An art exhibition -- even those devoted to the work of a single artist -- is typically made up of anywhere from a dozen to three dozen pieces. Some exhibits include more than that, with a blockbuster generally having between seventy to a hundred different things on view. It's unusual to find single works of art functioning as entire exhibits, but that's exactly what's happening right now at three area institutions. At the MCA Temporary Contemporary, there's a single light installation; the Lab at Belmar is hosting a multimedia installation; and at the Denver Art Museum, a favorite sculpture has been brought out for a... More >>>