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  • TOP MARKS

    published December 20, 1995

    How lucky Robin Rule must be. No sooner had she moved her namesake gallery from the Siberia of an off-street spot at the Icehouse in Lodo to... More >>

  • FRIENDLY PERSUASION

    published December 13, 1995

    One of the great art soap operas of the past year has been the acrimonious split between Open Press, the respected printmaking outfit, and CSK... More >>

  • THE BEAT GOES ON

    published December 6, 1995

    In the 1950s, when it seemed as if every artist in America was working in an abstract style, a handful of visionaries in the San Francisco area... More >>

  • REMEMBRANCES

    published November 22, 1995

    Russell Beardsley's sculptures, wall reliefs, mixed-media pieces and an installation are interspersed with Debra Goldman's photos and... More >>

  • HOLY MOTHERWELL!

    published November 15, 1995

    If it's a taste of Manhattan modernism you're craving this fall (and who isn't?) run, do not walk, to Options 3--Robert Motherwell, the Denver Art... More >>

  • GONE SOUTH

    published November 8, 1995

    Quick--name three women artists from Latin America. Well, there's Frida Kahlo, of course, and then there's, uh...er.... That most of us know... More >>

  • WESTWARD HO!

    published November 1, 1995

    The American frontier of the nineteenth century was a bonanza for both nature-loving romantics and the pragmatic forces of manifest destiny. And... More >>

  • OUT THE WINDOW

    published October 25, 1995

    Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of that country's most famous contemporary artists have come to settle in the West, especially in New... More >>

  • ABSTRACT CONCEPTS

    published October 18, 1995

    Several current local shows zero in on the renewed vitality of abstract art in the Nineties. Chief among these are the group exhibit Reinventing... More >>

  • AGONY AND ECSTASY

    published October 18, 1995

    Expressing a variety of minority views through art is the goal of two exhibits currently on view at Golden's Foothills Art Center. According to... More >>

  • FRONTIER WOMEN

    published October 11, 1995

    It truly is fall in Denver, and the trees themselves are coming down along with the leaves. Given this loss to our visual environment, it's some... More >>

  • BUCKBOARDS

    published October 4, 1995

    Museum-quality art can often be found at LoDo's Robischon Gallery. Rarely, though, are the gallery's three display spaces all devoted to the work... More >>

  • GOING, GOING--GONE

    published September 27, 1995

    Lately, and increasingly, museums across the country and around the world have begun "deaccessioning"--selling off parts of their existing... More >>

  • PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY

    published September 20, 1995

    Words, just like art objects, are subject to fashion. Suddenly everyone is using the word "venerable" or mouthing a phrase like "narrative... More >>

  • GLASS ACT

    published September 13, 1995

    People often talk about art when they're actually referring to something else. We hear about the art of the deal, the art of medicine. There's the... More >>

  • PIGMENTS OF THE IMAGINATION

    published September 6, 1995

    To many in the art world, painting is the center stage, the place where the aesthetic stakes are the highest. The Boulder Museum of Contemporary... More >>

  • PEEP SHOW

    published August 30, 1995

    The depiction of the nude figure in the fine arts isn't just ancient--it's genuinely age-old. In the Paleolithic cave paintings of France and... More >>

  • PLAYLIST

    published August 23, 1995

    Foo Fighters Foo Fighters (Capitol) First off, let's make one thing clear: This debut long-player from former Nirvana drummer Dave... More >>

  • GOING UP

    published August 23, 1995

    For nearly twenty years, the Rocky Mountain Women's Institute has chosen a handful of writers, dancers, visual artists and others to receive... More >>

  • THE WRIGHT STUFF

    published August 9, 1995

    Buildings are among the most public of artifacts--they're really out there, literally. So it's a shame that most of Denver's built environment is... More >>

  • GONE WITH THE WIND

    published August 2, 1995

    Between the First World War and the 1930s, the United States experienced an internal population shift unprecedented in its history. More than 1... More >>

  • THIRTY-SOMETHINGS

    published July 26, 1995

    A major event in the local art world of the 1980s was the "21 Year Show," presented eleven years ago at the now-defunct Progresso Gallery. It... More >>

  • SPACED OUT

    published July 19, 1995

    In recent years, Loveland has acquired a national reputation as the place where romantics and cornballs send their Valentine's Day cards to be... More >>

  • GRAND CANYON

    published July 12, 1995

    Few artists in this country have achieved the kind of fame that Georgia O'Keeffe has. Her life and work are, without exaggeration, the stuff of... More >>

  • STREET PEOPLE

    published July 5, 1995

    The black-and-white photos of Don Donaghy are often out of focus, overexposed and underlighted, so it's no surprise to learn that Donaghy has... More >>

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