About the Gallery
Michele Mosko Fine Art, located at 136 West 12th Avenue, opposite the new wing of the Denver Art Museum, continues Ms. Mosko’s career as an art dealer for over fifteen years.
Though a Denver native, Ms. Mosko’s first business was born in New York in the heart of SoHo. There, she curated shows around her inventory of contemporary master prints as well as placing artworks in private, corporate, and museum collections. Throughout her career, Mosko has been a valuable resource to her individual clients, working with them to acquire or de-access works of art specific to their personal collection and taste. Five years spent as a curator for the impressive collection of photography from the archives of LIFE Magazine has added to her knowledge and expertise.
Contemporary master prints, photography and sculpture are the core inventory at Michele Mosko Fine Art. Much of the gallery’s offerings mirror the impressive collection of contemporary art acquired by the Denver Art Museum with master works by artists such as Christo, Jim Dine, Betty Woodman, Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Howard Hodgkin and Sol LeWitt, all available for sale.
Additional artworks by mid-career artists such as Geer Morton, Michael Rubin, Jackie Battenfield, Oded Halahmy, Edward Lentsch, Arturo Guerrero and Earl Schofield (previously represented by Mosko in her New York gallery) will be included in her offerings. Photography by Bob Kolbrener, Amalie R. Rothschild, and Carl Corey will be exhibited as well.
Brenda LaBier serves as Gallery Director. Ms. LaBier’s many years of experience in the visual arts include acting as Curator of the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, and as Curatorial Administrator for the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation in Los Angeles where she organized exhibitions and conservation projects. Her expertise in exhibition design and installation along with her knowledge of modern and contemporary art is a valuable contribution to the gallery and for all of our clients.