Michael Paglia visits Denver Art Museum in this week's review, taking in the three-part exhibit, Passport to Paris. The shows feature work by big names ranging from Toulouse-Lautrec to Monet. Continue reading for photos from all three exhibits.
Don't expect a grand pastiche of Impressionists when you walk through the three exhibits that comprise Passport to Paris -- while the Denver Art Museum's fall blockbuster does have its share of Impressionist works, that's only part of the exhibition suite's story, which deftly provides the narrative ... More >>
Colorado breweries released dozens of amazing beers this year, further expanding their range and making once-exotic beers easy to find and enjoy. A few stood out above the rest, though. To make this list, the beers needed to have been new year-round offerings, seasonals that will return, old beers t ... More >>
One of the biggest challenges I face in life is making my girlfriend happy. We've been together almost four years, and I still haven't a clue as to how to bring a smile to her face. It's a beautiful smile though, rare as it is, lighting up both the room and my heart, and worth the effort -- e ... More >>
Woody drops by Westword.Oregon's Deschutes Brewing is blitzing Denver this week as part of an eleven-city tour that promotes such staples as Mirror Pond Pale Ale, Inversion IPA and Black Butte Porter, as well as seasonal specialties like Jubelale, Hop Trip and the Abyss. The Deschutes reps st ... More >>
Every time I think that there can't possibly be enough room in the market for another brewery in Denver, I step into a packed tap room and I change my mind. In fact, it's so difficult to get a seat sometimes at places like Great Divide and Dry Dock, that both places could probably double in s ... More >>
Aaron ThackerayGreat Divide's parties always rock.Tickets for the Great American Beer Festival's thirtieth edition go on sale to the general public tomorrow, and even at $60 a pop, the biggest beer fest in the world is still worth the price of admission. Although most things will be the same ... More >>
Impressionists get back to nature at the Denver Art Museum.
A DAM exhibition finds a fresh way of looking at Impressionism.
There are echoes of the Old Masters in this great Impressionism show.
Vik Muniz's tasty works go on display.
Denver Art Museum
Contemporary representational art is on tap at both Robischon and Havu.
El Greco to Picasso From the Phillips Collection, Denver Art Museum
The DAM's Phillips Collection blockbuster just opened, and already it's a great big hit.
Traveling blockbuster brings masterpieces to Denver.
The 2003-2004 art season has only just begun.
The new DAM show highlights Pierre Bonnard's idiosyncratic vision.
Her Mystery Not of High Heels and Eye Shadow (Vapor)
Edgar Britton's legacy is rediscovered.
The Metro Center for the Visual Arts snags an impressive road show.
The Denver Art Museum's nod toward Europe is a true blockbuster.