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Reader: There are lots of hidden art gems in RiNo

Denver has lots of wonderful galleries that deserve to be seen -- and then, as Tiffany Fitzgerald revealed in her list of "Five hidden Denver art galleries," there are great spaces hiding in plain sight -- in the back of bigger galleries. The Back Room at Zip 37, for example.

Fitzgerald's list was limited to galleries within galleries -- a point that, like these hideaway galleries themselves, Bubba overlooked.

He writes:

These are good, but also pretty well known art galleries that have been around for a long time. Nothing hidden about them. Come to RINO if you're looking for hidden gems.

What are your favorite hidden gems? List them in the comments section below.


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