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Review: Performance on Paper Dances Into the Denver Art Museum

2 months ago by Michael Paglia
This summer, the Denver Art Museum is presenting several exhibits devoted to dance; DAM curators are mounting shows within their specialties that somehow touch on that topic. Though it might seem like a stretch for Darrin Alfred, the curator of architecture, design and graphics, to come up with something relevant...

Reviewed: Women of Abstract Expressionism, Translating Milk Into Milk (Both Closing), More

2 days ago by Michael Paglia
This is a good weekend to get out and see art, with some of this year's big shows nearing the end of their run. Keep reading for capsule reviews of current exhibits in metro Denver.  Closing this weekend: Transforming Milk Into Milk. The handsome Transforming Milk Into Milk, in the...

Galleries: Rule Reopens, a Supernova Preview, Iron Works and More

2 days ago by Susan Froyd
New beginnings — a new space, a new arts festival, sculptures forged in fire — pop up on the Denver arts scene this weekend. Here are some spots where you should pop in, too. Scott Young: Wish You Were Here Rule Gallery 530 Santa Fe Drive September 23 through November...

100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Megan Gafford

4 days ago by Susan Froyd
#61: Megan Gafford Incoming RedLine resident Megan Gafford conducts experiments with artful outcomes, mining science for haunting imagery and space to closely consider things we fear or don’t understand. A recent MFA graduate at the University of Colorado Boulder, Gafford asks big questions and does the groundwork to find the...

100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Stephanie Kantor

5 days ago by Susan Froyd
#62: Stephanie Kantor Ceramics are the foundation of incoming RedLine resident artist Stephanie Kantor’s magical carpet ride through a history of the decorative arts, which she references in culture-crossing installations. A Pennsylvania native who landed at the University of Colorado Boulder as an MFA candidate, Kantor is a Black Cube...

Reviewed: Expanding the Dialogue, Stephen Batura, Ana Maria Hernando and More

9 days ago by Michael Paglia
This is your last chance to see Drawing Never Dies at RedLine, which closes at 7 p.m. today, August 5. Keep reading for my capsule review of that show, as well as other exhibits you can still catch along the Front Range. — including Performance on Paper, which I review...

Review: Artist Ana Maria Hernando in Full Bloom With We Have Flowers

18 days ago by Michael Paglia
This has been the summer of women’s art in Colorado, with the Denver Art Museum’s heralded Women of Abstract Expressionism already looking like the show of the year and inspiring a number of other exhibits around the area featuring women artists. These events are part of a national re-evaluation of...

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"Developer" Can Be a Dirty Word in Denver — Meet Five Exceptions to the Rule

1 month ago by Margaret Jackson
The tidal wave of development that’s washed over Denver following the Great Recession has produced plenty of buildings — and a lot of resentment. Neighbors are looking around and wondering what happened to their parking and sunlight. Out-of-towners look at Denver and wonder why a city with the backdrop of...

Joellyn Duesberry, Renowned Landscape Painter, Passes Away

1 month ago by Michael Paglia
Landscape painter Joellyn Duesberry quickly became a fixture of the Colorado art scene after she first came west from New York in 1986. Now the artist, who lived in Greenwood Village, has died after a long struggle with cancer. Born in 1944 in Richmond, Virginia, Duesberry became interested in art...


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