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Postcards revived

  Four friends developed Postcardly after finding a challenge in connecting today’s fast, digital-friendly world with the older, more tangible, snail-mail generation.  Like many of us, Paul Hughes, ...

Exquisite Corpse: End to End

The unconscious mind surfaces in GroundSwell Gallery’s inaugural exhibition of Exquisite Corpse: End to End. Inspired by an early 20th century Dada and Surrealist art trend, the Exquisite Corpse is a group coll...

Funky Features: *LOL* Caricature Co.

In this day and age, as technology becomes increasingly better (and, I might add, more and more expensive), what can’t keep up gets left behind. The sometimes forgotten art of caricaturing isn’t going anywhere ...

Candid Camera: Garry Winogrand Exhibition

In today’s world of contrived photos—hands on hips, matching smiles, “one, two, three” countdowns—we can forget about the value of a candid photograph. Able to capture a person in his or her natural state—n...
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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? ...