Anderson Ranch at the Aspen Art Museum

In an historic collaborative effort, the Aspen Art Museum and Anderson Ranch Arts Center present an exhibition that highlights the artistic accomplishments of Anderson Ranch, its history of art-making, and its importance to the local community.

ARAC@AAM: Anderson Ranch at the Aspen Art Museum is organized from over 250 submissions received from an open call to all former artists-inresidence, workshop faculty, visiting artists and critics, and Anderson Ranch staff. Collaboratively invited by the museum and the ranch, Dan Cameron, the Director of Visual Arts at the Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans; Laura Hoptman, the Senior Curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York; and Lauri Firstenberg, Director/Curator of LA>ART in Los Angeles, worked together to jury and curate the exhibition, which brings together works that are as rich and diverse as Anderson Ranch’s own artistic legacy.

Featuring work by:
Laura Berman
Lisa K. Blatt
Phyllis Bramson
Emily Cameron
Squeak Carnwath
Theresa Chong
Roy Dowell
Jessica Frelinghuysen
Don Fritz
Arthur González
Chris Gustin
Harmony Hammond
Cherie Hiser
Benjamin Koch
Christine Lee
Jeffrey Marshall
Scott McCarney
Liliana Mejia
Willie Osterman
Lucy Puls
Michael Puryear
Milton Rosa-Ortiz
Buzz Spector
John Torreano
Edie Tsong
Mark Tribe

Support for ARAC@AAM: Anderson Ranch at the Aspen Art Museum provided by Baldwin Gallery, Barbara and Bruce Berger, Lee and Mel Eagle, Richard Edwards, Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy, Toby Devan Lewis, Sara Ransford, Mary and Patrick Scanlan, Betty and Lloyd Schermer, June and Paul Schorr, and Dee and Charles Wyly. AAM Art Talks are part of the Questrom Lecture Series.

Aspen Art Museum | 590 North Mill Street | Aspen, Colorado 81611 | 970.925.8050 |

–Anthony P. Munoz