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New Art News MiTierra – Denver Art Museum - Denver – March – October 22, 2017 – I walk straight through this exhibition like I was walking across the long bridge into that border town, a little afraid for my kids watching them like a mother hawk, knowing that they would be so easily attracted to all the colorful things in stalls and open-doored shops, and having been warned that border towns are edgy because they happen to lie on an edge of something we constructed and want to contain. On t...

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New Art News KAWS - What do we learn from repetition? KAWS WHERE THE END STARTS Oct 20, 2016 – Jan 22, 2017 Fort Worth – Three prints of the same image – or maybe they’re paintings – six different colors, three different combinations. What do we we notice? We see the differences. These three are the start of a large exhibit of 2- and 3- dimensional work by KAWS at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.  While the moniker sounds like a group of some kind, instead KAWS is a living American arti...

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New Art News Moving Space - Denver – On Nov. 5, the building that was Vance Kirkland’s studio was lifted from its foundation and began its move – whole – to a new foundation on the campus of the new Kirkland museum.  Our video – Moving Space – gives a quick view of the 1911 building making the 10-block trip. In the fall of 2017, the Kirkland Museum will reopen with this building incorporated into expansive new construction at 12th Avenue and Bannock Street. The Kirkland has always been a mi...

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New Art News Bodacioussss with Frank Stella - Denver- Museum of Contemporary Art – Oct. to Jan 2017 Instead of using his easel to prop up a window on the world, Kandinsky used it to support a windshield moving through the universe. –from Working Space by Frank Stella. I went to the MCA with that book in my bag, intending to return it to the library before it was overdue, to take a second look at a show of 20 artists who are using tech-assisted easels. Working Space was written in 1968 and d...

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New Art News In Neon in the Night - Wish You Were Here – Scott Young at Rule Gallery September 23 – November 5, 2016 Denver – Rule Gallery has a new location at 530 Santa Fe Drive, in Denver, on the south end of the Santa Fe arts district.  Excellent smells of asada from the street vendor on the corner hung with us as we stood outside the gallery looking at a neon sign. “Wish You Were Here” it said. And we were for the opening of Scott Young’s show. I didn’t know Mr. Young before this night...

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New Art News Orozco 2016 - Aspen Art Museum – July 29th – Dec. 18, 2016 Why paintings? Why make paintings that look like those made before? Why expend energy or apply and remove oil or tempera paint, gesso and wood just to add one more painting to a world with a crisis of over-consumption of carbon. And why live in Tokyo and fly back home to Mexico City and to Aspen, Colorado? Gabriel Orozco, Mexican-born/Tokyo dwelling, made new paintings that now meticulously hang at the Aspen Art museum,...

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A quick experience of being at the Gabriel Orozco - video trying to be more than a still photo.

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Conversation at #MCADenver regarding #Adam Pendleton show - an artist who dropped the W in B&W -
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