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Review: Artists Come Together in Coalesce, Goodwin's Last Show

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
Tina Goodwin is a talented curator and smart gallery owner, but then her lease ended and the rent went up....
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Review: K Contemporary and Goodwin Fine Art Get Colorful

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
See shows by Daisy Patton, Jill Hadley Hooper and Mark Villarreal
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Review: Sculptor Patrick Marold Expores New Directions at Goodwin

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
The sculptor is known for his monumental works, but Astula takes a more modest approach.
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Review: Art Season Off to a Strong Start at Goodwin, Walker

3 years ago by Michael Paglia
September marks the beginning of the new art season, with the long-running shows of summer finally closing and the first of the fall shows opening at Goodwin Fine Art and Walker Fine Art.
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Review: Psychedelic Circles and Natural Spheres at Goodwin Fine Art

4 years ago by Michael Paglia
Goodwin Fine Art is hosting an elegant solo show in its main gallery, and a tidy little exhibit in the back, with both on view right up to New Year’s Eve.
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Review: Reality Shows at William Havu, Goodwin Fine Art

3 years ago by Michael Paglia
The artists at current shows at the William Havu Gallery and Tina Goodwin Fine Art are all taking their own routes to the same goal: using old-fashioned representational imagery in some kind of contemporary way.
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Two solos blend delicate and complex works at Goodwin Fine Art

7 years ago by Michael Paglia
As she usually does, Tina Goodwin has brought together two solos at Goodwin Fine Art, with one in the larger front space and another in the smaller dog-leg corridor in the back. Also typical for Goodwin is the fact that the two shows are simultaneously distinct from one another and...
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Havu Gallery Gets Lyrical With an All-Star Show

1 year ago by Michael Paglia
Of Places & Spaces includes stunning work by Sandy Kinnee, Homare Ikeda and Patrick Marold.
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Abstraction continues to make a stand at the Robischon and Goodwin galleries

8 years ago by Michael Paglia
For half a century, the art world's chattering class — critics and curators, mostly — has been declaring abstraction dead and buried. In the '60s, there was pop art, which was thought to be edging out abstraction. In the '70s, it was neo-dada and postmodernism. The '80s saw the development...
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Art Galleries Keep Closing in Denver. Why?

1 year ago by Kyle Harris
Gildar Gallery and Goodwin Fine Art have shut their doors in recent months. What's the fate of art galleries in Denver?

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