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  • Matt O’Neill

    published July 6, 2006

    It seems like everyone has their own list of who should be in Decades of Influence: Colorado 1985 -- Present at the Museum of Contemporary... More >>

  • Extra Innings

    published July 6, 2006

    Cydney Payton's name has been on the tip of everyone's tongue because of the roster of 72 artists that she included in Decades of Influence:... More >>

  • Decades of Influence: Colorado 1985 - Present

    published June 29, 2006

    Of the four aspects of Cydney Payton's marvelous Decades of Influence: Colorado 1985 - Present, the part on view at the Carol... More >>

  • Basis Loaded

    published June 29, 2006

    Cydney Payton, the director and curator of Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver, has really outdone herself with Decades of Influence: Colorado... More >>

  • Decades of Influence: Colorado 1985 - present.

    published June 22, 2006

    Cydney Payton, the director of Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art, must be a workaholic. Not only was the groundbreaking for the new David... More >>

  • Home Run

    published June 22, 2006

    For the first time in its history, the Museum of Contemporary Art/ Denver is hosting a set of exhibitions that collectively work like a... More >>

  • men + metal: amalgam, shift_context and Melinda Laz: new works on paper

    published June 15, 2006

    Edge Gallery (3658 Navajo Street, 303-477-7173), one of the top alternative art spaces in town, is currently given over to a group of shows that... More >>

  • Heavy Thoughts

    published June 15, 2006

    Sitting on the lawn of the Colorado Convention Center adjacent to Speer Boulevard is "Indeterminate Line," that enormous rusted-steel spiral... More >>

  • Regina Benson/Dorothy Caldwell

    published June 8, 2006

    It may seem like there's a new gallery opening in town every day, but it's actually only about one ribbon-cutting per week. One of the latest to... More >>

  • Realist Democracy

    published June 8, 2006

    You'd think that by now artists would have tired of recording the sights of the world in the tried-and-true mediums of painting and drawing. For... More >>

  • New Talent

    published June 1, 2006

    Like the pop charts, boutiques and Hollywood, the art world is always looking for the latest thing. And because the newest ideas are usually found... More >>

  • Starting Now

    published June 1, 2006

    Believe it or not, in the 1950s, Colorado's main art scene was seated not in Denver, but in Colorado Springs, of all places. The most... More >>

  • Wallflowers & Pinups

    published May 25, 2006

    Surely one of the city's funkiest, grungiest, edgiest and strangest art galleries is Capsule (554 Santa Fe Drive, 303-623-3460), the brainchild of... More >>

  • Colorado Dreaming

    published May 25, 2006

    The swank David Cook Fine Art has been riding the recent wave of interest in the art of the American West, a formerly untapped treasure trove. One... More >>

  • Place: Fine Art Alumni Invitational

    published May 18, 2006

    During the past ten years, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (1600 Pierce Street, 303-753-6046) has emerged as a local powerhouse.... More >>

  • Points West and Weston

    published May 18, 2006

    At the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, artists were attracted to the West by its majestic scenery. Then, in the... More >>

  • Hamilton Building Expansion

    published May 11, 2006

    During the groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Denver Museum of Contemporary Art last week, executive director Cydney Payton addressed the crowd... More >>

  • Next Up

    published May 11, 2006

    On the morning of Monday, May 1, throngs of Mexican-Americans, most of them young, marched through downtown Denver -- and cities across the... More >>

  • URBAN ORGANICA

    published May 4, 2006

    Ivar Zeile, director of + Gallery (2350 Lawrence Street, 303-296-0927), went to college in Utah and during his student days became friends with... More >>

  • Smart and Pretty

    published May 4, 2006

    Among the standard features of the visual arts, two attributes rise above the others: what something looks like, and what it means. The rise of... More >>

  • Mel Strawn: Coins & Medals +

    published April 27, 2006

    The Sandra Phillips Gallery (744 Santa Fe Drive, 303-573-5969) has stumbled on a niche in the art market: featuring the work of well-known... More >>

  • Round Up

    published April 27, 2006

    Having people from both inside and outside the art world come to me and plug a show is a standard feature of my life as an art critic. What's... More >>

  • Industrial Undergrowth, Directions in Abstraction and KATHRYN OBERDORFER

    published April 20, 2006

    Five to ten years ago, there seemed to always be some kind of over-the-top installation at Edge Gallery (3658 Navajo Street, 303-477-7173), but... More >>

  • Arts and Sciences

    published April 20, 2006

    Up until the 1960s, people argued in all seriousness that photography was not a fine art because a machine was used to produce it. Today this... More >>

  • Skyline Park

    published April 13, 2006

    Skyline Park, which runs along Arapahoe Street between 15th and 18th streets, was once a world-class example of modernist landscape design. It was... More >>

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