One piece of British artist Stuart Semple's "Happy City" is already causing a stir in Denver, and it hasn't even officially debuted yet.
Contemporary artists are rarely given such a display, said local art mover Ivar Zeile. "You only get the credit when you're dead."
What started as a failed college art project has become one man's artistic persona.
"People don't need to hear pop music, they need to hear what's happening in their neighborhood," said artist Nikki Pike, who has put up now five singing portals in five Denver parks.
Space on the west side of the campus could be cleared for a hotel and/or apartments and condos.
Earlier this year, artist Lawrence Argent told Denverite that his famed bear's blue color was something of an accident.
Where Safeway is located is one of the most expensive and least vacant areas when it comes to retail space.
It's exactly what it sounds like.
It's a remarkable transformation for work that once was hidden away, with more than 1,200 never-before-seen works available on the free website.
A visual feast for photo and movie lovers, this traveling show gains new meaning when paired with the Biennial of the Americas.
This is what happens when Denver hands out millions of dollars and invites artists to have a field day.
Sadly, this is not the delightful odd couple antics of Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart.
In terms of materials as well as a sculpture’s abstract, visual success, curator Alfred Pacquement says Calder has created pieces that stand up to anything.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile will visiting Safeway stores in Denver, Centennial, Aurora, Littleton, Northglenn and Thornton through Sunday.
Take a peek behind the scenes at the Denver Art Museum where far more art than is ever curated lives in their archives. In our modern digital world their collection includes far more than paint-and-canvas works. Keeping modern art, especially digital work, is much more difficult to maintain over a long period of time. That's why the museum applied and won a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency, to help them manage the growing number of pixel-based pieces.
"It was a message," Carmel told Denverite. “Anything’s possible. You can become somebody too.”
Black Cube’s list of 2017 artist fellows is out and it has some familiar names, plus a few imports who promise to make it a very interesting year.
How now! What's that yellow beacon on the horizon?