Robischon Gallery, 1740 Wazee Street
January 17 through March 9
Opening Reception and Gallery Talk: Thursday, January 17, 6 to 8 p.m.
In a rare turn, Robischon Gallery turns over the space to a single artist: Cuban-born Enrique Martínez Celaya, whose new self-curated exhibition, The Boy: Witness and Marker 2003-2018, is the first to focus exclusively on his recurring theme of a boy caught in the mystery of his rite of passage, rendered in a variety of media. The Boy opens with a reception and a live conversation between Celaya and independent curator, art critic and journalist Lilly Wei, beginning at 7 p.m.
Vicki Myhren Gallery, 2121 East Asbury Avenue
Thursdays, January 17 through 31, 4 p.m.
Fieldworks runs through February 17
How do works of art get made? Fieldworks, which opened a week ago, showcases six interdisciplinary University of Denver faculty members in the act of creation, using exploratory works and process materials employed along the way. The lecture series is a key element of the exhibition, pairing two participating artists or teams in conversation each week, as well as an opportunity to explore the show.
BMoCA @ Macky, Macky Auditorium,1595 Pleasant Street, Boulder
January 17 through May 5
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 17, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art’s off-site Macky Auditorium gallery gets a head start on the 2019 Month of Photography slate of Front Range exhibitions that will reach full bloom in March with this solo by Denver photographer Matthew Pevear, who documented random imagery he observed over a period of two years as an artist-pedestrian.
Lane Meyer Projects, 2528 Walnut Street
January 18 through February 11
Opening Reception: Friday, January 18, 6 to 11 p.m.
Albuquerque-based artist David D’Agostino brings his heavily impastoed, unsentimental views of the New Mexican landscape up north. In D’Agostino’s visual world, there’s no sidling up to the spirit of a rock.