5 days ago | Art Review
For the past several years, RedLine has featured shows that follow certain established themes. This year’s is “Play It Forward,” which curators have interpreted in a variety of ways. For the current exhibit, Jokes of Nature, Donald Fodness and Geo...
10 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, ...
12 days ago | Art Review
Matt Scobey has been part of the Denver scene for ten years, but he has never had a higher profile than he does right now. That’s partly because his “Talavera Bolsa,” a crumbling partial floor made of concrete tiles, was the only unalloyed success...
19 days ago | Architecture
We all know that Denver is changing quickly, and a lot of those changes are terrible — from the cheesy buildings that are destroying the character of one neighborhood after another to traffic that swings from speedway to gridlock and back again ov...
24 days ago | Art Review
The main entry space at Mai Wyn Fine Art is just big enough to allow for a tidy solo, or as is happening now with Kinesis, an economical duet pairing paintings by Priscilla Fowler with sculptures by Jodie Roth Cooper. It closes tomorrow. Fowler ha...
25 days ago | Art Review
It used to be that the term “Western art” described work that depicted the scenery and lifestyle associated with the western states — typically, mountains, animals, birds and the people who live here. But in recent years, the definition has been e...