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  • It's a Go

    published October 19, 2006

    From the moment Daniel Libeskind was tapped to design a freestanding addition to the Denver Art Museum, people began to question whether a... More >>

  • Treasures Revealed: The Art of Hungary, 1890-1955

    published October 12, 2006

    The often overlooked Emmanuel Gallery (Auraria campus, 303-556-8337) is currently hosting an important show called Treasures Revealed: The... More >>

  • It's Set

    published October 12, 2006

    The daring Frederic C. Hamilton Building created for the Denver Art Museum by Daniel Libeskind and the Davis Partnership became an instant Mile... More >>

  • Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver

    published October 5, 2006

    Almost seven years ago, the Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver opened in a two-level space in the former Granada Fish Market at 19th and Lawrence... More >>

  • Get Ready

    published October 5, 2006

    It's been more than seven years in the making, and for the last three, it's been slowly rising on a site just south of the intersection of West... More >>

  • Jennifer Hope: 4 new paintings and Mark Brasuell: Flaming

    published September 28, 2006

    The funky little Edge Gallery (3658 Navajo Street, 303-477-7173) is the city's oldest art co-op, which may be why it frequently hosts great pairs... More >>

  • Prism Break

    published September 28, 2006

    There's one thing you can always expect from the Singer Gallery in the Mizel Center for Arts and Culture: high-quality art exhibits with some kind... More >>

  • WHAT SEASON IS THIS and Selective Vision: The Art of Digital Atelier

    published September 21, 2006

    There are two interesting shows kicking off the fall season at Walker Fine Art (300 West 11th Avenue, #A): WHAT SEASON IS THIS,... More >>

  • They're Off

    published September 21, 2006

    William Havu Gallery is the only art shop in the city in its own specially designed building. That's why, when things are really cooking, as they... More >>

  • Fantôme Afrique

    published September 14, 2006

    Daniel Libeskind's ideas for Denver's Civic Center are off the wall (see review,) but equally... More >>

  • Park and Wreck

    published September 14, 2006

    Last month I wrote a piece about the Civic Center Conservancy in which I implied that the group's members were a bunch of clowns (" More >>

  • Introductions

    published September 7, 2006

    44T ARTSPACE, the exhibition end of Metro Frame Works (4400 Tennyson Street, 303-433-0335), is a smart-looking miniature sales room with extensive... More >>

  • TOM JUDD: Degrees of Perception, Jerry Kunkel: new paintings and Jack Balas

    published August 31, 2006

    August is typically a dead time in the Denver art world, so the Denver Art Dealers Association came up with DADA INTRODUCTIONS, a way for... More >>

  • UNDERGO

    published August 24, 2006

    The Stay Gallery (3519 Brighton Boulevard, 303-408-3057), run by the husband-and-wife team of John and Amy Bodin, only recently opened; in fact,... More >>

  • Against the Grain

    published August 24, 2006

    In a few weeks, the fall art season will get under way, and as I look into my crystal ball, I see an unprecedented tsunami of exhibitions and... More >>

  • Sarah Fox, Ryan Anderson, and Morgan Barnes

    published August 17, 2006

    Michael Burnett's Space Gallery (765 Santa Fe Drive, 720-904-1088) is one of the highlights of the Santa Fe Arts District. It's especially nice... More >>

  • Kim Bailey

    published August 10, 2006

    I'm a logico-deductive sort of person, I think A comes before B, and I firmly believe that 1 + 1 = 2. And I don't need any insider information to... More >>

  • Civic Circus

    published August 10, 2006

    I can't imagine what world-famous architect Daniel Libeskind was thinking when he took on the job of brainstorming about the Civic Center right... More >>

  • Jason Appleton and Strange attachments

    published August 3, 2006

    There are two interesting shows installed back-to-back at Pirate: a contemporary art oasis (3655 Navajo Street, 303-458-6058). In the handsome... More >>

  • Border Dispute

    published August 3, 2006

    For the third time in two years, there's a major show addressing how traditional Chicano art has progressed into post-Chicano art. The latest is... More >>

  • Colorado Modernism: 1930-1970

    published July 27, 2006

    Tracy Felix's Colorado Modernism: 1930-1970 (see review) at More >>

  • Something to Consider

    published July 20, 2006

    Something to Consider is a wonderful summer show filled with fresh-looking contemporary paintings and ceramic sculptures at Sandy... More >>

  • Three-Way

    published July 20, 2006

    During the last decade or so, there has been increased interest in exploring the rich art history of Colorado, and Hugh Grant, director of... More >>

  • New Work by Jimmy Sellars

    published July 13, 2006

    Weilworks (3611 Chestnut Place, 303-308-9345) is an elegant little contemporary gallery in the River North area, not far from downtown. It's in a... More >>

  • Hippie Haven

    published July 13, 2006

    Boulder came of age in the 1960s, right along with the first baby boomers. The beautiful little town became a national center for the... More >>

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