Robischon Gallery, the city's flagship contemporary-art venue, opened in 1976 and moved to its current LoDo location close to thirty years ago. The charming red-brick building holds a series of swanky, high-ceilinged exhibition spaces that spread out over more than 9,000 square feet. That's about the size of a small museum, which Robischon could well be, given the quality of its exhibits. Works by dozens of the best Colorado artists, as well as many of the big names in national and international contemporary art, are regularly shown at Robischon. Over the decades, co-owners Jim Robischon and Jennifer Doran have made an outsized contribution to Denver's art scene; long may they continue to do so.
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