Pop-art icon Andy Warhol famously came to Fort Collins in 1981 when collectors John and Kimiko Powers mounted an exhibition of his work at Colorado State University. It was a memorable visit for many, and was even celebrated all over again a couple of years ago with an exhibit at the University of D ... More >>
#88: Mark SinkMark Sink's pedigree as a fine art photographer and arts mover in Denver goes way back, more than thirty years. And its roots sink even deeper: His great-grandfather James L. Breese founded the Camera Club of NY and before that, Breese's uncle, Samuel Finley Breese Morse, not only inve ... More >>
"The first Velvet Underground album only sold 10,000 copies, but everyone who bought one formed a band." This quote has been attributed to both Brian Eno and Peter Buck (of REM) -- no one is completely certain who said it first, but that's not the point. The fact remains that The Velvet Underground ... More >>
The Starz Denver Film Festival might be your best chance to see the Oscar contenders, the big-name indie films and movies with Sundance logos all over them, but if you're looking for something a bit more odd, you're best bet is going to be the Denver Underground Film Festival, which kicks off ... More >>
Mark Sink: "Andy Warhol, Mountain Man," Colorado, 1982.When the exhibit Warhol in Colorado opens for public viewing today at DU's Myhren Gallery, one of the show's major components will include photos taken of Warhol by Colorado photographers in the early '80s, when the pop artist visited For ... More >>
John BonathWhen the exhibit Warhol in Colorado debuts tonight at DU's Myhren Gallery, one of the show's major components will include photos taken of Warhol by Colorado photographers in the early '80s, when the pop artist visited Fort Collins amid much hoopla for a major exhibition of his wor ... More >>
Andy Warhol's vision of a future in which everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes came to life on Friday night, when Denverites aplenty gathered to celebrate what would have been the pop artist's 82nd birthday. Westword photog Eric Gruneisen caught the action in a Warhol-centric slideshow ... More >>
It wasn't quite pop art, but close -- and readers and viewers everywhere are chugging it down. This weekend, Channel 9 reported about bottles of Gatorade on local store shelves featuring a photo of Tiger Woods and his wife and the word "Unfaithful" -- an art project pulled off by Longmont's Jason ... More >>
Pop-art king Andy Warhol's films are worth watching.
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, of all places, is hosting a Warhol blockbuster.
Brief reviews of current shows.
Andy Warhol’s fame shines on in Colorado Springs.
The Total Wanker (Self-released)
Behold, the power of film via TIE.
The art of the deal
The International Experimental Cinema challenges viewers with a mixed bag from Warhol to Teutonic auteurs.
American pop meets Japanese neo-pop at Denver's MCA.
Exotica Erotica Ball
Warhol Party 2
Michael Paglia's brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.