Exploring Homelessness Through Art

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A Denver artist who goes by the name Gonzo describes himself as "not exactly homeless." That turn of phrase inspired a series of exhibits and events intended to spark conversation about the topic. It’s called "Not Exactly: Between home and where I find myself." The Redline Gallery in Denver is hosting the project, which features Gonzo’s work. Ryan Warner speaks with Gonzo and Redline Gallery executive director PJ D'Amico.

[Photos: Redline Gallery]

Photo 1: Denver artist Gonzo

Photo 2: Collaborative artwork created for "Not Exactly...." exhibit by Denver artists Gonzo and Laura Shill.

Photo 3: Denver artist Dylan Scholinski works inside the holding cell he created for his installaltion titled 72-Hour-Hold on display during the Not Exactly project at Redline Gallery in Denver.

Photo 4: The cell created by Scholinski

Photo 5: Redline Gallery executive director PJ D'Amico.