Three Acts: A Survey of Shame, Emotion and Oblivion

Three Acts: A Survey of Shame, Emotion and OblivionRedline Contemporary Art Center, 2350 Arapahoe Street, DenverEvent sat06marAll Daysun25apr(All Day)

Event Details

March 6 – April 25

Timed Entry Opening Reception: Saturday, March 6, 6  – 9 PM

Timed entry to see the exhibition will take place on Saturday, March 6th between 6 pm and 9 pm. Registration is required, please go to to register.


In collaboration with Todd Edward Herman, Denver College Club, Alto Gallery and the Unperson Project, 3 Acts braids three unique collaborations into one exhibit at RedLine for Month of Photography exhibition. Todd Edward Herman, founder of east window exhibit space in Boulder, offers Shame Radiant, a collective photography project, which explores themes of shame and privilege. Denver Collage Club and Alto Gallery join forces for the second act that dives into the phenomenon of Cancel Culture and the existential crisis spurred by the pandemic.The final act features the Unperson Project, an archive of oblivion from the curatorial duo from Mexico City, Andrea Tejeda and Susana Moyaho. Together, Three Acts carry the sentiment, crisis and response to the times. Curated by Mark Sink.

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Image: Cora Angel, “Now is Not the Time”

Due to COVID-19 visitors are asked to wear masks and the number of visitors in the gallery will be limited. We ask that you respect your designated time slot for entrance and exit. This event will be free and open to the public.


March 6 (Saturday) - April 25 (Sunday)



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