Vincent Comparetto collection
Scope and Contents
This collection includes 30 high resolution digital prints that document and celebrate DIY spaces and the music subculture of Denver, Colorado. This specific community consisted primarily of women and non-binary artists performing on the periphery of the city in warehouses and live/work artist cooperatives.
Comparetto generated comments for each image, and these are included in the scope and contents for each image and identified as "captions."
- 1996 - 2018
- Copyright: 2021
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Biographical / Historical
Vincent Comparetto graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1996. He is a motion graphics designer, photographer, editor, and director who has worked for several companies. Comparetto was also a professor at Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado from 2010 to 2017.
His photography work started shortly after he moved to Colorado. Comparetto photographed and documented the punk scene in Denver, concentrating heavily on the DYI venues, until 2019 and continues this work now in New York City.
30 digital images
Language of Materials
This collection by artist Vincent Comparetto includes 30 high resolution digital prints that document and celebrate DIY spaces and the music subculture of Denver, Colorado. Comparetto is an artist from Denver, Colorado living in New York City, and works as a motion graphic designer, editor, painter, director, and a photographer.
Photographs have been listed in chronological order, then alphabetically by venue, followed by subject.
punk rock music
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