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See these stunning images from Appropriated: The Chronicled West before it closes

8 years ago by Nick Lucchesi
This week's review of Appropriated: The Chronicled West at the Robischon Gallery by Michael Paglia examines the show which opened back on March 29 and runs through Saturday. Below are a few images from the show...
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Best Western Two-Step

Walt Kuhn and Edie Winograde

To explore the subject of the American West, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center curator Blake Milteer put together a pair of conjoined solos that turned out brilliantly. In the back was Walt Kuhn: An Imaginary History of the West, and in the front, Place and Time: Reenactment Pageant Photographs by...

Photos: The MCA's Continental Drift brings Colorado art into focus

7 years ago by Westword Staff
In this week's issue, art critic Michael Paglia reviews the MCA's current exhibit, Continental Drift, a group show featuring seven Colorado artists. Installed in several areas across the museum, the exhibit brings "the character of a set of shows as opposed to a singular endeavor, something that's reinforced by the...

Review: Five Solos at Robischon Are Made in Americana

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
Five very different artists all linked by Americana add up to one big show at Robischon Gallery.
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Best Group Show by a Bunch of Grownups

Stephen Batura, Edie Winograde, Jerry Kunkel and Gary Emrich

In anticipation of Continental Drift at MCA Denver, Jennifer Doran curated a quartet of solos by well-known Colorado artists that focused on new art about the West. Stephen Batura was made up of the artist's casein-and-acrylic paintings based on historic photos, like his famous train-wreck paintings. Edie Winograde mashed the...
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Best Small Show About Colorado Art

Continental Drift

When MCA Denver curator Nora Burnett Abrams and Aspen Art Museum curator Jacob Proctor announced that only seven artists — out of 300 considered — would appear in Continental Drift, there was a collective groan heard across the state's art scene. That reaction would have been understandable had the show...

Review: New Territory: Landscape Photography Today Lives Up to (Half) Its Name

1 year ago by Michael Paglia
New Territory: Landscape Photography Today lives up to at least half of its name.
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Best Gallery Show ? Group

Collective Nouns

Faculty shows don't often rise to greatness, but few college faculties have the artistic talent and range of Metropolitan State College of Denver. In fact, Metro is Colorado's biggest art school. So when the college's mini-museum, the Center for Visual Art, decided to do a show dedicated to its instructors...

Ten Arty Things to Do and See This Weekend in Denver

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
Exhibits opening this week run the gamut in subject matter, from works by tattoo artists to an installation of mind-blowing light sculptures by nonegenarian Dorothy Tanner.

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