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Our top DVD picks for the week of May 8

Because I Said So! (Universal) Breaking and Entering (Weinstein) The Bridge on the River Kwai: Collector's Edition (Sony) Cagney & Lacey: The True Beginning (MGM) The Caine Mutiny: Collector's Edition (Sony) Catch & Release (Sony) Deliver Us From Evil (Lionsgate) Dirty Dancing: Twentieth Anniversary (Lionsgate) Donnie Brasco: Extended Cut (Sony)...
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F Is For Fake

7 years ago by Susan Froyd
As a photographer, Mark Sink still sees value in old-school techniques: palpable photography committed to a surface in the old-fashioned way, an alchemy of light and magic. His worldview is similar: In a fast-changing world where kids now in art school might never have even put film in a camera,...
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Decent Exposure

10 years ago by Jason Heller
"Several criteria guided my selection of photographs for Exposure," says Eric Paddock, curator of the Denver Art Museum's Exposure: Photos From the Vault exhibit, which features prints from the likes of Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Chuck Close and Garry Winogrand. "Mainly I kept my eyes peeled for photographs of exceptional...
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Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Rupert Jenkins

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
#32: Rupert Jenkins Colorado Photographic Arts Center director Rupert Jenkins arrived in Denver from San Francisco in 2005 with an extensive resume in arts administration and curatorship, bringing an international flair to the respected Denver photography gallery and classroom. But Jenkins didn't simply settle in at CPAC: He envisions a...
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Fur

13 years ago by J. Hoberman
Do artists actually see more than ordinary people? That's what my high-school art teacher thought. So, apparently, does Nicole Kidman -- or at least that's the way she plays Diane Arbus (1923-71) in the celebrated photographer's exceedingly curious "imaginary portrait," Fur. Kidman acted around a prosthetic proboscis to win an...
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Review: Don't Miss Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty at MCA Denver

4 years ago by Michael Paglia
This fall’s blockbuster at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty, is an orgy of visual experiences, a spectacle comprising scores of works, many of them monumental and all of which could be described as either pretty or dirty or both — just as the show’s title warns...
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DAM Hires Paddock to Head New Photo Department

12 years ago by Sean Cronin
The idea of having a separate curator to oversee photography at the Denver Art Museum has been kicked around for many years. Over the last decade, there have been times when a sympathetic curator like Jane Fudge, or a curatorial assistant like Blake Milteer, mounted photo shows, but there has...
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Now Showing

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
Exposure. Eric Paddock is the Denver Art Museum's first full-fledged photo curator to head up his own new department. To unveil the permanent gallery for photography in the Ponti tower, he's put together Exposure: Photos From the Vault, highlighting a range of gems from the DAM's collection. Collected in fits...
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Now Showing

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
Altered. This duet pairs abstract sculptor Mark Castator with realist painter Marie Vlasic, and though their works are unrelated, the show looks good anyway. Castator, a master with welded metal, is best known for his marvelous spheres and columns made from small pieces of sawed steel tubes. For these latest...

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