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Hey Hue

Denver, CO

"Exceptional art for those on a beer budget with champagne taste"
Hey Hue is a new, experimental art agency based in Denver, CO created to promote artist entrepreneurship and art collecting. With a focus on affordability, Hey Hue democratizes the art buying experience by making original art accessible. It also provides artists with new and supplemental revenue streams to support their art practices and increase their collector bases. Hey Hue is dedicated to expanding opportunities for artists, increasing arts participation, and creating unique, irresistible arts experiences.

Hey Hue is a play on words. Hue is a homonym of you; therefore Hey Hue sounds and functions like hey, you.

Hey Hue is a mash up of ideas inspired by local artists. Synthesizing concepts from Jonathan Saiz’s Blue Chipped, an art vending machine dispensing $20 2” square paintings, and John DeFeo and Arielle Meyers’s Party Art Truck, a mobile art event space, founder Deanne Gertner created an adaptable pop-up model focused on making art accessible and affordable to fill a gap in Denver’s art scene.
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How do your pieces come to life? Tell us one interesting thing about your creative process?

"Our curatorial practice begins very organically and intuitively. We often begin with a question and then wait for an answer to surface."
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What do you want people to do or feel when they encounter your creations?

"Whenever someone encounters a Hey Hue project, we want that person to be surprised, delighted, and engaged. We want our projects to be irresistible and undeniable, to get people seeing the world in new and creative ways."
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What funny moments, unexpected surprises, or obstacles have you encountered?

"When we were installing Narrative Landscape at Denver's Civic Center Park, we saw firsthand how the space is truly "The People's Park." Over the course of the five-day installation, we witnessed a Quinceañera, the video taping of a hip-hop music video, a rogue barefoot column climber, gale-force winds, all four seasons in a single day, and too many random acts of kindness to count. Plus we got a 5,000-lb. forklift stuck in the mud. It may very well have been the best install ever."
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