The five artists — Francisco Alvarado-Juarez (Honduras), Patricia Tinajero (Ecuador), Ariadna Capasso and Damian Keller (Argentina) and PAZ (Mexico) — all display what Salazar calls “a serious connect with the environment,” expressing the ongoing clash be-tween the artificial and the natural in thoughtful installations, in keeping with the overall Biennial focus on addressing modern issues confronting the Americas. Where they come from, that clash is maybe even more relevant...and obvious, as rainforests fall to urban encroachments on a grand level.
Enviros opens tonight with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Museo, 861 Santa Fe Drive; admission is free. For additional information, go to museo.org or call 303-571-4401. For more about Biennial satellite exhibits, visit biennialoftheameri-cas.org/experience/cultural-programming.
Tuesdays-Sundays. Starts: June 20. Continues through Sept. 22, 2013