1 day ago | Art Review
2015 Faculty Triennial. Dan Jacobs, director of the University of Denver’s Vicki Myhren Gallery and curator of the institution’s art collection, brings both vocations together for the 2015 Faculty Triennial. On one level, it’s a knockout exhibit, ...
9 days ago | Art Review
A Tented Sky: New Works by Kristen Hatgi Sink, at Gildar Gallery, is one of several choice solos associated with Denver’s Month of Photography, which straddles March and April. The design of the show is spare and elegant, providing the ideal setti...
10 days ago | Art Review
A folk tale, at the cozy Mai Wyn Fine Art, is a solo exhibit concerning artist Bryan Andrews’s longtime interest in examining myths. He does so here with simple and rugged abstract sculptures, as well as with paintings and prints. The show functio...
17 days ago | Art Review
Collin Parson, the exhibition manager and curator at the Arvada Center, always seems to come up with shows that both highlight the local scene and push the art dialogue of the community forward. That’s certainly the case with rePOPulated: Contempo...
24 days ago | Art Review
David B. Smith Gallery in LoDo is presenting Constructed Histories, an ambitious multimedia show that was put together by guest curator William Morrow. That Morrow has come up with a museum-quality exhibit should come as no surprise, as he was for...
25 days ago | Art Review
Not So Far From Here, at Michael Warren Contemporary, is made up of works by three artists – Jeff Baldus, Paul Sisson and Meghan Wilbar – each presented in depth. Baldus is represented by some exquisitely done ceramic pots, but it’s his sculptures...