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2009 Stories by Michael Paglia

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  • Stephen Batura at Robischon Gallery

    published October 22, 2009

    For the past eight years, Denver artist Stephen Batura has been doing works of art based on an archive of historic photos from the collection... More >>

  • Southwest Redux

    published October 15, 2009

    Not long ago, husband-and-wife Lakewood artists Haze and Jana Diedrich made a pilgrimage to Santa Fe, where they began to appreciate those small... More >>

  • Miller on Miller

    published October 15, 2009

    R. Craig Miller came to the Denver Art Museum in 1990 to establish the Architecture, Design and Graphics Department, and he hit the ground running... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published October 15, 2009

    Anna Kaye. The conceptual framework that underlies the drawings and watercolors that make up the handsome if small Apparition: works... More >>

  • Shows at Havu and MCA Denver bring the abstract

    published October 15, 2009

    Some art writers, including critics and commentators, have been trying to put abstraction in its grave for a generation. In fact, abstraction... More >>

  • Building for the Future

    published October 8, 2009

    Kirk Brown and Jill Wiltse were already art collectors and exhibition sponsors when they recently added another label, that of film supporters,... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published October 8, 2009

    Al Wynne. Al Wynne is one of the greatest artists to have ever worked in Colorado, and his accomplishments rank right up there with... More >>

  • Jonathan Saiz at Plus Gallery

    published October 8, 2009

    As much as any art museum or venue in town, Plus Gallery (2501 Larimer Street, 303-296-0927, More >>

  • The Grass Is Greener

    published October 1, 2009

    Robert Mangold (Bob to everyone in the Colorado art scene) is surely the dean of Denver’s contemporary sculptors, with a fifty-year career... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published October 1, 2009

    Al Wynne. Al Wynne is one of the greatest artists to have ever worked in Colorado, and his accomplishments rank right up there with... More >>

  • The art of identity takes shape in three new shows

    published October 1, 2009

    It would be easy to argue that all art is partly about the artist who created it. But that doesn't mean every piece can be classified as art of... More >>

  • Visual Crossroads

    published September 24, 2009

    One of the city’s great cultural treasures, the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art is the brainchild of founder Hugh Grant, who started... More >>

  • The Wright Stuff

    published September 24, 2009

    The Colorado Center for Public Humanities at the University of Colorado Denver is hosting a lecture series called “Islam in American... More >>

  • Bamboozled

    published September 24, 2009

    On Christmas Day, 1945, American serviceman Walter Lutz found himself — as did so many others of his comrades — in Japan. He was... More >>

  • Anna Kaye at Sandra Phillips Gallery

    published September 24, 2009

    For a few days last month, Denver and the Front Range were shrouded in a smoky haze, courtesy of the forest fires in California. It was more... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 24, 2009

    Al Wynne. Al Wynne is one of the greatest artists to have ever worked in Colorado, and his accomplishments rank right up there with... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 17, 2009

    Currents. Traditional American Indian art is a well-established genre, and many Native American artists still practice the old forms of... More >>

  • A Wynne for Z Art Department

    published September 17, 2009

    The sluggish economy has affected the bottom line for art galleries, just as it has other businesses, but you wouldn't know it from looking. In... More >>

  • Double Duty

    published September 10, 2009

    William Biety, director of the van Straaten Gallery, never fails to come up with interesting shows to fill the place, and the current pairing,... More >>

  • Let’s Talk About It

    published September 10, 2009

    Earlier this year, curator Christoph Heinrich undertook a major reinstallation of the Denver Art Museum’s Modern and Contemporary collection.... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 10, 2009

    Currents. Traditional American Indian art is a well-established genre, and many Native American artists still practice the old forms of... More >>

  • Michael Brohman's Human Nature at Pirate

    published September 10, 2009

    Denver artist Michael Brohman is known for conceptual sculptures and installations with ambiguous narratives. He's also known for having edgy,... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 3, 2009

    Big-Lots. This show comprises some very big abstract paintings by Wendi Harford that are strong and artistically ambitious. Harford... More >>

  • James Dormer & Paul Flippen at Translations Gallery

    published September 3, 2009

    The tight-looking duet James Dormer & Paul Flippen, at Translations Gallery (1743 Wazee Street, 303-629-0713, More >>

  • Digging into the future of Colorado History

    published September 3, 2009

    Very rarely is it possible to start out on the wrong foot and yet wind up hitting a successful stride. But somehow, in the case of the History... More >>

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