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When 50 years worth of National Geographic came into artist Hong Seon Jang’s hands, he did what anyone would’ve done. He recycled them. However, Hong Seon doesn’t think the way most others think, and recycling to him meant repurposing the massive swath of material in his studio as opposed to dumping it at some city...
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The timeline of domestic dwelling goes like this: childhood home, dingy dormitory, first cracker box apartment, better apartments, fixer-uppers, prefabs, and then finally, triumphantly, resoundingly, the pinnacle of American residence—the dream home. For many, this rite of passage is as terrifying as it is blissful. That’s because building something from scratch requires as many decisions...
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The details are fuzzy. We can make out the good-natured glow of a tiny crosswalk man in the painting’s left corner, who assures us it’s safe to proceed, still, something doesn’t feel right. Two distinct human figures are centered in the street scene. It’s unclear what they’re doing, but the digital looking date and time...
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READY FOR SPRING? The Spring Issue of Modern In Denver is OUT NOW! Get expert lighting tips, update your vase collection for spring flowers and get to know some of the Colorado movers and shakers in our profile issue.
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An inside look at the tres birds office project for Cactus Advertising.
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The 8 foot house. Sounds small, right? Think again. The only thing that is small about this house is the amount of waste produced during the building process. William Buyers of 720 Design has big ideas about how to cut out scraps. Buyers has been a one man show for ten years – he is the architect and...
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Do you ever feel like you have no time for you? No time away from technology? No time to be creative just because? Maybe you should consider taking a creative weekend getaway just for you -- that is what the Makerie is all about. We caught up with Ali Dejohn, creator of the Makerie, to...
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There are only a few more days to experience Recalcitrant Mimesis, an installation by Liz Miller at David B. Smith Gallery. If you missed the reception and artist talk get caught up with our Q&A with Liz Miller and don't miss out on seeing her unique installation.
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Heart Art is around the corner -- want more information? We caught up with this year's director, Felix Sanchez, to ask him a few questions about Heart Art's past eighteen years and get insider information about this year's event!
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In anticipation of Design After Dark we caught up with Darrin Alfred, Denver Art Museum curator. Curious about bespoke? Take a sneak peak of what is to come on Friday, February 10th. Tickets are available now and at the door.
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In celebration of the Clyfford Still Museum opening, David B. Smith Gallery in partnership with the museum proudly presents a unique, site specific installation of works by Liz Miller. The exhibition, Recalcitrant Mimesis, uses Still’s erratic brushstrokes as a starting point. From there Miller uses a variety of materials -- paper, felt, foam, and other...
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The Winter Issue of Modern In Denver is out now! It has everything you want for your holiday downtime! You might be interested in our intensive research into modern pet products, iPhone apps that Denver Creatives are using or the State of the Art(ificial) Grass. Be sure to cozy up next to the fire to...
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Q&A conducted with Bill Amundson, one of Denver’s most significant contemporary artists. Modern In Denver asked Bill a few questions in light of his solo exhibition, Blurred Vision, opening on Friday.
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Modern In Denver - Fall Issue OUT NOW!
The Fall Issue of Modern In Denver is out now. It's our biggest (and most purple) issue yet. Check out some of the features inside and then go get yourself a copy (or two -- get one for a friend).
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Destination: Inspiration
In the Fall 2011 issue of Modern In Denver Magazine, we take a look at how escaping your rut and experiencing something new can revive your creativity and your life. We are a culture of often overworked, overstressed, indebted, uninspired workers, and we yearn for something different. We explore the causes and effects of our...
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Alan Hess Q&A
Alan Hess is an architecture critic for the San Jose Mercury News and author of many books, including Googie and Palm Springs Weekend. Modern In Denver was able to ask Alan Hess a few questions about the history of Palm Springs and its major influential architects.
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Bill Amundson
Bill Amundson has created his own unique world. From intricate drawings that expose his inner thinking, to the specific art market he has developed around his own work, to his extensive self- portrait collection, Amundson is literally a man of his own making.
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Roland Bernier
Words: Melissa Belongea / Images: Trevor Brown | Andrew Clark Studio Roland Bernier has a way with words. Not in the traditional sense of writing and composition, but by using words to convey his art. Bernier, who knew he wanted to be an artist from a very young age, has been making and studying art...
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