BILL AMUNDSON FEATURED IN "FACE TO FACE" AT THE DENVER ART MUSEUM


Plus Gallery artist Bill Amundson is one of the featured artists in the exhibition "Face to Face" set to commence in the Works on Paper Gallery at the Hamilton Wing of the Denver Art Museum on Sunday, January 31st.  Amundson's work will sit side-by-side some of the most famous artists of all time including Francesco Clemente, George Condo, Marlene Dumas, Lucien Freud, Philip Guston and Richard Phillips. To quote a Colin Livingston slogan, "Not bad for a Denver artist."  The exhibition has been curated by Julie Augur and consists of portraits from the DAM's collection as well as various private collections in Colorado.  We encourage everyone to go see one of Amundson's most prestigious exhibitions to date.


More on the Amundson front:  Denver's most prestigious contemporary artist also has a new work featured in the Ice-Cube Gallery for the "Icebreaker: Best of the Rino" district exhibition curated by Westword's long-time art critic Michael Paglia.  His commissioned work for the Denver Performing Art Center will surface next week on a massive billboard in downtown Denver's Theater District, keep an eye out for this eye-popping gem.