Property Sold to Benefit the Acquisition Fund of the Denver Art Museum  

Property Sold to Benefit the Acquisition Fund of the Denver Art Museum

Denver Art Museum
Denver Art Museum at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers

Arts of the American West

Denver, Colorado

Saturday and Sunday, May 6-7

Denver Exhibition Times

Monday, May 1, 10am-5pm
Tuesday, May 2, 10am-5pm
Wednesday, May 3, 10am-5pm
Thursday, May 4, 10am-5pm
Friday, May 5, 10am-8pm

Contact

Rachel Enright

303.825.1855

rachelenright@lesliehindman.com

African and Oceanic Art

Online Only – Bidsquare

Monday, May 8 – Thursday, May 18

Chicago Exhibition Times

Sunday, May 14, 12am – 4pm
Monday, May 15, 10am – 5pm
Tuesday, May 16, 10am – 5pm
Wednesday, May 17, 10am – 5pm
Thursday, May 18, 10am – 5pm

Contact

Luke Palmer

312.334.4217

lukepalmer@lesliehindman.com

For more than 120 years, the Denver Art Museum has stood as a beacon for art and culture in the Rocky Mountain West. The museum’s strategic vision is grounded in the belief that art can make a difference in people’s lives by inspiring creativity and fostering a greater understanding of our world. The Denver Art Museum is known for its exemplary education approach and an innovative exhibition program that pushes the boundaries of what museums can do. As Denver continues to build upon its national reputation as an innovative city with a highly creative and active population, the museum is a valued anchor in the region’s creative ecosystem, inspiring visitors through its collections, programs, campus, and community engagement.

As an unmatched cultural and creative resource for the seven-state Rocky Mountain region, the Denver Art Museum is committed to the continual refinement and enhancement of its collections, making them accessible, preserving them for future generations, and building on a national reputation for leadership and excellence in collection management and conservation. The diversity represented by collections encourages collaboration among departments to explore the depth of human experience inherent to art, crossovers that illuminate the rich entanglement of cultures and histories present in our everyday lives.

The Denver Art Museum’s collections – including African art; American Indian art; Architecture, Design and Graphics; Asian art; Modern and Contemporary art; Painting and Sculpture; Photography; Oceanic art; Pre-Columbian art; Spanish Colonial art; Textile art and Fashion and Western American art– span human experience, highlighting creativity in all its forms.

Properties from the Denver Art Museum’s collection are being sold to benefit future art acquisitions.

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