The Nth Dimension

Mug Shot (blue #001) included in The Nth Dimension – a group exhibition concurrent with the retrospective Clark Richert in Hyperspace
Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
June 7 – September 1, 2019

Mug Shot (blue #001), 2012, acrylic on panel, diptych, each 17.75 x 17.75 in. (private collection)

Installation view of works by Nth Dimension artists (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Nth Dimension artists (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Nth Dimension artists (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Nth Dimension artists (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Nth Dimension artists (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Nth Dimension artists (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Nth Dimension artists (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Clark Richert (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Clark Richert (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Clark Richert (photo: Wes Magyar)

Installation view of works by Clark Richert (photo: Wes Magyar)

From the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver website…

“A complementary exhibition at MCA Denver, The Nth Dimension, demonstrates Richert’s impact on a younger generation of artists. Richert taught painting at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design from 1998 to 2018 and continues to serve as a professional mentor and artistic role model to many of his former students. The artists included in this exhibition who claim Richert as an influence include Joseph Coniff, Gregory Hayes, Jason Hoelscher, Matthew Larson, Karen McClanahan, Kate Nickel, Bruce Price, and Zach Reini. Evidence of Richert’s style, methods, and, above all, concern with dimensionality can be identified in the works on view here.”
Curated by Zoe Larkins

Read more about Clark Richert in Hyperspace and The Nth Dimension on the MCA Denver website.