events aim to establish an exchange between viewers and the larger universe, utilizing site-­?specific approaches to both culture and history. The AAM exhibition will feature a unique project specifically created for Aspen and the new AAM facility roof deck sculpture garden.

For the New AAM, Hodges will premiere With Liberty and Justice For All, a new text-­? based outdoor installation on the street-­?level plaza running along the Spring Street and Hyman Avenue sides of the new AAM building.

SHIGERU BAN: Humanitarian Architecture
Featuring full-­?scale examples of Ban's groundbreaking disaster-­?relief designs that allow the viewer to walk around and even enter into the structures.

An unprecedented coupling of two of the most significant artists of our time. The exhibition will present selected bodied of work by each artist in order to explore points of aesthetic harmony between their artistic practices.

The first survey of the artist's drawing practice, including works created specifically for the exhibition.

Rosemarie Trockel is one of the most influential artists of the last thirty years. Her AAM exhibition will offer a focused look at her groundbreaking and multifaceted engagement with the medium of ceramics.

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