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100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Jina Brenneman

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
Curatorial genius comes naturally to Jina Brenneman, who has a knack for making exhibits that attract new and unexpected audiences, but that also serve the traditional ones.
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West of Center is more a cultural documentary than an art show

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
The art of the West's introduction to the world came in the 1970s, when paintings and photos from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries suddenly became highly sought after in the marketplace. By now, this kind of emblematic Western work — stunning landscapes, charming scenes of cowboys and Indians...
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Three by Four

17 years ago by Michael Paglia
The Sandy Carson Gallery has kept its position as the flagship venue of the Santa Fe Art District by using a simple formula: Present only high-quality art shows. And that's precisely the case with the two wonderful offerings currently on tap. In the front half of the gallery is the...
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Western Civilization

18 years ago by Michael Paglia
The history of art in Colorado has yet to be written, so those of us with an interest in the topic have to get our information in dribs and drabs, chiefly through exhibitions. Of course, that's only one of the reasons to see Colorado Collections II. Others include the incredible...
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Amadeus. The Denver Center Theatre Company's glittering, sumptuous version of Peter Shaffer's Amadeus focuses more on a clean, elegant delivery of the text than on the passion at the play's core. The central figure, Antonio Salieri, was the best-known composer of eighteenth-century Vienna, an upright man dedicated to serving his...
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Cabaret. This musical follows a very young English chanteuse by the name of Sally Bowles, who sings in a seedy Berlin nightclub called the Kit Kat Klub in the early 1930s and meets up with an aspiring American novelist -- the usual innocent abroad -- named Clifford Bradshaw. She's a...
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The Dresser. The year is 1942, and England is at war. A revered but aging actor, identified only as Sir, is traveling the country, bringing Shakespeare to the provinces. To complicate things further, the actor is moving swiftly into dementia. The action begins an hour or two before the curtain...
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Happy Lou

25 years ago by Michael Roberts
Luna was an appropriate opening act for a Lou Reed concert--perhaps too much so. As lead guitarist/vocalist Dean Wareham pulled angular, occasionally atonal lines from his six-string March 21 at the Paramount Theatre, even quasi-knowledgeable listeners couldn't prevent visions of the Velvet Underground from dancing through their heads. One tune...

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