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Denver International Airport shows its metal with new art exhibition

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a piece of metal that forms part of a new exhibition at Denver International Airport.

The works of renowned Colorado metal sculptor, Kevin Robb, are the latest to enjoy a special exhibition showing at the gateway courtesy of its Art and Culture Program.

Robb’s exhibition features large photographic wall murals that impart the monumental scale of his public art pieces, while his smaller and more intimate works are featured throughout the gallery.
In addition to his artworks, the exhibit also includes Robb’s personal story about a life-altering stroke in 2004 that left him disabled, and details his remarkable artistic journey since then.

According to Denver International Airport, "Robb’s dynamic, free-flowing sculptures are like moments suspended in time, with their seamless metal intersections and graceful edges that help evoke his determination and life-sustaining passion".
Sounds impressive! For those of you wanting to judge for yourselves, the exhibit is located at the Terminal Gallery on level 5 of the west side of the Jeppesen Terminal near the north security checkpoint, and runs from March to the end of June 2017.


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