Once Removed: Photography by Evan Anderman presents a selection of works by the Denver-based artist that examine the subtle beauty of the rural Eastern plains of Colorado, a landscape that has been modified by both natural and man-made processes. His works seek to challenge our understanding of the relationship between human development and the natural world by documenting the way we use the land. The artist’s unique perspective mediates a view of agriculture and industry that is not ordinarily accessible without special skills, training, and equipment. While the images have an abstracted aesthetic quality, they reveal the manifestation of global tensions on a local scale.
This exhibition is presented as part of Month of Photography.
Evan Anderman (b. 1964, Denver, Colorado) is a fine art photographer with a background in geology. He holds an MA and PhD in Geological Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden and a BS in Geological Engineering from Princeton University, New Jersey.
Reception & Artist Conversation
Wednesday, April 12
6pm conversation with the artist and special guest Eric Paddock, Curator of Photography and Media Arts at the Denver Art Museum.
This program is planned in conjunction with the 2017 Conference
on World Affairs.
BMoCA at Macky is an exhibition series presented by the museum in collaboration with Macky Auditorium Concert Hall, University of Colorado Boulder. Presented in the Andrew J. Macky Gallery in the foyer of the Macky Auditorium Concert Hall, the gallery is located at the intersection of 17th Street and University Avenue on the CU Boulder campus. Admission to the gallery is free and open to the public Monday–Friday, 10am–5pm and to ticketed patrons during Macky Auditorium performances and events.