Here I Am With You

Caleb Hahne
July 5 - 30, 2019

Here I Am With You

Caleb Hahne

July 5 – 30, 2019

Here I Am With You addresses themes of memory, vulnerability, intimacy and boyhood. Working in blue, my drawings are experienced through the lens of the uncanny. Through storytelling, I reflect on a lineal space, often meeting a memory.

I am interested in the landscape and its relationship to the body. The impermanence of our bodies against a perpetual space; a blue sky, constantly changing upon arrival.

These paintings utilize the power of our personal histories and agency of how we view and interact with spaces that are veiled by memories. The ambiguity of the figures allow the viewer to unconsciously find themselves reflecting on their own memories and question if this is an experience they too have versed.

Here I Am With You will run at Understudy July 5th – July 30, 2019. There will be a special opening reception on July 5th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm with the artist in attendance.

Understudy will be open for visitation Wednesday through Saturday from 12:00pm – 5:00pm. Understudy is free-to-visit and open to all.


Caleb Hahne graduated from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2014 and currently lives and works in Colorado. He is an artist-in-residence at RedLine. Hahne’s art has been included in multiple solo and group exhibitions in Denver, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Montreal, Berlin, and the United Kingdom. Recently he was featured at Black Cube Nomadic Museum, MCA Denver, as well as the New Museum NY in collaboration with Adidas. Hahne has been featured in New American Paintings, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, and Denver Westword named Hahne one of the 100 Colorado Creatives of 2014 and one of the Top 10 Artists to watch in 2015. He is also listed as one of the top 10 contemporary artists under 40 by Wide Walls.

Instagram: @calebhahne

Understudy is located at the Colorado Convention Center / Theatre District light rail stop near 14th and Stout. Look for the B-Cycle station next to the light rail tracks or Shantell Martin’s art bench.

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