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Feb. 14 - May 26: Museum of Broken Relationships.
Never a city to dwell in the past, Boulder has always been a bit ahead of its time. Perhaps that's what makes the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Ar...
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art curator Petra Sertic first became aware of the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb when a friend took her t...
Did you hear the one about Colleen, the online-date-a-holic whose most recent courting fiasco involved the Itcher and his unfortunately boisterous “Hey, Match.com lady!” greeting, which instantly turned heads at P.F. Chang’s? These sorts of... More »
Only 23 years old, New York's Nicolas Jaar is turning heads in the electronic-music world with his cerebral take on left-field house and experimental techno that makes frequent use of live instrumen... More »
Winter is finally here (for the moment, anyway), but there's still plenty to do inside (and outside) in the Mile High City. From proms to late-night full moon-watching to adult skateboarding parties a... More »
Maybe you keep it in the back of a drawer or between the leaves of an old journal, or perhaps in a cardboard box in the garage. You don't know why you keep it, but you do, and every once in a while, w... More »
BMoCA's venture into community involvement, Museum of Broken Relationships, is actually the local incarnation of an international movement based in Zagreb, where former lovers Draen Grubiic and Olinka Vitica curate a permanent collection of cast-off mementos left behind when relationships end. Boulderites and other Front Rangers answered BMoCA's call by donating their own relics of love lost for the exhibit, which is on view through May; after the show ends, the keepsakes will make their way... More »
Colorado native and Colorado College art instructor Scott Johnson is an installation whiz, and for this impressive if enigmatic show, he completely took over the East Gallery at BMoCA. The Look of Nowhere, which included separate installations, a video and hemispherical mirrors, all of it sparely lit, was purportedly about Johnson's ruminations on Venice, but that was hard to tell. Easier to see was that Johnson really knows how to command a space and turn it into his own unique world. More »
Sometimes shows that take on political topics have the character of earnest class projects in a high-school corridor, but that was hardly the case with Weather Report: Art and Climate Change, a mammoth show organized by curator and art theorist Lucy Lippard. It not only filled the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art to capacity, but spilled over to the Boulder Public Library and various other places. Lippard tapped some of the most famous environmental artists in the world along with Colorado... More »
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