Pirate: Contemporary Art
Denver, CO 80211
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RetroActive at Pirate Shows How Artists in the 1970s Launched the Scene We Have Now
2 months ago by Michael Paglia
RetroActive Pirate: Contemporary Art 3655 Navajo Street The idea for Denver's Spark Gallery actually came about in Boulder in the 1970s. At the time, exhibition space for emerging artists was scarce, so a group of University of Colo...
Gallery Sketches: Four Shows to See in Denver on the First Friday in 2015
3 months ago by Susan Froyd
Next stop, New Year's Eve. That means it's time to reflect back, think about the future, and then decide how to best comport yourself in the coming year. Many galleries around town are riffing on that theme for their first shows of ...
Michael Brohman Gets Heavy at Pirate, While Walter Barton Takes a Lighter Approach
5 months ago by Michael Paglia
It isn't often that Michael Brohman's work could be described as somber ("outrageous" is more often what comes to mind), but that's the case with Horizons, now in the main space at Pirate. See also: A Lively Mix of Sculptures, Paint...
Review: Where You Begin at Pirate Is Full of Familiar Topics Leading to Strange Creations
6 months ago by Michael Paglia
Pirate member Christine Buchsbaum invited her friend and fellow artist, Michael Bhichitkul, to help her curate Where You Begin, a group show in which artists employ ordinary subjects in unusual or extraordinary ways. Both Buchsbaum ...