Putting together an exquisite corpse exhibit would be no easy task for a gallerist in any case, but Rebecca Peebles and Danette Montoya of the adventurous Groundswell Gallery made their mission even more challenging: For Exquisite Corpse: Stamped and Mailed, they tapped a whopping 44 local artists t ... More >>
Materialized, a group show featuring abstract works utilizing unusual materials, opens today at Robischon Gallery; it's a continuation of the gallery's Material Abstraction, which introduced the whole idea last summer. All photos courtesy of Robischon Gallery. See also: - Material Abstraction at ... More >>
If it feels like something's been gone from your life, perhaps it's Untitled. But now the Denver Art Museum's Friday night happy hour of fun programming is back from its holiday hiatus with a whole new agenda for a whole new year. See also: - Paper Bird's Esme Patterson on how there's more to the ... More >>
#99: Donald Fodness At first glance, the works of Donald Fodness -- which range from intricate drawings to full-blown assemblages, installations and performance pieces -- might seem like chaos personified, filled with a million unrelated things that make your mind go a little crazy, if in a good wa ... More >>
The Denver Art Museum was on a roll in 2012 and it isn't slowing down in the new year, with exhibits showcasing Georgia O'Keeffe and Nick Cave's Soundsuits on their way. At MCA Denver, the Ladies Fancywork Society will soon have its day in the sun its own exhibition. The folks at the Denver County F ... More >>
The Arvada Center galleries will greet the summer with a cheerful set of shows, Faces, Places & Spaces, which open in unison tonight with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. and remain on view through August 26. Two artist nights, each with a panel discussion and meet-and-greet, are also scheduled on June ... More >>
Ivar Zeile Bill can see clearly now. Or not. Bill Amundson, once a local character and still the inimitable creator of what might be the densest work on the planet, took off last year for his home state of Wisconsin. But he's back for a visit, and what might be the show of his lifetime (at le ... More >>
This weekend is all about one thing: Halloween. While there are a couple things you can do without stretching your costume muscles, nearly all of the events happening are related to Halloween in some way. If you don't like the holiday, you best hit up the video store and stock up on full seas ... More >>
Dana Cain is the lady with her thumb in a million pies: The local maestra of event-planning throws several well-attended collectors expos, art shows, parties, chocolate fests each year. Her latest -- and biggest -- project is next summer's Denver County Fair. But Dana is also an avid art coll ... More >>
Find out whats so funny about art at an Artposium.
The Wrath of Grapes spills into Denver's MCA.
In 1992, Westword published its ninth Best of Denver issue, a celebration of the city that saluted everything from Best Last Stand (the Denver Zephyrs, about to be supplanted by the Colorado Rockies) to Best Bail Bondsman (Duane Chapman, before he became known as “Dog”) to Best — and Sometimes ... More >>
Foothills Art Center
You never know when or where the Invisible Museum will hit, and that's part of the charm. But there's nothing cutesy about the quality work displayed by the faceless, roving venue. Case in point: In response to the opening of the Denver Art Museum's more high-profile Frederic C. Hamilton wing, the ... More >>
After six years in Portland, the Minders revisit the city that put their pop on the map.
A new show at the Arvada Center is fun on wheels.
Outsider artist Wesley Willis.
Shop Till You Drop
Michael Paglia's brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
June 3 - 9, 1999
March 26-April 1, 1998