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  • Sketches

    published December 28, 2006

    Colorado Classic Architects, et al. Many of the finest buildings in town were done by firms with offices right here in the Mile High City,... More >>

  • I am a man

    published December 28, 2006

    I am a man, the current offering at Ironton Studios and Gallery (3636 Chestnut Street, 303-297-8626), purports to be about men's... More >>

  • Radar: Selections From the Collection of Vicki and Kent Logan

    published December 28, 2006

    Considering its outlandish appearance, the new Frederic C. Hamilton Building of the Denver Art Museum has overshadowed what's on display inside.... More >>

  • Sketches

    published December 21, 2006

    Breaking the Mold. In 2003, Connecticut collector Virginia Vogel Mattern donated some 300 pieces of contemporary American Indian art to... More >>

  • Mapping Nativity

    published December 21, 2006

    For me, the real meaning of the holidays involves Burl Ives retelling the story of the foggy night that Rudolph led Santa's sleigh, and Brenda Lee... More >>

  • 60 Years of Colorado Modernism and From Framing to Furnishing

    published December 21, 2006

    Hugh Grant, founder and director of the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art on Capitol Hill, has been a kind of Santa Claus for Denver,... More >>

  • DoubleButter Boontje

    published December 14, 2006

    The smart-looking P Design Gallery (2590 Walnut Street, 720-259-2516) is dedicated to presenting design in an exhibition format with a decidedly... More >>

  • Susan Goldstein: Coming Home and Judy Anderson: Going Home

    published December 14, 2006

    Simon Zalkind, director of the Singer Gallery at the Mizel Center for Arts and Culture, is best known for group shows based on some kind of theme,... More >>

  • Going Up!

    published December 7, 2006

    In the past few weeks, there's been a plethora of news relevant to Denver's art and architecture scenes. Denver's Creative Spaces Task... More >>

  • Daniel Libeskind, Andrea Modica and Joellyn Duesberry

    published December 7, 2006

    I'm sure you've all heard more than enough about the Denver Art Museum's Frederic C. Hamilton Building. That's too bad, because there's even more... More >>

  • Sketches

    published November 30, 2006

    Breaking the Mold. In 2003, Connecticut collector Virginia Vogel Mattern donated some 300 pieces of contemporary American Indian art to... More >>

  • Cabell Childress

    published November 30, 2006

    A lot of people make Denver what it is, but few have changed the face of the city the way architect Cabell Childress did ("Mind Over... More >>

  • Mile High Steel, Marilyn Monroe and Erika Blumenfeld

    published November 30, 2006

    A funny thing happened to photography on the way to the 21st century: It went from being degraded as an inferior way to convey aesthetic concepts... More >>

  • Sketches

    published November 23, 2006

    Colorado Classic Architects, et al. Many of the finest buildings in town were done by firms with offices right here in the Mile High City,... More >>

  • Matthew Rose: Spelling With Scissors

    published November 23, 2006

    A couple of years ago, Lauri Lynnxe Murphy opened a funky gallery dedicated to showcasing artists who were doing experimental work. This gallery... More >>

  • Breaking the Mold

    published November 23, 2006

    With all the excitement -- and criticism -- caused by the unveiling of Daniel Libeskind's Frederic C. Hamilton Building, the inaugural exhibits... More >>

  • CONVERSATIONS REFLECTIONS

    published November 16, 2006

    There's a charming little group show at Sandra Phillips Gallery (744 Santa Fe Drive, 303-573-5969) with the grammatically challenged title of... More >>

  • Under the Radar: Contemporary Chinese Art

    published November 16, 2006

    A generation ago, when you said "contemporary art," it was assumed you were talking about creations from New York City, south of 54th Street --... More >>

  • JUDITH COHN: CONSTRUCTIONS

    John Matlack: Bridges, Fishes, and Boats

    published November 9, 2006

    Of the various alternative spaces in Denver, Spark Gallery (900 Santa Fe Drive, 720-889-2200) has more than its share of established artists as... More >>

  • Visual Noise

    published November 9, 2006

    Fine-art videos have been playing a larger role in the contemporary realm in recent years, but I have a hard time understanding why. And a... More >>

  • Colorado Classic Architects

    published November 2, 2006

    Now that famous New Yorker Steven Holl is no longer involved with designing the courthouse portion of the Justice Center complex (see review, page... More >>

  • Down for the Count

    published November 2, 2006

    Mayor John Hickenlooper's predecessors made that whole mayoral-legacy business look like a snap. Federico Peña can be credited with... More >>

  • Jason Miller: Tape, Dust and Fake Antlers

    published October 26, 2006

    The new P Design Gallery (2590 Walnut Street, 720-259-2516) adds something new to the art scene in town: a place where design is presented not... More >>

  • Act II

    published October 26, 2006

    This past summer, Cydney Payton, director of Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art, put together a mini-blockbuster, Decades of Influence:... More >>

  • Negotiating Reality

    published October 19, 2006

    Every other year, the University of Denver's School of Art and Art History teaches a very interesting class called the Marsico Curatorial... More >>

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