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2007 Stories by Michael Paglia

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  • Now Showing

    published December 27, 2007

    American Art Invitational. Art, like politics, can be divided into liberal and conservative camps, with contemporary art representing... More >>

  • Four encaustic artists

    published December 20, 2007

    The idea for a quartet of solo shows at Sandy Carson Gallery (760 Santa Fe Drive, 303-573-8585, More >>

  • Now Showing

    published December 20, 2007

    American Art Invitational. Art, like politics, can be divided into liberal and conservative camps, with contemporary art representing... More >>

  • Starting Now

    published December 20, 2007

    The Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver opened its brand-new David Adjaye-designed building at the corner of 15th and Delgany streets less than... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published December 13, 2007

    American Art Invitational. Art, like politics, can be divided into liberal and conservative camps, with contemporary art representing... More >>

  • Hangar 61

    published December 13, 2007

    In 1890, Benjamin F. Woodward, a tycoon who helped bring the telegraph to Colorado, commissioned Denver's premier architect, Frank Edbrooke, to... More >>

  • Nothing Is Hiding

    published December 13, 2007

    As you might imagine, I see a lot of art shows in the course of doing my job. I figure that since this time last year, I've seen something like... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published December 6, 2007

    American Art Invitational. Art, like politics, can be divided into liberal and conservative camps, with contemporary art representing... More >>

  • Sporting and Recreation: Furniture

    published December 6, 2007

    In Sporting and Recreation: Furniture, the current exhibit at Ironton Studios and Gallery (3636 Chestnut Place, More >>

  • Picture Perfect

    published December 6, 2007

    It's hardly a new observation to say that the invention of photography revolutionized the visual arts; it's trite, but true. Before... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published November 29, 2007

    Artisans & Kings. For its first extravaganza of the season, the Denver Art Museum has unveiled a sprawling blockbuster in the... More >>

  • A Source to Consider

    published November 29, 2007

    The Dairy Center for the Arts (2590 Walnut Street, Boulder, 303-440-7826, www.thedairy.org) is an... More >>

  • Weather Report: Art and Climate Change

    published November 29, 2007

    I'm wary of art with political subtexts, because it's usually pretty bad, and the shows that feature it are often long on explanatory text and... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published November 22, 2007

    Clyfford Still Unveiled. A master and pioneer of mid-twentieth-century abstract expressionism, painter Clyfford Still was something of... More >>

  • Frank Martinez and Michael Whiting

    published November 22, 2007

    With the opening of the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building last year and the unveiling of the Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver last month,... More >>

  • Medium in the Middle

    published November 22, 2007

    There's nothing new about working at the intersection of art mediums, especially pieces that combine aspects of both painting and sculpture.... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published November 15, 2007

    Artisans & Kings. For its first extravaganza of the season, the Denver Art Museum has unveiled a sprawling blockbuster in the... More >>

  • Michael Zansky|Un Viaggiatore Agitato

    published November 15, 2007

    Even before he took over as the able director of the Sandy Carson Gallery (760 Santa Fe Drive, 303-573-8585, More >>

  • Sweet and Dreamy

    published November 15, 2007

    Is it possible to create intelligent work with Bosco chocolate syrup? Obviously it is, since Vik Muniz has done it over and over again, in... More >>

  • Works on Paper by Bill Joseph

    published November 8, 2007

    Bill Joseph, who died in 2003, is best remembered as a sculptor, and several of his pieces are prominently sited downtown. These include the... More >>

  • Color as Field: American Painting, 1950-1975

    published November 8, 2007

    From the end of World War II through the 1970s, American culture hit one of those golden ages that dot the history of humanity every hundred... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published November 1, 2007

    American Dreams. Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid were among the first artists to embrace conceptual realism in the 1960s. Although... More >>

  • Containers and Doug Wilson

    published November 1, 2007

    Sculptor Bob Mangold and his wife, Peggy, an art dealer, are both in their seventies, and given their many contributions to the local art world... More >>

  • Marecak Diptych

    published November 1, 2007

    Twenty years ago, there was little if any interest in the history of Colorado art, aside from turn-of-the-last-century landscape painting; that... More >>

  • Now showing

    published October 25, 2007

    American Dreams. Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid were among the first artists to embrace conceptual realism in the 1960s. Although... More >>

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