Here are a few disturbing images from Out Figured at the Metro's Center for Visual Art

In this week's art column by Michael Paglia, the Westword art critic writes that the images in Out Figured -- which closes after Saturday, April 7! -- raise "disturbing, or at least edgy, philosophical, sexual, psychological or sociological issues."

Below are a few images from the exhibit at Metro's Center for Visual Art that "represents the swan song for curator and center director Jennifer Garner, who's returned to Metropolitan State College of Denver to resume teaching full-time as an associate professor in fine arts.

After you view the images below, make sure to finish reading Paglia's column on Page 29 of this week's issue, or here: "Facts and Figures."

And go see Out Figured in-person before it's too late. The Center for Visual Art is located at 965 Santa Fe Drive, its phone number is 303-294-5207 and its website is www.metrostatecva.org.

Artist: Jenny Morgan Title: "All We Have is Now" Medium:  Oil on canvas Year:  2010 From the collection of: Alexandra Theriault MD and Ron Guillot Artist: Irene Delka McCray Title: "Restrict" Medium:  Oil on canvas Year: 2011 Artist: John Coplans (1920-2003)                                    Title: "Self Portrait (Hands holding feet)" Medium: Gelatin silver print Year: 1985 From the collection of: The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois.

Images continue on Page 2.

Artist: The Corvo Brothers Title: "Wax Venus" Medium: Archival pigment on panel Year:2011 Artist: Christina West Title: "What a Doll: The Human Object as a Toy" Medium: Glazed ceramic and stuffed fabric Year: 2010 Artist: Marie Vlasic Title: "Warrior" Medium: Oil on board, 24" x 24" Year: 2011

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