MCA Denver & Aspen Art Museum – Just Do It

Ernesto Neto – Gratitude – June 6 to Sept. 7, 2014 – Aspen Art Museum Matt Barton – I Think I Feel Something – July 25 to Oct. 5, 2014 – MCA Denver Located

Beyond Pop Art at the DAM -

Denver – July 10, 2014. You have to be inhuman to not GET an artist when you see a good retrospective. When you see the work of Tom Wesselmann at the Denver Art Museum

Infinity of Architecture

Large or Small? Junya Ishigami BORDEAUX- arc en rêve centre d’architecture – A docent accosted us the minute we entered the ante-room to the gallery – the pieces are very fragile, she said, and eyeballed

SIGMA Archive Awakened

Nov 14, 2013 – February 3, 2014 The Archive Comes Alive in Retrospective Exhibition BORDEAUX – Every idea has already been had, we’re just reinventing the same ones. This was a commonly said phrase

David Hockney: a Bigger Exhibit

Fall 2013-Winter 2014 SAN FRANCISCO – I don’t know if he should have gone so big, I said when I saw the first painting that was 32 average-sized canvases and covered an entire wall

Carny Show at C. Springs Fine Art

Pamela Joseph’s Sideshow of the Absurd Oct. 12, 2013 – Jan. 12, 2014 Drawings and sculptures with that ‘something’s-not-right’ quality that is what always comes to mind when I hear Woody Allen in (movie

Poems and Pictures

Heinrad Bäcker – September 27 to January 5, 2014. Photographs of details: like a loop of metal in a landscape – like remnants of the mining era in the Colorado mountains – are printed

Retrospective Reflecting

A James Turrell Retrospective, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, BCAM, Level 2 and Resnick Pavilion May 26, 2013–April 6, 2014 Turrell, the artist who is still working inside the old meteor crater outside

Levitating Mass

We who have seen the double negative of land removed on two opposing ripples in the circumference of the top of the mesa in Nevada called Mormon Mesa cannot weight for the rock to

Nick Cave at the Denver Art Museum

Contemporary visual art is usually not concerned with craftsmanship, said William Morrow, the curator of contemporary art at the Denver Art Museum, while asking Nick Cave why his work on view at the DAM