You can find art all over town -- not just on gallery walls. In this series, we'll be looking at some of the local artists who serve up their work in coffeehouses and other non-gallery businesses around town. Blake Adams wants to democratize the viewing, understanding and appreciation of art -- and ... More >>
#73: Quintin Gonzalez Texas-born with an MFA from Yale, Quintin Gonzalez makes visually fluid work, regardless of the medium, as he moves between painting, drawing, printmaking, video and new media. Within that repertoire, Gonzalez creates intuitively, drawing from pop-cultural imagery -- and somet ... More >>
A solo show from Xi Zhang is always a beautiful treat, and Bone, which opens tonight at Plus Gallery, will double your pleasure. As Ivar Zeile of Plus notes, Zhang "paints with a lot of experimentation and has been evolving with several different styles over the last few years." And in Bone, the art ... More >>
The Mizel Museum is launching the ultimate voyage of aesthetic voyeurism: Denver Collects, a series of programs that takes the public to the homes of local art collectors. These community members have graciously opened their homes to the events, which focus on collections of contemporary work by Col ... More >>
With summer still hanging in there, this is a good weekend to get out and enjoy the warm weather without breaking the bank. We've rounded up ten activities in the Mile High City -- everything from a beach-themed roller-derby party to watching marathon runners dive into pools pull of sudsy fun -- tha ... More >>
Even as the third annual US Pro Challenge takes off from Aspen today, a bicycle-art show is taking off a Denver International Airport. Using bicycles, artists have created representation of all the cities involved in the US Pro Challenge: Aspen/Snowmass, Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Beaver Creek ... More >>
#62: Joe Riche When Joe Riche hit Denver as a University of Denver MFA candidate in the late '90s, he was an inventive kid with big ideas, interested in building kinetic and robotic machine-dream sculptures and unwilling to to let the size of those creative visualizations slow him down. He went on ... More >>
Down to your last few dollars before rent is due next week? Don't worry about it. You can still have fun without forking over a lot of cash. From a Dragon Boat Festival to movies in the park, this town will be full of things to do for under $10. And as always, if you're a responsible planner and can ... More >>
I met Jenny Morgan within twelve hours of stepping onto the filthy and gorgeous streets of Manhattan for the first time in 2007. I was assisting Sarah Cass on a photo shoot of one of Jenny's portrait subjects, and I have been following her work religiously since that moment. This Friday, June 1, t ... More >>
Win WearAt Plus Gallery last night, art lovers sat silently together in the dark, waiting for the next 16mm projected film to surprise and astonish. It was the ideal venue for the third Win Wear showcase, Into the Avant-Garde: Landscapes, with an intimate atmosphere and a large white wall to ... More >>
Capsule reviews of current exhibits
Capsule reviews of current exhibits
There are several fantastic shows open despite galleries being in artís off season.
Plus Galleryís latest exhibit heats up the season.
Kick your cabin fever with this quartet of photo shows.
Impressive solos at Havu and + start the season with a bang.
Local galleries are filled with representational imagery.
Solos by Zimmer, Murphy and Miller fill Artyard and + with experimental work.
Variety is the spice of contemporary group shows at + Gallery and Rule.
Bruce Price: Fill
Video installations come to weilworks
Post-minimalism is all the rage at + Zeile/Judish.
Beauty at Cordell Taylor, ties at RMCAD, trouble at Mizel and an insult hurled at the DAM.
Classy hot wheels and cool choppers
TangoMujer puts women in the spotlight
A promising new gallery opens on Santa Fe.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.