Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Lucas Simoes, Bird 4, 2012, burned photograph

Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure

Something About the State of Being opens Friday, August 31, at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design's Philip J. Steele Gallery. Curator Cortney Stell is bringing together six artists from around the world -- all making their Colorado debut -- with a show that explores the human figure, and the ambiguity of being.

Here's a first look at some of the pieces that will be on display.

See also:

- Read an excerpt from Noah Van Sciver's The Hypo; get the book at Kilgore tomorrow night - Teamwork entwines five solo shows at Core New Art Space - Photos: The MCA's Continental Drift brings Colorado art into focus

Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Jason Bard Yarmosky, Ballet Study, 2012, graphite on paper
Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Mina Milk, in Red, 2011, monoprint
Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Sergio Albiac, Unreleased Thoughts 2, digital image
Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Lucas Simoes, AUS'NCIA 01, burned photograph
Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Tynan Kerr & Andrew Mazorol, Edge of Camp, acrylic on canvas
Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Sergio Albiac, Unreleased Thoughts 1, digital image

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