K Contemporary’s inaugural show, “GAS LIGHT LOVE BOMB,” by Scott Young, is a precisely controlled look at volatile love in the digital age.
Of the twenty five artists in the show, three are women.
“Axis Mundi,” various locations Artist Regan Rosburg deserves echoing cheers for curating the sprawling “Axis Mundi.” She asked artists to make work around issues...
Note: Extra Vitamins is the multi-disciplinary creative studio of Julia Belamarich and Kyle Warfield. The Denver duo is known for producing everything from experimental...
I’m talking about GEORGIA Art Space, a one-weekend-only pop-up gallery inside of Sommer Browning’s detached garage. A few miles away sat the recreated contents of her garage in the established gallery Counterpath, formerly a garage.
The 2010s will, no doubt, go down as a golden age in Denver art, powered by a downtown construction boom not seen here in a century.
Ignorance from the public has hurt Denver’s creative culture. The young and creative have contributed to the genuine richness of this city but their...
Cannupa Hanska Luger plays down the moment when he became a famous artist. After all, the 39-year-old reasons, he has been making art for...
From freshly bulldozed lots to towering cranes, Denver is home to a growing chasm between what’s needed (affordable housing) and what’s increasingly offered (luxury...
Roni Horn is the latest guest curator for the Clyfford Still Museum's Artists Select series.
We need artists — with their rich understanding of the ways objects and ideas can impact thinking and behavior — to lead the way in the production of technology to ensure the algorithms we code reflect standards of beauty; standards of morality; and standards that protect from bias and censorship.
Exhibits of work by Adam Milner and Jenny Morgan say as much about the artists as they do the art world
This is the great challenge for the proposed memorial to the 2012 Aurora movie theater shootings, which bears the burden of defining the unusual event for eternity.
Adam Milner has a solo show at David B. Smith Gallery entitled Desirable Objects, which is open through July 22. Originally from the Denver area,...
“I can own my blackness, my queerness, and my womanhood, and you can buy it,” Balkissoon writes in her statement.
The show honors Western art and film for its beauty, but calls out its exaggerations, fabrications, sexism, racism, homophobia, nationalism and various other crimes against nature.
The opportunity comes via “So Wrong It’s So Right,” an experiment where local creatives are testing the gallery system to see how well they can do without dealers.
Simply put, the most radical thing one can do in this current economic and political state is present opportunities for artists to show their work.
it’s a sure success for Black Cube, a pay-off for some genuine ambition in service of Denver and its artists, and an incentive for future ambitious moves.
The Thing his work does – that most work he co-curates at Leisure does – that is sort of the hallmark of all contemporary art of a generation.