Mark Sink Retrospective - Walk and Talk Lecture
Mark Sink Retrospective - Walk and Talk LectureRedline Contemporary Art Center, 2350 Arapahoe Street, Denversat01apr12:00 pmsat1:00 pm12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Andy in LA, 1981 by Mark Sink
Walk and Talk lecture with Mark Sink Saturday, April 1 Noon – 1 pm RedLine Contemporary Art Center Join artist Mark Sink for a Walk and Talk lecture in conjunction with
Walk and Talk lecture with Mark Sink
Saturday, April 1
Noon – 1 pm
RedLine Contemporary Art Center
Join artist Mark Sink for a Walk and Talk lecture in conjunction with Typed Live, Excuse Errors: A Mark Sink Retrospective, on view March 11 – April 9 at RedLine. His presentation will be a diary-like narrative of his projects and work and his connection to them.
The exhibit is a survey of works by Mark Sink, a photographer, curator, and family historian. Mark approaches art with an interdisciplinary mindset, by bringing the community together through art, gardens, and backyard and internet salons.
Mark finds his personal identity through his artistic family. He is a co-founder of The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, founder of the Month of Photography Denver, The Big Picture street art projects, and the Denver Collage Club. His personal fine art photography is shown and collected worldwide. Currently, he is specializing in wet-plate collodion photography and collage. Kristen Hatgi Sink and Mark run studio photography services that include, portraits, products, architecture, and fashion.
(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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