Mike McClung, the director of Michael Warren Contemporary, curated Drips, Drops, Pours and Spins, a show featuring four abstract artists who all use the liquid and viscous quality of pigments to create non-objective compositions, the subjects of which are the pigments themselves. See also: Review: ... More >>
This weekend, you can survey the art of mourning and found objects, revel in grand strokes of pure color or see what's gone under the radar in the local videography community. For more options, check out Westword's gallery listings; read on for sketches of a few of our favorites. See also: Surveyin ... 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 >>
At 11 a.m. today, a small group of dignitaries led by Mayor Michael Hancock will gather at the McNichols Building at the edge of Denver's Civic Center (just named a national landmark) to cut the ribbon on the classical structure's new lease on life. Built in 1910 as a Carnegie Library, the open, spa ... More >>
New owners take the venerable gallery in a new direction.
OBJECT + THOUGHT
Chicano and post-Chicano art mix it up in an elegant offering at the Central Library.
Sandy Carson Gallery
Old-school Chicano art gets it on with post-Chicano new-school at the Museo.
Solos at Rule and Sandy Carson are among the top art attractions in town.
Cydney Payton sticks her neck out with a courageous MCA summer show.
Diversity is the hallmark of 2003 Colorado Biennial:10 + 10.
Two galleries blow hot and cold.
Modern methods make for some awkward moments in local galleries.