LA><ART and the city of West Hollywood are hosting John Knuth collaboration with Andy Featherston, titled Whitesnake. The video will run on Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood through June, 2016
John Knuth at Torrance Art Museum
John Knuth’s work is included in Doppelgänger at the Torrance Art Museum. Curated by Dr. Julia-Constance Dissel, Ichiro Irie, Sandra Mann and Max Presneill, the exhibition includes artists Martin Durazo, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Augusta Wood, Eric Yahnker, and others. The exhibition runs April 2 through May 28, 2016.
We are very pleased to welcome Whitney Carter to the David B. Smith Gallery as our new director. Whitney brings an extensive knowledge of contemporary art and a decade of experience in the gallery business.
After receiving her MA in Art History from San Francisco State University, Whitney worked at several galleries in Los Angeles, including ACE Gallery, and was the director for four years at Kinkead Contemporary. She then founded Carter & Citizen, a contemporary art gallery in Culver City, and developed the gallery over three years into a well-respected contemporary art venue.
After nearly 10 years in Los Angeles, Whitney recently relocated to Denver to be closer to family. The David B. Smith Gallery is very pleased to welcome Whitney to our Gallery. Please stop by and say hello!
David was asked by Juxtapoz magazine to contribute to their “Travel Insider” series, which offers a review of local favorites in cities across the country by a member of the community, and he was honored to offer his thoughts on the sights, sounds, and stomachfuls to be found in Denver.
Pick up a copy of the June issue of Juxtapoz for David’s take on the cultural and culinary attractions located in our fair city.
Luxe Magazine listed the gallery in a list of Colorado destinations for “En Route” in their Spring 2014 issue:
Located in the historic LoDo neighborhood of Denver, David B. Smith Gallery has framed itself above the rest. Through progressive contemporary art, the gallery has made a name for itself among collectors on an international scale. Smith takes both established and emerging artists, such as Kim Keever (shown), to exhibit a curated and dynamic palette of talent. With an extensive publishing division and intelligent exhibits, the gallery serves as a cultural compass for the Colorado art scene.
5280 Home magazine featured the gallery in a feature called “How to Buy Art” in their Spring 2014 issue, which included advice from Denver-based art dealers and consultants.
Research galleries at industry sites such as the Denver Art Dealers Asociation, suggests David Smith, owner and director of the David B. Smith Gallery (pictured). Although the prices aren’t listed online, you’ll get a feel for which galleries’ aesthetics align with yours. Then start visiting your favorites. And don’t get intimidated. Smith says: “This is Denver, and pretty much every gallery here is totally accessible.”
Exhibition catalogue for Don Stinson at the David B. Smith Gallery
October 25 – November 23, 2013
Don Stinson: The Road to Valentine
Softcover, 10 x 7 1/4 inches, 62 pages, 27 color images
Foreword: Jerry Smith, Curator of American and Western Art, Phoenix Art Museum
Essay: Karen E. Brooks, Historian, Department Assistant of the Petrie Institute of Western American Art at the Denver Art Museum
Printed and bound in the United States
Published by David B. Smith Gallery, 2013