Denver is celebrating 25 years of the city's public art program with Beyond Blue, an exhibition running through December 22 in the lobbies of the Buell Theatre and the McNichols Civic Center Building, where it held an opening reception on October 17. Many of the 46 artists who created the 75 artwork ... More >>
#56: John McEnroeArtist John McEnroe tangles with the challenges of synthetic materials and sculptural process in big, drippy works with minds of their own. Best known for sometimes-ragged installations molded from plastics and polymers and filling spaces in unexpected ways, McEnroe seems to natural ... More >>
Artists really grok the culture of Facebook better than anyone else: Like a blank canvas waiting for paint and inspiration, the social media outlet is just another empty slate -- and it's up to each artist to fill it with pictures. A lot of those pictures end up being images of the artists themselve ... More >>
Ah, life's eternal questions, like "Why do words sounds so weird if you say them a bunch of times in a row?" and "What if, like, when you looked in the mirror you were seeing the real you looking at the fake you and you're the fake you" and "Wait, what?" -- all of which suddenly become vastly ... More >>
Only Donald Lipsky can ride this horse. And Hickenlooper.Three years ago, the original fiberglass horse from Donald Lipski's "The Yearling," who'd been keeping watch over the Denver Public Library since 1999 atop an incongruously giant red chair, stepped down. "Scout," as he'd been informally ... More >>
With our Wild West tradition, it’s not surprising that horses play such a big role in the public art around here, an interest that underscores our worldwide image long ago established by old Hollywood Westerns. But surprisingly, this local taste for art about horses is not limited to historic piec ... More >>
RiNo celebrates its first birthday, and Susan Cooper shows work that is both -- and neither -- painting and sculpture.
The MCA follows up its summer extravaganza with the perfect chaser.
Sculpture solos at Robischon and Artyard overshadow the group outing at Foothills.
There's a wintry mood at the MCA and a summery installation on the lawn of the DAM.
The really lost weekend
Jonathan Borofsky's "The Dancers" waltz into Denver.
Denver's last dance for the '90s.
Big changes are afoot at Foothills Art Center.
The new Webb Building gets a mixed review.
Opportunities for art and architecture can be both found and lost amid city politics.
Sculpture rules at Artyard and the Foothills Art Center.
Found-object sculptor Donald Lipski trains his eye on Colorado.