#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 >>
If you're going into the weekend with a nearly empty wallet, don't fret. From ten cent art openings to comedy debates to a cult film about a sugar addict, there are plenty of events you can enjoy on a shoestring -- or at least for under ten bucks. For a complete listing of events in town, visit the ... More >>
Seems like only yesterday that Working with Artists and the then-virtual Colorado Photographic Arts Center announced their impending merger, and indeed it was really only a few months ago. But no sooner did it begin to gather steam in its new guise as the New Colorado Photographic Arts Center when t ... More >>
The city's Month of Photography has gone from a blip to a major event over the last few years; credit photographer Mark Sink for choreographing this year's liftoff into the stratosphere. MOP has emerged as a force to be reckoned with, but how do you navigate through all the shows on view this ... More >>
Kick your cabin fever with this quartet of photo shows.
The MCA follows up its summer extravaganza with the perfect chaser.
Brief reviews of current shows.
Variety is the spice of contemporary group shows at + Gallery and Rule.
The 2005 biennial at the MCA is an absolute must.
A neo-feminist view of bad boys is the MCA's latest high-concept effort.
Art and language mix it up at the Mizel Center and + Gallery.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.