For decades, feminists have challenged the art world to open up galleries and museums to women artists. While nominal progress has been made, many major institutions still show a disproportionate amount of work by male artists. This disparity is one of many reasons critics Eleanor Heartney and Nancy ... More >>
#45: Alicia Bailey Alicia Bailey is an exacting artist who works in -- but isn't limited to -- the book arts, which are the original focus of her Abecedarian Gallery in Denver's Art District on Santa Fe. Creator and curator, Bailey displays a rare attention to detail, difficult processes and the in ... More >>
#54: Laura Shill Laura Shill calls her work "a collision of collecting, costuming, performance, installation and photography," and as you might expect, it's always intriguing: The many-faceted artist, currently a studio resident at RedLine, is known of late for labor-intensive stuffed fiber install ... More >>
Michele Mosko Fine Art
In 1994, Westword published its eleventh Best of Denver issue, a celebration of the city that saluted everything from Best Italian Restaurant (the brand-new Carmine’s on Penn) to Best Makeover (the renovated Herb’s Hideout) to Best New Arts Venue (the Bug, on Navajo Street) to Best News for Blue ... More >>
A peak under the roof reveals some bad problems -- but a great new show.
Believe it or not, art actually looks good in the Hamilton Building.
Dianne Vanderlip is stepping down from the DAM after nearly thirty years.
The Mizel Center presents a groundbreaking history of feminist art.
Seven mid-century modernists are showcased at the Center for the Visual Arts.
Visionary female artists step from the shadows at the CVA
The Human Factor
The CVA's two-part exhibit is a divine look at the human form.