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2007 Stories by Michael Paglia

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  • Flow

    published August 23, 2007

    Summer — especially as hot as this one's been — strikes me as an odd time to be thinking about quilts, but that's what's on the mind... More >>

  • Eames 100: This Is the Trick

    published August 23, 2007

    Even though Shannon Corrigan has been at the helm of the Emmanuel Gallery on the Auraria campus for a couple of years now, there's still something... More >>

  • Sketches

    published August 16, 2007

    The American Landscape and Carny. Rule Gallery has typically presented single solos since landing in its new space several months ago, but... More >>

  • Ahoy, Pirate!

    published August 16, 2007

    Denver artist Jason Appleton takes the role of the outré bohemian, the perfect pose for a longtime member of Pirate: A Contemporary Art... More >>

  • Land Ho!

    published August 16, 2007

    What constitutes Western art has been a hot topic among curators over the past twenty years. The answer is obvious when applied to material from... More >>

  • Sketches

    published August 9, 2007

    The American Landscape and Carny. Rule Gallery has typically presented single solos since landing in its new space several months... More >>

  • Glacial Meltdown

    published August 9, 2007

    Oh, it has been a scorcher lately, hasn't it? That's why it strikes me as being extremely counterintuitive for Ironton Gallery (3636 Chestnut... More >>

  • The Beat Goes On

    published August 9, 2007

    If you're from somewhere else — or if you aren't paying attention — you may have a misperception about the art scene in metro Denver.... More >>

  • Sketches

    published August 2, 2007

    The American Landscape and Carny. Rule Gallery has typically presented single solos since landing in its new space several months ago, but... More >>

  • “Continuum — The Julie Penrose Fountain”

    published August 2, 2007

    The thoughtful new addition to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center done by David Owen Tryba (see More >>

  • Well Done

    published August 2, 2007

    The culture boom that's been hitting the Front Range has reached another milestone: On Saturday, August 4, at 10 a.m., a ribbon-cutting ceremony... More >>

  • Sketches

    published July 26, 2007

    The American Landscape and Carny. Rule Gallery has typically presented single solos since landing in its new space several months ago, but... More >>

  • Ken Goehring

    published July 26, 2007

    For nearly three-quarters of the twentieth century, the heart of the art world in Colorado was in Colorado Springs. Artists were attracted to the... More >>

  • Clyfford Still Unveiled

    published July 26, 2007

    Clyfford Still, master and pioneer of mid-twentieth-century abstract expressionism, was something of an eccentric in the artist-as-egomaniac... More >>

  • Sketches

    published July 19, 2007

    Fang Lijun: Heads. China is definitely on the ascendancy internationally. Not only does the teeming economic powerhouse produce all the... More >>

  • Temple Micah

    published July 19, 2007

    I'm sure that anyone who travels down the South Monaco Parkway as it skirts the fashionable Crestmoor neighborhood has noticed the dramatic... More >>

  • Summertime Blues

    published July 19, 2007

    When I came to Denver in the 1980s, the Mile High City was a great place to be if you were a fan of architecture, as I am. At the time, the oil... More >>

  • Sketches

    published July 12, 2007

    Fang Lijun: Heads. China is definitely on the ascendancy internationally. Not only does the teeming economic powerhouse produce all the... More >>

  • Lawrence Argent

    published July 12, 2007

    Lawrence Argent, one of the four featured artists in Looking Up at Metro's CVA (see review),... More >>

  • Looking Up

    published July 12, 2007

    Installation art, an aesthetic approach that uses space as one of its materials, dates back to the early twentieth century, but then it was a mere... More >>

  • Sketches

    published July 5, 2007

    Gary Lynch. The Emmanuel Gallery, in association with the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, presents Gary Lynch: A Memorial... More >>

  • Joan Sapiro

    published July 5, 2007

    The contemporary art scene in Denver is made up of scores of galleries, but until thirty years ago, there were only a handful of exhibition spaces... More >>

  • Herbert Bayer Collection

    published July 5, 2007

    Curator Gwen Chanzit is the world's foremost authority on the late artist Herbert Bayer, and she has put this knowledge to good use over the past... More >>

  • Sketches

    published June 28, 2007

    Altar Girls. Two very different exhibits roughly collide into one another in the middle of the Museo de las Américas. One part, put... More >>

  • Jim Colbert

    published June 28, 2007

    Some very sad and shocking news came out of Boulder last week: Noted Colorado artist Jim Colbert was found dead in his Boulder home, an... More >>

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