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  • Artbeat

    published December 26, 2002

    It all started in November, when Art Students League artist Cong Lu won a prize for his painting "Self-Portrait of a Martyr." Conservative in... More >>

  • Naughty and Nice

    published December 26, 2002

    It doesn't have what I'd call a seasonal character, but Eye Candy, at Judish Fine Arts, does feel at times like a really wild... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published December 19, 2002

    With so much attention directed at all the major exhibits around, many modest but equally worthwhile offerings get lost in the shuffle. Hopefully,... More >>

  • Risky Business

    published December 19, 2002

    Contemporary art is dangerous territory to map. There are so many different aesthetic and intellectual paths to follow, half of them leading in... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published December 12, 2002

    As a part of the Leah Cohen Festival of Books and Authors at the Mizel Center (350 South Dahlia Street, 303-316-6360), the Singer Gallery... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published December 5, 2002

    Here's some sad if not unexpected news: It will soon be time to bid adieu to the wonderful little Andenken Annex (1449 Wynkoop Street,... More >>

  • Starstruck

    published December 5, 2002

    In television, ratings determine everything. That's why the networks pull out all the stops in programming during sweeps weeks. There are only a... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 28, 2002

    Rokko Aoyama lives in northern Colorado, but it's her former homeland, Japan, that gives her conceptual sculptures and installations their... More >>

  • Not Black and White

    published November 28, 2002

    More than any other fine-art medium, photography presents itself in myriad guises. It plays a variety of roles, depending on the context. In fact,... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 21, 2002

    Zip 37 (3644 Navajo Street, 303-477-4525) is an artists' co-op with an atmosphere that's equal parts alternative space and tacky gift shop. Right... More >>

  • Quarter-Century Recap

    published November 21, 2002

    For the art scene in Colorado, the Denver Art Museum is the only big-league game around. It's something akin to the Broncos, Rockies and Nuggets... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 14, 2002

    The Soup Gallery (554 Santa Fe Drive, 720-946-2899) is run by artist Josh Bemelen in the space that was formerly the home of the ILK co-op. Sadly,... More >>

  • Happy Birthday, Havu

    published November 14, 2002

    On the frigid night of November first, hundreds of art enthusiasts made their way to the opening of the Four Year Anniversary Show... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 7, 2002

    Spark Gallery, the city's oldest co-op, is hosting a pair of intelligent and complementary solo shows, Sue Simon: How Many? and... More >>

  • Hello Andy!

    published November 7, 2002

    The fall/winter show at Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art, POPjack: Warhol to Murakami, is a thoughtful and... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 31, 2002

    The Victoria H. Myhren Gallery, in the Shwayder Art Building on the University of Denver's campus (2121 East Asbury Avenue, 303-871-2846), is... More >>

  • Edifice Complex

    published October 31, 2002

    Denver's new Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building, by the Denver firms of David Owen Tryba Architects and RNL Design, is the latest... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 24, 2002

    It's strange to find a first-rate painting show on the second floor of a run-down warehouse near the National Western Stock Show Complex -- but... More >>

  • Abstract Express

    published October 24, 2002

    I said it just a few weeks ago: It's hard to believe how many first-rate art shows this season are devoted to that old warhorse, abstract... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 17, 2002

    I'm going to throw caution to the wind and say that Continuum: Magnetic Sustensions, by Joseph Shaeffer, is one of the... More >>

  • Popping Off

    published October 17, 2002

    The Robischon Gallery is surely the flagship of Denver's contemporary-art venues. Oh, sure, there are a handful that are every bit as good -- but... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 10, 2002

    Emerging artist R. Scott Davis lives in New York, but as an alumnus of the University of Colorado at Boulder, he still has ties to this area. In... More >>

  • Hocus Focus

    published October 10, 2002

    There's a dizzying array of notable photography shows in Denver right now. And while photographs are always on display somewhere in town, it's... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 3, 2002

    There's a very smart-looking solo exhibit called Amorphous Unifiers at the Edge Gallery (3658 Navajo Street, 303-477-7173). Made up... More >>

  • Beauty Contest

    published October 3, 2002

    During the past four or five seasons, a legion of exhibitions have been presented in the area that explore the rich topic of abstract art in... More >>

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