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Here’s Hoping

Max Kauffman’s name invokes brilliant social commentators. His demeanor is dryly biting comedy, and his artwork, especially his paintings, serve as other-dimensional windows, as if they are personalized Rorsc...
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Thinking About Flying

    Since when were homing pigeons art? Inside the well-polished and shapely bonce of Adam Lerner, (our favorite impressario director of Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art), the definitions and ...
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Hello, Clyfford Still

The world of fine art is quite intimidating, but even for neophytes, the names Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollack should ring a bell. Although Clyfford Still (1904-1980) is the least known of the well known, he ...
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Art Break: Cassandra Lillard

303 isn't exactly a family-friendly publication. So it's not really worth mentioning that Denver visual artist Cassandra Lillard and her old man did a kids book together called What Do You See Under the Sea? ...
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Plus Gallery 10th Anniversary

On Friday, Plus Gallery will be celebrating its tenth year in business. Plus first opened its doors in 2001, under the name "Cordell Taylor Gallery," an extension of the gallery that owner Ivar Zeile first beca...
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Fork It: Art with Flavor

      Define art. I dare you. Of course, the usual suspects come to mind -- Jackson Pollock, Claude Monet, Rembrandt, Picasso, Van Gogh. But artistic ability is not limited to the stroke of...
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Small Man Art

You have your Banskys and the rag tag roves of kids who sneak onto barren stretches of railroad to put up pieces on stalled rail cars.  Here in Denver we have a bit of both the iconic and the subversive in stre...
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Music Monday: Feminism Rocks

This April, Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art has honored the ladies in, Feminism & Co.- a program designed to investigate the relationship art, music and politics play in gender roles and contemporary cu...
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Art Break: David Coccagna

David Coccagna is a local visual artist, skateboarder and noise musician. I recently caught up with David to talk about his work and his upcoming show "Rap Music" at Theory and Practice Gallery (738 Santa Fe Boulevard) which opens on March 18.