My Colorado: Architecture
The My Colorado: Architecture exhibit captures images of inspiring architecture within urban settings, the Eastern Plains and the Rocky Mountains. The exhibit features a variety of Colorado architectural structures that are just as diverse as the landscape itself.
Out of hundreds of submissions by both professional and amateur photographers, 35 Colorado-based artists were selected for DEN's newest photo exhibit, My Colorado: Architecture. The exhibit is part of Denver’s March 2021 Month of Photography biennial festival, that celebrates photography and exhibition opportunities for artists.
Photo Caption: Our feature photo (above) is a compilation from our five honorable mention awardees. Left to right: Zach Connor, Home of the Ancients; Chris Reilmann, Archway; Calum Mashburn, Billy the Bison Chillin’ in the DEN; David J. Kennedy, Abbott Church at Sunset; Adam Thorstensen, Spires to Heaven.
My Colorado: Architecture will be on display for six months to one year. The exhibit may move to other temporary locations throughout the airport thereafter.
Robert J. Anderson, Salvador Armendariz, Peter Barta, Erik Conerty, Zach Connor, Charlotte Couchman, Coninyah B. Dew, Patty DiRienzo, Greg Fuller, Lars Gesing, Robert Greenhalgh, Lauren Griffith, Austin Hogan-McCool, Jeremy Janus, Ryan Kane, David J. Kennedy, Lee LaBier, Charles Lehman, John Leyba, Andrea Lind, Armando Martinez, Calum Mashburn, Lon Nestrud, Tony Ortega, Joshua Palmeri, Chris Reilmann, James W. Rogers, Ambri Sheahan, Jeff Stephenson, Richard (Chip) M. Thomas II, Adam Thorstensen, Rebecca Todd, Adriel Torres, Jeff Van Scoyk, Mandi Wood.
Colorado from a Distance Virtual Exhibit
"Thunderbird Salute" by Glenn Asakawa
In June, DEN asked for Coloradans to share their photos that showcased life amid COVID-19. Submissions include positive interpretations of daily life, solutions for distantly celebrated special occasions, uplifting contact with loved ones and maintaining a sense of community in a unique and safe way.
In honor of DEN’s 25th birthday this year, 25 photos were selected by a jury for DEN’s first entirely virtual exhibition, Colorado from a Distance.
Each photo captures the creative and inspiring ways people have stayed connected during trying times.
About the Artist
Selected photographers include: Glenn Asakawa, Stephanie Barta, Tom Bouckaert, Janet Bressler, Darren Bridges, Kurt Brown, Frank Burzynski, EJ Carr, Michelle Courtney, Robert Ferreira, Nick Fletcher, James Fountain, Tina Hagerling, Jason Helbig, Daniel John, Cathi Logan, Ken Mostek, Hannah Ninke, Jennifer Richardson, Gwendolyn Ross, Taylor Smith, Kiara Strothers, Nicholas Thayer, Rebecca Todd/Kristen Wurth, Zac Vanse
My Colorado is an extensive photography exhibit that captures Colorado’s past, present and future. The exhibit features 35 artists who were selected from a state-wide call for entry asking for their visual interpretations of Colorado. The impressive submissions were narrowed down from over 4,000 images by Coloradan photographers who shared their vision of our great state.
My Colorado will be a two-part exhibit and run from Oct. 17, 2019 through June 2020, with an overall duration of approximately two years. The first and primary location of the exhibit will be on DEN’s Concourse A, just beyond the bridge security checkpoint. Thereafter, the exhibit will be relocated to various locations on Concourses A and B through early 2021.
Photo Caption: Our feature photo (above) displays our honorable mentions (clockwise from top left): Bart Deferme Smokey Sunrise on Mt. Evan; Neil Corman Top of the Dunes; Armando Geneyro Juneteenth Celebration; Mark Go Yellow.
About the Artist
Selected photographers include: Donnell Allen, Kevin Anderson, Tony Austin, Justin Baltz, Timothy Brown, Frank Burzynski, Linda Cammarata, Noah Catalfomo, Jennifer Clark, Amanda Constant, Shana Cook, Neil Corman, Bart Deferme, Lisa Downs, Henning Droeger, Jeff Edwards, Bob Falcone, Wyn Ferrell, Carl Finocchiaro, Armando Geneyro, Mher Ginosyan, Mark Go, Jeffrey Goudy, Jeremy Hansen, Michael Holtby, Allen Karsh, Jace Matthews, Beth McCarley, Stephanie McCollister Cox, Jenna Rice, Alexander Stephens, Ben Strauss, Luke Trautwein, Scott Wilson, Diana Zamarron.