When we think of photography and American Indians today, the first images that come to mind -- ironically and invariably -- are the famous, early twentieth-century photogravure portraits by ethnologist Edward S. Curtis. A century later, Navajo photographer and installation artist Will Wilson decide ... 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 >>
Because the Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities has such a great track record for tying all the loose ends together thematically, a trio of West-inspired photography shows open in the galleries today -- just in time for the regional influx of National Western Stock Show vi ... More >>
The idea of having a separate curator to oversee photography at the Denver Art Museum has been kicked around for many years. Over the last decade, there have been times when a sympathetic curator like Jane Fudge, or a curatorial assistant like Blake Milteer, mounted photo shows, but there has never ... More >>
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Three exhibits mix it up with the history of photography.
Three photography shows feature very different styles.
Colorado Historical Society photography lecture.