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Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery

3542 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205 | Downtown Denver | 303-351-1251
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The Gallery was founded by Carmen and Kurt Wiedenhoeft in 2011 with two goals. The first priority is to serve as a creative space to support well-established, mid-career artists in Colorado. The mission of the Gallery is to create a deep archive of the work of the artists it represents and to take the work of these artists to more international audiences. The second priorities are to bring artists to Colorado not exhibited in our region and create a vital voice in Denver's cultural landscape. We seek collaborations with other galleries and artists to further our mission. The Gallery exhibits contemporary art. Carmen Wiedenhoeft maintains the Jeffrey Keith Archive-- an evolving project to document the life and work of the artist and to create a catalogue raisonné. The Gallery is also documenting the life and work of the photographer Richard Peterson.