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  • The New Math

    published May 24, 2001

    Simon Zalkind, the director of the Singer Gallery at the Mizel Arts Center, has some obvious strengths as an exhibit organizer -- he has a good... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published May 17, 2001

    Patti Cramer's Spring Fever opened about two weeks ago at the Saks Galleries (3019 East 2nd Avenue, 303-333-4144), and though it... More >>

  • Written in Stone

    published May 17, 2001

    This week marks Historic Denver Week, which annually celebrates the substantial accomplishments of Historic Denver, the respected local... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published May 10, 2001

    Artyard (1251 South Pearl Street, 303-777-3219) is currently hosting 1500 degrees, an unusual exhibit that showcases a body of... More >>

  • Wordsmith

    published May 10, 2001

    There's no question about it: Roland Bernier is one of Denver's greatest contemporary artists. His vision is remarkable in its variation and... More >>

  • Thermo-dynamics

    published May 3, 2001

    Last spring, in conjunction with the annual meeting of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, there was an unprecedented effort... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published April 26, 2001

    Error & Ingenuity: A Kinetic Sculpture and Robot Exhibit is an ambitious show being presented at the Andenken Gallery (765 Santa Fe... More >>

  • Detective Stories

    published April 26, 2001

    It was probably a year or so ago that Molly Dubin, the curator of the Mizel Museum of Judaica, asked me if I knew anything about an artist named... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published April 19, 2001

    Emotional Distance, the superb photo show at Gallery Sink (2301 West 30th Street, 303-455-0185) combines the work of some of... More >>

  • Oh, Really?

    published April 19, 2001

    The Denver Art Museum has long been on the cutting edge of exhibition design. Unfortunately, that's not always a good thing, as is evident right... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published April 12, 2001

    The idiosyncratic sculptures in Tom Nussbaum, which has been installed in the pair of spaces just inside the front door of the... More >>

  • Mind and Body

    published April 12, 2001

    Edgar Britton was Colorado's most significant and successful sculptor of the 1950s, '60s and '70s. He was to modernist sculpture what the late... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published April 5, 2001

    The William Havu Gallery (1040 Cherokee Street, 303-893-2360) is so jam-packed with art right now that you can't help but experience sensory... More >>

  • Meet Me in San Luis

    published April 5, 2001

    Since the first of the year, Denver has seen a number of heavy-duty exhibits devoted to abstraction: There was the gorgeous Jeff Wenzel show at... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published March 22, 2001

    The poetically named Raven's Nest studio (1425 West 13th Avenue, 303-623-1425), whose director has the even more poetic name of Glissen Rhode, is... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published March 15, 2001

    The small but smart-looking Fresh Art Gallery (208 South Broadway, 720-570-2255) is currently presenting encaustic evolution, which... More >>

  • Nightmare on Dale Street

    published March 15, 2001

    The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is one of the finest early-modern buildings in the country, which means it's the rarest kind of treasure in... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published March 8, 2001

    For some reason, the little room off the entry at Pirate (3659 Navajo Street, 303-458-6058) always seems to be hosting an exhibit worth seeing.... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published March 1, 2001

    Installed below street level along the greenbelt east of Broadway in Englewood is a hidden attraction: the Dry Creek Sculpture Garden. It may be... More >>

  • Oil Wells

    published March 1, 2001

    There's no question that oil paints were used to create the paintings in Jeffrey Keith: Recent Work. Invisible plumes of airborne... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published February 22, 2001

    The Colorado Photographic Arts Center (1513 Boulder St., 303-455-8999) is featuring the recent work of Karen Kirkpatrick, Michael Butts and Glenn... More >>

  • Time Machines

    published February 22, 2001

    Until last year, Artyard, the grand dame of the local sculpture world, was the place to see rotating exhibits of monumental outdoor pieces by a... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published February 15, 2001

    It could be said that the ILK @ Pirate space (3659 Navajo Street, 303-458-6058) is a hole in the wall within a hole in the wall -- or to put it... More >>

  • Slights of Hand

    published February 15, 2001

    There's only a couple of weeks left to catch the current attractions at the Robischon Gallery: three superlative solos, each devoted to an... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published February 8, 2001

    There's a great show being presented right now at the slightly off-the-beaten-path O'Sullivan Arts Center at Regis University (3333 Regis... More >>

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