3 days ago | Art Review
Pirate Contemporary Art will host a closing reception tomorrow, July 3, from 6 to 10 p.m. for Charles Livingston: Spaces Between and Other Anomalies, an ambitious conceptual solo in the main gallery, and for Priscilla Fowler: Biomorphic Abstractio...
4 days ago | Art Review
Nature’s Line, the lyrical group show now at Space Gallery, is a worthy followup to the impressive Pattern, which was presented there earlier this summer. In Pattern, the theme was repeated imagery, as the title suggests. This time, the subject is...
9 days ago | Art News
Hal Gould, who was a force of nature when it came to photography, died June 25 at the age of 95. A photographer and photo dealer, Gould was also an advocate for photography’s place in the fine arts — a campaign he led long before the idea became f...
11 days ago | Architecture
There has been a lot going on in and around the Denver Art Museum recently — so let’s get started. Last year, William Morrow left the DAM after an extremely short tenure as the Polly and Mark Addison Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. His dep...
13 days ago | Art News
On Friday, June 19, artist Roland Bernier died after having suffered a heart attack the week before. Until recently, he'd been active in the Denver scene, where he wasn't just an accomplished artist, but an advocate. Art was his life, and Bernier ...
18 days ago | Art Review
For the unusual solo Sabin Aell: The Buoyancy of Nothing, the artist has created a series of related wall pieces in the front spaces at Walker Fine Art; she calls them “wall designs,” and they function together as a single, coherent installation. ...