Between 2006 and 2013, California artist Lucas Foglia traveled throughout rural Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming – some of the least populated regions in the United States – to capture a true view of the land and those who reside there. “Frontcountry” is a photographic account of people living in the midst of a boom in mining and energy development that is transforming the modern American West.
Robischon Gallery, located in Denver, Colorado, has been producing monthly exhibitions of regional, national and international artists since 1976. Embracing the current pluralism in art, the gallery’s exhibitions and the artists represented purposefully address a wide range of stylistic and contextual concerns. Ongoing dialogues in the art world, such as the rise and impact of Chinese and Middle Eastern contemporary art, can often be found in the gallery’s thoughtful exhibition program. Similarly, Robischon Gallery represents and exhibits a range of revered and ground-breaking artists such as Robert Motherwell, Christo and Jeanne Claude, Robert Rauschenberg, Manuel Neri, Richard Serra, Judy Pfaff, Bernar Venet, Ann Hamilton, Jessica Stockholder, Zhang Xiaogang and Li Wei, along with influential mid-career artists and those new to the professional level.
Robischon Gallery consistently features work by artists of integrity with vision and compelling ideas, while acknowledging the historical precedence of their idiom.