Celebrating 100 Years of Bauhaus!
To celebrate 100 years since the opening of the Bauhaus, Kirkland Museum is highlighting objects by Bauhaus designers in a year-long celebration, and featuring the work of two Bauhaus artists who worked in Colorado: herbert bayer and Werner Drewes.
B 263 Side Chair (1931) designed by Mart Stam (1899-1986) and mirage (1949) oil on linen by Herbert Bayer (1900-1985).
We Couldn't Do This Without You!
Your donation ensures the rediscovery, preservation and exhibition of one-of-a-kind Colorado art and international decorative art in a museum experience that stirs emotion like no other. Right now your gift to the Kirkland Museum Fund will be DOUBLED thanks to generous matching funds (up to $10,000)—but only before midnight on December 31st.
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Photo by Daniel Holton.
Plan Your Visit
Time travel through 150 years of art at Kirkland Museum, located in Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District.
Kirkland Museum Italian Modern Vignette featuring the Bocca (Lips) Sofa (1970–1972) designed by Studio65; Coffee Table (1950s), Lounge Table (c. 1964) and Superleggera Chair (1957) designed by Gio Ponti; Nesting Tables (1951) designed by Ico & Luisa Parisi and Referential Abstraction paintings by Colorado artists William Sanderson, James Mills, Tracy Felix, Trine Bumiller and Sushe Felix. Photo by Wes Magyar.
Through January 12
Kirkland Museum's temporary exhibition celebrates the 10th anniversary of the stunning book, "Colorado Abstract: Paintings and Sculpture." Colorado Abstract +10: A History features works from the historical section of the book. This exhibition was a partnership with the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities.