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.
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.”
How excited are you when you find a new, great app? The iPhone is essentially an extension of individual personalities. And with over half a million iPhone apps available to date, we wanted to see what apps Colorado creatives were using and what we should be downloading next.
Foothills Art Center, in conjunction with David B. Smith Gallery, presents HABITAT, an exhibition exploring the relationship between our natural and manmade worlds. Technology, development and consumerism have created a compelling and advanced human occupation of our once rudimentary habitat. This exhibition thoughtfully examines the civility and sophistication that is our modern world, and its undeniable effect upon our planet’s natural state.
Exhibiting artists from across the United States include: Ricky Allman, Kansas City, MO; Chris Ballantyne, Brooklyn, NY; Molly Dilworth, Brooklyn, NY; Christina Empedocles, San Francisco, CA; Gregory Euclide, Minneapolis, MN; Evan Hecox, Denver, CO; Tat Ito, Astoria, NY; Paul Jacobsen, Brooklyn, NY; Josh Keyes, Portland, OR; Jean-Pierre Roy, New York, NY
We are proud to announce our participation with Who Killed The Music?, an art exhibition co-curated by performer will.i.am, Kris Lewis and David B. Smith. Who Killed the Music? is an art collection that will help kick-off Grammy Week at The Target Terrace on January 24th-27th . The gallery will host 15 works from innovative contemporary artists, which will present a new and powerful perspective on the state of music today.
A portion of the proceeds (50%) for all works sold will be donated to the Grammy Foundation and i.am.scholarship Foundation.
The opening will take place on Sunday, January 24th with special DJ and host will.i.am. Please send us an email to receive additional information if you are interested in attending this event.
Times and Dates:
Saturday, January 24th through January 27th at the LA Live Target Terrace:
800 W. Olympic
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Thursday, January 28th through January 31st at the Hollywood Palladium: