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2000 Stories by Michael Paglia

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  • Deep in the Woods

    published June 8, 2000

    Among the pleasures of Golden's Foothills Art Center -- other than the wonderful old church and parish house it occupies -- are several shows that... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published June 1, 2000

    Mark Lunning is better known as an artisan -- a master printer -- than he is as an artist. But at the same time that he’s been working with som... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published May 25, 2000

    Potenza, Italy, is one of Denver’s many sister cities around the world. But unlike some of the others, Potenza makes sense as a civic sibling... More >>

  • Across the Board

    published May 25, 2000

    The show's title implies that the art history we were taught in school -- in which every stylistic phase appears in a neat chronological order --... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published May 18, 2000

    Pirate is teeming with good shows right now, and the varied directions of the exhibiting artists are astounding. In the main space, co-op... More >>

  • Through the Lens

    published May 18, 2000

    Some major changes are being wrought at the Denver Art Museum. No, I'm not referring to the new wing that's set to go up sometime in the near... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published May 11, 2000

    The Philip J. Steele Gallery in the lobby of the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design is currently showing Andy Warhol: Endangered... More >>

  • Totally Abstract

    published May 11, 2000

    For the last five years or so, the fine-art world has seen a major revival of interest in abstraction in its innumerable stylistic... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published May 4, 2000

    The word is out: ILK on Santa Fe Drive has become a place to see some of the best little art shows in town, and the two exhibits on display right... More >>

  • Variety Shows

    published May 4, 2000

    Under the guidance of Cydney Payton, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art has become a center for shows in which women artists figure... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published April 27, 2000

    It was only this past January that Angela Rios, a former account coordinator for MCI, opened the funky little Morph Gallery in the Golden... More >>

  • The Art of Politics

    published April 27, 2000

    The process by which an architect will be chosen to design the Denver Art Museum's new freestanding wing is coming along nicely. A couple of weeks... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published April 20, 2000

    At the end of March, the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts held its annual meeting in Denver, attracting more than 3,000 of the... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published April 13, 2000

    Some might suggest that John McEnroe's American Standard at the partly face-lifted ILK on Santa Fe Drive is simply a late entry to... More >>

  • Hot Shots

    published April 13, 2000

    The Colorado Photographic Arts Center has its offices and exhibition space in the Highland neighborhood in a rehabbed garage it shares with the... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published April 6, 2000

    Exhibition director Jason Thomas keeps up the pace at the Market Street Gallery@Guiry's by putting up one great show after another. Right now he's... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published March 30, 2000

    World of New Colors, which closes Saturday at the Bayeux Gallery in the Golden Triangle, is a solo show devoted to the work of... More >>

  • Real and Imagined

    published March 30, 2000

    Well, after two years of local preparation, the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts 2000 meeting came and went last week in only a... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published March 23, 2000

    The modest Philip J. Steele Gallery does double duty as the entry lobby for the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. But despite this... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published March 16, 2000

    The cryptic phantom institution the Invisible Museum is currently presenting No Zone, sponsored by the Goldfarb Foundation. It's the... More >>

  • Wide Open

    published March 16, 2000

    A new day has very apparently dawned at the still-nascent Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, which is housed in a former fish market in Sakura... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published March 9, 2000

    The turn of the century has put many people in the art world in a retrospective mood, but there are some dealers in the city who are way ahead of... More >>

  • Say It in French

    published March 9, 2000

    The unbelievably good Matisse From the Baltimore Museum of Art, which opens to the general public on Sunday at the Denver Art... More >>

  • Art Beat

    published March 2, 2000

    Right now at the Edge Gallery, there's a quartet of very different shows, each of which has its own strengths and weaknesses. In the entry... More >>

  • Scene Changes

    published March 2, 2000

    There are big changes afoot at the little Mizel Museum of Judaica. First, the impending remodel of the BJ-BMH Synagogue, where it is housed,... More >>

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