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  • Art Beat

    published September 16, 1999

    Printmakers Portfolio, at William Havu Gallery, is midway through a month-long run. The show is a brief look at the stylistic... More >>

  • Time Flies

    published September 16, 1999

    Although 1999 may not be the last year of the century, as sticklers for accuracy have pointed out, it is the last of the 1900s. So it seems only... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published September 9, 1999

    The small and recently remodeled ILK @ Pirate gallery is currently hosting Align, an elegant solo show featuring recent paintings by... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published September 2, 1999

    The current show at the Camera Obscura Gallery, Christopher Burkett: Intimations of Paradise, is a surprise, because all of the... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published August 26, 1999

    ILK, at 554 Santa Fe Drive, is a raggedy, upstart co-op that nonetheless frequently displays some of the most original art around. It is currently... More >>

  • Big Splash

    published August 26, 1999

    When Colorado's Ocean Journey co-founders Bill Fleming and Judy Petersen-Fleming moved to town in 1992 with an idea for an aquarium in the Platte... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published August 19, 1999

    Big-time local ceramics talent Rodger Lang is currently the subject of Lines & Space & Time at Artists on Santa Fe, 747 Santa Fe... More >>

  • Seasonal Winds

    published August 12, 1999

    Well, it's that time of year again--late summer, when the art world, which is centered in New York, essentially shuts down, with many galleries... More >>

  • Real to Real

    published August 5, 1999

    The Singer Gallery's mid-summer offering, the absolutely fabulous John DeAndrea: Fragments, provides local viewers a rare opportunity to see the... More >>

  • Flash Point

    published July 29, 1999

    The Spark Gallery has reached a milestone: It has two decades' worth of history under its belt. To mark this momentous event, the current members... More >>

  • Coming of Age

    published July 22, 1999

    The Denver Art Museum has gotten good at attracting crowds. The blockbuster Toulouse-Lautrec, which just closed, brought in more than 100,000... More >>

  • Sit on It

    published July 8, 1999

    The title of the current exhibit at the Metro State Center for the Visual Arts, Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!, may suggest to some that what we're in... More >>

  • Insults and Injuries

    published July 1, 1999

    Mary Chenoweth, who died on January 14, at the age of eighty, was one of the most important and accomplished artists to ever have worked in... More >>

  • London Calling

    published June 17, 1999

    By a lucky accident of scheduling, the Denver Art Museum is presenting a pair of shows that provide visitors with a striking juxtaposition. ... More >>

  • The Shock of the Now

    published June 10, 1999

    As we near the end of the 1900s, it's interesting to notice that the world of the visual arts is wide open, with a staggering profusion of... More >>

  • To the Max

    published June 3, 1999

    The Rule Modern and Contemporary Gallery is currently featuring the compelling show Carl Andre and Melissa Kretschmer, which pairs a handful of... More >>

  • Pride of Place

    published May 27, 1999

    Since relocating to the Golden Triangle from LoDo last fall, the William Havu Gallery (formerly the 1/1 Gallery) has greatly expanded its stable... More >>

  • Mixed Doubles

    published May 20, 1999

    Dave Yust: Diptychs 1968-99, which closes this weekend at the Curfman Gallery on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins, is a... More >>

  • Crossed Borders

    published May 13, 1999

    The normally staid Museo de las Americas, on Santa Fe Drive, is now hosting Los Supersonicos: Two Chicanos Zoom Into the New Millennium, a raucous... More >>

  • Mud and Guts

    published May 6, 1999

    More than any other medium, ceramics has achieved a high level of artistic development in Colorado. The glorious early history of ceramics... More >>

  • One-Stop Viewing

    published April 29, 1999

    Cydney Payton, the director of the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, has little trouble filling the place with exciting exhibits. In fact, she's... More >>

  • Short Subject

    published April 22, 1999

    Over the past twenty years, blockbuster shows have become a necessary evil at museums. When they succeed--and they usually do, at least... More >>

  • Long-Term Commitments

    published April 15, 1999

    Russell Beardsley emerged on the Denver art scene while still a student. The first shows of his conceptual metal sculptures were presented to both... More >>

  • Weaving a Story

    published April 8, 1999

    The Colorado History Museum's major exhibition this season is Spirit of Spider Woman, an intelligent and elegantly presented examination of Navajo... More >>

  • The Wild, Wild West

    published April 1, 1999

    When John Hull moved to Denver last year to become the head of the art department at the University of Colorado's Denver campus, the city didn't... More >>

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