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2004 Stories by Michael Paglia

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  • Artbeat

    published December 30, 2004

    Back in November, Kate Thompson, director of William Havu Gallery, got an unusual phone call from Darren Howelton, a producer for ABC's hit... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published December 23, 2004

    A really smart-looking show now on view at Pirate (3659 Navajo Street, 303-458-6058) has a very matter-of-fact title: New Work by Jimmy... More >>

  • Text Messaging

    published December 23, 2004

    We've all heard the old saw about a picture being worth a thousand words, but what about pictures of words? Are they worth a thousand words -- and... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published December 16, 2004

    Earlier this fall, the Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver (1275 19th Street, 303-298-7554) launched a program called "NEW PIC" that highlights the... More >>

  • Rare Sightings

    published December 16, 2004

    Denver artist Jeff Starr became famous locally in the '80s, but in the late '90s, he took a powder and disappeared. Last year he made a big... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published December 9, 2004

    Though Spark Gallery (900 Santa Fe Drive, 720-889-2200) has been in its new digs since this past summer, the members have yet to figure out what... More >>

  • View Masters

    published December 9, 2004

    Over the past few decades, the contemporary-art world has gotten so vast that no single approach can characterize our era in the way that abstract... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published December 2, 2004

    Well-established Denver artist Michael Brohman takes an idiosyncratic route to contemporary sculpture in his solo, ME AND MY SHADOW,... More >>

  • Changing Views

    published December 2, 2004

    Daniel Libeskind must be happy with Denver since, unlike in New York, the Polish-born American architect has been allowed to follow his vision to... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 25, 2004

    Brandon Borchert's Random Art Two, currently at Capsule @ Pod (554 Santa Fe Drive, 303-623-3460), is one of this season's hottest... More >>

  • Savage Beauty

    published November 25, 2004

    One of the Denver Art Museum's greatest strengths is its New World department, which houses two distinct collections: Pre-Columbian and Spanish... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 18, 2004

    There's an interesting if uneven exhibit of abstract paintings and sculptures at the enormous Studio Aiello (3563 Walnut Street, 303-297-8166).... More >>

  • Mile-High Masters

    published November 18, 2004

    The definitive art history of Colorado has yet to be written, but even without a scholarly guide, it's not hard to list the great ones. In terms... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 11, 2004

    The redevelopment of Stapleton International Airport by mega-developer Forest City has been surprisingly successful. The town center at 29th... More >>

  • Prescription for Success

    published November 11, 2004

    Cydney Payton plays many roles at Denver's smallish, newish Museum of Contemporary Art, including that of director and chief curator. She doesn't... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published November 4, 2004

    The formal exhibition spaces at the Arvada Center (6901 Wadsworth Boulevard, 720-898-7200) are called the Lower Galleries and the Upper Galleries;... More >>

  • Separate Ways

    published November 4, 2004

    I've been pretty tough on Jerry Gilmore, chief curator and director of the art program at the Arvada Center, because he seemed to model his... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 28, 2004

    Mark Brasuell's solo at Edge Gallery (3658 Navajo Street, 303-477-7173) has the bizarre title of Difficult Abstraction. I say it's... More >>

  • Beneath the Beast

    published October 28, 2004

    Art displayed in public places dates back to the very start of civilization. The Egyptians, the Greeks, the Persians, the Chinese, the Romans and... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 21, 2004

    There's an elegant little show with the possibly insulting name of Silence Nothingness at Sandra Phillips Gallery (744 Santa Fe... More >>

  • At Long Last, Beauty

    published October 21, 2004

    One of the weirdest twists in contemporary art over the last quarter-century -- other than increased interest in boring videos and self-indulgent... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 14, 2004

    In the space once occupied by the now-gone and nearly forgotten ILK co-op, Lauri Lynnxe Murphy, who was once that group's director, has opened her... More >>

  • Camera Works

    published October 14, 2004

    Photography includes so many different things, it's head-spinning. There are all the various styles, plus a wide array of categories, including,... More >>

  • Artbeat

    published October 7, 2004

    Photographs by David Alexander Björkman make up the interesting exhibit The Maya Ballgame, now on display at the Museo de las... More >>

  • To Die For

    published October 7, 2004

    Among the first chapters in the history of Western art is the one devoted to Egypt, with much of the subsequent story tracing its origins to the... More >>

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