Since the start of the new year, we've been filling our four blogs -- Show and Tell, Backbeat, Cafe Society and the Latest Word -- with a Colorado bucket list of the 100 things to do before you kick it. We've already shared Show and Tell Bucket List picks 25-16 and and 15-6. Here are the final fiv ... More >>
Was it "Mustang" that killed the competition -- just as the sculpture killed its creator, Luis Jimenez? Maybe it was Terry Allen's bronze gargoyles by baggage claim that had victory in the bag. Or perhaps it was part of some New World order conspiracy, as presaged in the murals by Leo Tanguma. Whate ... More >>
"Mustang," by Luis JimenezQuit horsing around! It's time to come clean about how you feel about the public art at Denver International Airport, a collection that includes everything from Gary Sweeney's beloved "America, Why I Love Her" to the loved, and loathed, "Mustang," aka Blucifer, the ... More >>
Denver International Airport has thirty pieces of art in its permanent collection, not including "Mountain Mirage," which will soon disappear entirely, and Anubis, the Tut-touting statue at DIA until late this month. Too bad it won't be around longer: I like having the God of the Underworld ... More >>
The debate took off fast last week over Luis Jimenez's "Mustang," otherwise known as "DIA's Heinous Blue Mustang," which stands outside Denver International Airport. (Read more in this Off Limits report, as well as at www.byebyebluemustang, the site started by local realtor Rachel Hultin.) But in al ... More >>
Rounding the corner at DIA Monday morning, I ran smack into artist Gary Sweeney, who moved from Denver more than a decade ago, but left plenty for this city to remember him by. "America...Why I Love Her," for example, the airport's most beloved public-art piece, complete with a map of the United St ... More >>
Dianne Vanderlip is stepping down from the DAM after nearly thirty years.
Who's in -- and out -- in my fantasy Decades.
Decades of Influence at the MCA is a smash hit and this is just the beginning.
The DAM presents an exhibit studded with the state's art stars.
Mexico's influence is on display at the CVA and the Museo.
The Zephyr has weathered life on Colfax for 56 years. But can it withstand the march of progress?
The Balas and Sweeney duet at Robischon really has something to say.