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  • ONE-STOP SHOPPING

    published June 21, 1995

    Kathy Andrews was named curator for the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities only about a year ago. But she's already come through with a... More >>

  • BLACK ACHE

    published June 14, 1995

    Odd as it may seem, Denver hasn't always been the art-making hub of Colorado. From the nineteenth century up to the 1970s, Colorado Springs was... More >>

  • GET REAL

    published June 7, 1995

    In Denver, like everywhere else, there are two highly distinct and opposing camps when it comes to the fine arts. There are the artists associated... More >>

  • MOVING MOUNTAINS

    published May 31, 1995

    The husband-and-wife team of Tracy and Sushe Felix emerged from the free-for-all that was 1980s art in Colorado. The Manitou Springs couple was... More >>

  • NAKED CITY

    published May 24, 1995

    Two respected Denver artists, Dan Ragland and Bill Stockman, offer more reasons to respect them, with new work displayed in separate exhibits at... More >>

  • THE ZECKENDORF FOLLIES

    published May 17, 1995

    It's hard for those who love art to understand why some would seek it out only to destroy it. What is the motive of the vandal who slashes a... More >>

  • FOLLOW THE BOUNCING BALL

    published May 10, 1995

    Our society has never afforded organized athletics the social status granted to those things ordinarily called culture: music, dance, theater,... More >>

  • DON'T SAY "CHEESE"

    published May 3, 1995

    The power of still photography to inspire deep emotional response was well-demonstrated two weeks ago in Oklahoma City. Adrift in a sea of video,... More >>

  • DRESSING FOR DINNER

    published April 26, 1995

    Denver artist Linde Schlumbohm can't stop thinking about food--she's virtually obsessed with the topic. In What's Eating Eve?, her fourth annual... More >>

  • HEAD TRIP

    published April 26, 1995

    The much-talked-about head of the University of Denver's sculpture department, Lawrence Argent, is paired with Arizona-based ceramic artist... More >>

  • STARR KEMPF, 1917-1995

    published April 19, 1995

    Renowned modern sculptor Starr Kempf was found dead April 7 at his Pine Grove Avenue studio in Colorado Springs. Police said Kempf, 77, appeared... More >>

  • I.M. PISSED

    published April 12, 1995

    I'll be as clear as glass. It is an act of barbarism to even raise the question of whether I. M. Pei's Zeckendorf Plaza is worth preserving, let... More >>

  • DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE

    published April 5, 1995

    Wes Hempel and Jack Balas, two painters who share a studio and an affinity for narrative content, are now sharing the Robischon Gallery with their... More >>

  • BIBLIO FILE

    published March 29, 1995

    Denver city librarian Rick Ashton's been taking so many bows lately for "The Big New Library," which is on-time and on-budget, that he really... More >>

  • TAKE ME OUT TO THE ART SHOWS

    published March 22, 1995

    The clouds of the baseball strike have cast a shadow over the long-awaited opening of Coors Field on March 31. More than likely, the new ballpark... More >>

  • THE MOD SQUAD

    published March 15, 1995

    The Denver Art Museum has undergone a radical reorganization in the last few years. Huge amounts of material have been shifted among the curators,... More >>

  • Flying Blind: The Art at DIA is mostly DOA.

    published March 8, 1995

    Pity Denver. It's the Rodney Dangerfield of American cities--it can't get no respect. Regardless of what's done here, negative national attention... More >>

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