Three decades of New York art in Denver

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On my recent visit to Colorado, I had a chance to visit the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver for the first time. They currently have an interesting grouping of three exhibitions that basically cover three decades of art and/or artists in New York City. The lower level museum gallery space features the exhibition “Wall Writers: […]

1994-1995: The Art World Goes Online

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I’m finding some interesting things from my collection of old art magazine articles from the late 1980s and early 1990s. Today I’m looking at an article from the December 1995 issue of Art in America which has the title: “The Art World and I Go On Line.” The subtitle reads, “As museums, galleries and artists […]

A trove of art articles and art history found in the furnace room

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I was recently on a quest to find some paperwork related to an old car I was ready to sell, and was digging through file cabinets looking for it. One such file cabinet, pictured below, was tucked into a dark corner of my furnace room, surrounded by old CDs, books, and the cat’s litter box. […]