Each episode will feature a man and a woman as they each date two different -- and naked -- suitors.
The series will explore the art of romance -- free of preconceived notions, stereotypes and, yes, clothing.
Jean Charlot, a French-born artist, had a penchant for the Mexican muralists, and their influence can be seen in stylized and largely forgettable works, such as his 1941 lithograph “Rest and Work” or his 1948 lithograph “El Volador (The Flier).” As usual, this exhibition is shoehorned into Kirkland’s permanent exhibition galleries, with parts of it blurring into other offerings — an unusual display approach that will frustrate some viewers and charm others.
Either way, it seems clear that the offering is too large.
(A copy of the now invaluable catalog accompanying that show is on display.) More than half of the pieces are on loan from 25 private and public collections, and the rest come from Kirkland’s fast- growing Colorado holdings, which number nearly 3,400 works in addition to those by the museum’s namesake.
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VH1's Levison, Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly and Fernando Mills will oversee for the network.
"We created this show based on marrying a provocative idea with a back to basics philosophy.
This exhibition offers the first comprehensive look at a group of modern-leaning artists who broke from the more traditional Denver Artists Guild in 1948.