BMoCA

BMoCA

Museum Info
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302
303.443.2122
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The museum will be closed to the public through Saturday, April 11.

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Admission
  • $2 – adults
  • $2 – seniors
  • $2 – students
  • & educators

Free for members and children under the age of 12.

Present Box
March 5 – March 22, 2020
Guest curated by Rose van Mierlo

As a central feature of the exhibition, Davis presents the figure of the staircase as a metaphor for assumed socio-economic progress versus the real, racial, gendered, and monetary disparities in contemporary America. Drawing on black feminist theory, Davis looks at sources from the suffrage movement, current visual culture, and gender politics to encourage a debate around minority women’s representation and citizenship.

Image: Candice Davis, 13850, 2017, installation, performance

January 30 – May 25, 2020
Guest curated by Kim Dickey

This exhibition invites the audience to explore the haunting beauty of Stacey Steers’ three latest films. Through multiple screens, hand-cut collages, and fabricated sculptures of miniature homes, stacked beds, and antiquated instruments, Steers takes us on a journey into the night.

Image: Stacey Steers, Phantom Canyon (detail of collage used in film), 2006, mixed media on paper, 6 × 8”. Image courtesy of the artist.

January 30 – May 25, 2020
Guest curated by Simon Zalkind

A much acclaimed and influential artist, Gilboy’s work defies easy classification. Working primarily in oil and watercolor, she created paintings brimming with a seemingly incongruous and occasionally off-kilter deployment of objects both Eastern & Western.

Image: Margaretta Gilboy, Daphne & Apollo (detail), 2008, oil on linen, 24 × 30”. Courtesy of Paul Gillis.

BMoCA @ Macky
University of Colorado – Boulder
January 14 – May 1, 2020
Guest curated by Simon Zalkind

Fantasy, myth-making, allegory. BMoCA invites you to experience the idiosyncratic artwork of local artist Paul Gillis, who mines the depths of ambiguity, drawing viewers into the complexities of their own consciousness.

Image: Paul Gillis, I Forgive You My Sins (detail), 2011, oil on canvas, 42 × 46.25″. Courtesy of Rule Gallery.

Facing the beautiful Central Park and just three blocks from Pearl Street, the museum is an ideal location for your event.

Each season BMoCA’s galleries are transformed by a new group of world-renowned artists. The artwork presents a unique backdrop for your event and an opportunity for all guests to experience the vision of contemporary artists.