When former director Lewis Sharp piloted the effort to expand the Denver Art Museum, the goal was to mount more temporary exhibits. This led to the construction of the daring Daniel Libeskind-designed Hamilton Building, which joined the landmark Gio Ponti tower in 2006. Two years later, Christoph Heinrich was hired as curator of Modern and Contemporary Art; he rose quickly through the ranks to become deputy director and, in 2010, the museum's director. But he had already begun... More >>>