2 days 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, ...
4 days ago | Visual Arts
This year, the Month of Photography has expanded so that it not only fills March, but runs all the way through April. In fact, the last of the shows, including the contemplative Far Between at Robischon Gallery, will be on view into May. Typically...
5 days ago | Architecture
From its beginnings in the mid-1800s, Denver has been a city of booms and busts, but there’s no doubt that the Mile High City is on one hell of a tear right now. The current economic explosion actually began in the late twentieth century, making t...
12 days ago | Art Review
More than a decade ago, while he was at Houston’s FotoFest, photographer Mark Sink decided that he wanted to do something similar here. So in 2004, he created Denver’s Month of Photography, a series of exhibits and events that runs from mid-March ...
17 days ago | Art Review
The William Havu Gallery has staked out a wide swath of aesthetic territory for its exhibitions. For example, while it highlighted neo-traditional landscapes last month, this month’s focus is on a set of solos featuring neo-modern abstracts. The a...
19 days ago | Art Review
Walker Fine Art has long included photography in its repertoire, so it makes sense that director Bobbi Walker would come up with something as strong as Unconscious Metaphors for her gallery’s Month of Photography entry. Two bodies of work by Anne ...