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2010 Stories by Michael Paglia

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  • Remembering Eldon "E.C." Cunningham

    published October 14, 2010

    For nearly thirty years, Eldon "E.C." Cunningham taught printmaking as the program coordinator at Metropolitan State College of Denver.... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published October 7, 2010

    Exposure. Eric Paddock is the Denver Art Museum's first full-fledged photo curator to head up his own new department. To unveil the... More >>

  • Museum studies: The CU Art Museum is among a museum-building boom

    published October 7, 2010

    Over the last decade or so, Colorado has seen an incredible museum-building boom that is completely unprecedented in the state's history. New... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 30, 2010

    Exposure. Eric Paddock is the Denver Art Museum's first full-fledged photo curator to head up his own new department. To unveil the... More >>

  • Artbeat: Kate Petley and "Wild" Bill Amundson glow at Plus Gallery

    published September 30, 2010

    The season opener at Plus Gallery (2501 Larimer Street, 720-394-8484, www.plusgallery.com) is... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 23, 2010

    Exposure. Eric Paddock is the Denver Art Museum's first full-fledged photo curator to head up his own new department. To unveil the... More >>

  • Lens crafters: Two new exhibits bring photos into focus

    published September 23, 2010

    The fall art season is just getting under way, with several major shows open or about to open, including a few blockbusters. So this will be my... More >>

  • Worth the Wait

    published September 23, 2010

    Though the idea has been kicking around the University of Colorado for over fifty years, a new CU Art Museum finally opens today. The facility is... More >>

  • Combo Plate

    published September 16, 2010

    From the start, RedLine has had a hybrid identity: It’s a place where artists maintain studios; it’s a venue for exhibitions; and it... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 16, 2010

    Exposure. Eric Paddock is the Denver Art Museum's first full-fledged photo curator to head up his own new department. To unveil the... More >>

  • Artbeat: Memory Trips shines a light on the civil-rights era

    published September 16, 2010

    Around the corner from the bustling Santa Fe Drive art district is a funky two-room operation called Dark Energy Art Space (860 West Eighth... More >>

  • Pot Heads at the CVA

    published September 9, 2010

    Japanese ceramics have had a tremendous impact worldwide, and their aesthetic of elegant simplicity has been especially influential on artists in... More >>

  • Generation Gap

    published September 9, 2010

    John Madden is a big-time office developer, and one of his best-known buildings is the Palazzo Verdi, a glam-Italianate tower near the Denver Tech... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 9, 2010

    Abstracts. Summer is typically the time for group shows, and this year the William Havu Gallery presented two of them. First was... More >>

  • Moving Westerns: A Charles Deas exhibit brings the best of the West to the Denver Art Museum

    published September 9, 2010

    The opening of the American West in the first half of the nineteenth century led to a major development in this country's art history. Though... More >>

  • What's so funny? Barn-find Rembrandt at the DAM

    published Sep 02, 2010

    A tiny oil on copper painting--less than 9x7 inches--was put on display yesterday at the Denver Art Museum in the European and American art galleries in the Ponti Building. The painting, entitled "Re... More >>

  • Latino Lessons

    published September 2, 2010

    This summer, the Biennial of the Americas put a spotlight on art from the Americas, and though it’s over, the beat goes on this fall with a... More >>

  • Old Modern

    published September 2, 2010

    Architect Eero Saarinen’s Gateway Arch in Saint Louis still looks futuristic even though it was designed over a half century ago. The same... More >>

  • Sweeping the Sidewalk

    published September 2, 2010

    The funky Dark Energy Art Space, one of the city’s newer galleries, is the brainchild of Ryan Raudonis, and it provides exhibition... More >>

  • Now Showing

    published September 2, 2010

    Abstracts. Summer is typically the time for group shows, and this year the William Havu Gallery presented two of them. First was... More >>

  • Two new solo offerings at Ice Cube Gallery show members' talent

    published September 2, 2010

    I haven't seen every show at Ice Cube Gallery (3320 Walnut Street, 303-292-1822, More >>

  • Now Showing

    published August 26, 2010

    Energy Effects. MCA Denver director Adam Lerner and architect Paul Andersen have put together one of the most important of the many... More >>

  • Bye-bye, Biennial, but many exhibits are showing through August

    published August 26, 2010

    The Biennial of the Americas has officially ended, but many of the associated exhibits are still running, in part because the Biennial was... More >>

  • Get in Line

    published August 19, 2010

    The main current in abstraction is formalism, and the journey from the more-is-more approach of abstract expressionism to the less-is-more motives... More >>

  • Western Pioneer

    published August 19, 2010

    Though it strikes us today as being ultra-traditional, Western art dates back to a little over a century and a half ago — not very long in... More >>

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