Alter Salon 1 Brings Together 30 Denver-area Artists For an Expansive Group Show
Shorts has opened their second exhibition, Alter Salon No 1, at the site of a defunct church up on the north side of Denver. The group show features more than 30 artists residing in an around Colorado's capital. A variety of mediums are on display, ranging from silicon to pulverized minerals and discarded flags. Mark Sink, Jason Thielke, Scot Lefavor headline this group of artists utilizing a wide range of technique and materials.
The Shorts project is a collaborative effort between Max Kauffman and Andrew Mark Hoffman that exists as an ephemeral space, with projects taking place in various venues around the Denver area and beyond. Shorts' goal is ''looking at the gallery/artist paradigm in a new light- As technology brings ever more art onto the internet and social media for people to consume, we aim to bring back traditional models of artistic support. To reduce the stiffness often seen in today’s art world. Ideally, we can bring art to you as comfortable as you might put on a pair of shorts. Nice and cozy.'' New outfits coming soon....––Gabe Scott
Mark and Poppy Sink
Mixed media on paper