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I really enjoyed the unique art exhibits at the Denver Art Museum. Each floor had a specific focus, animals on the fourth floor for example, and has art from different eras, cultures and mediums. I felt like I saw a lot of art, but wasn't...More
The old large portion of the museum is undergoing renovation, meaning to me that the major portion of the collection is in storage. The newer building is nice and space craft design is in current vogue, but the angular design leave it short of exhibition...More
We spent several hours in the museum viewing a very diverse and surprising collection. The collection was well supported by the museum structure and layout. I will look forward to visiting in the future when the new building is completed!!
After a disappointing experience in Paris a couple of weeks ago, I was pleased with the way the DMA special exhibit was presented and especially that the numbers viewing it didn’t become claustrophobic. It was a good exhibit, giving much for the general public to...More
Although the current exhibit of Rembrandt prints is unique & worthwhile, perhaps, if you can, it's best to come back another time when the architecturally spectacular museum has finished with extensive alterations, which have resulted in exhibit spaces, including the remarkable collection of art of...More
The Denver Art Museum, commonly referred to as DAM, is located at 100 West 14th Avenue Parkway in the Civic Center of Denver, Colorado. One of the largest art museums between Chicago and the West Coast, it is known for its collection of American Indian...More
I have had the great pleasure of viewing some beautiful pieces here, including the Cartier exhibit a few years ago. They are currently undergoing a construction project, so their cafe, Palettes, is shut at the moment, but go for the Warhol's and Liechenstein pieces, and...More
Came here with my friends and their little boy, who enjoys coming to this museum any chance he gets :)
It was quite a treat to be able to visit, and I can't wait to visit Denver and come back and visit.