In this week's art column by Michael Paglia, the Westword art critic writes that the images in Out Figured -- which closes after Saturday, April 7! -- raise "disturbing, or at least edgy, philosophical, sexual, psychological or sociological issues."
What can you expect in the Denver County's Fair's landmark Arts Pavilion? Not even pavilion manager (and official fair poster artist) Mark Penner-Howell knows for certain at this juncture, at least as far as the big juried show is concerned, but there are at least 400 entries to ... More >>
A mere four years ago, at the height of the mid-Bush economic frenzy (post-9/11 recession, pre-mortgage meltdown), a certain Niwot-based manufacturer of plastic boat shoes could do no wrong. Crazily colored, beloved by gardeners and ER personnel and children of all ages, Crocs were conquering ... More >>
A detail from Denis Roussel's "Blood Experiment."
TRACE (figurative), a new exhibition at Metro State's Center for Visual Art, is all about the human body -- and the marks it leaves behind. The concept of the show, curated by director Jennifer Garner, involves the use blood, sweat and so on as arti ... More >>