A review of Georges Rouault’s Cique de l’Etoile Filante suite of prints, now on exhibit at the UMFA.
Ehren Clark studied art history at both the University of Utah and the University of Reading in the UK. For a decade he lived in Salt Lake City and worked as a professional writer until his untimely death in 2017.
Installations by Pam Bowman and Noah Coleman cause Ehren Clark to ruminate on time.
In Fahimeh Amiri’s “Reaching for Liberty,” Darius the Great, ruler of the Achaemenid Empire, is seated on his throne in Persepolis, the center of Persian power. He is represented in monumental scale, in the abstracted two-dimensional side view profile of much of the art of the ancient Near East, rendered […]
In Fahimeh Amiri’s “Reaching for Liberty,” Darius the Great, ruler of the Achaemenid Empire, is seated on his throne in Persepolis, the center of Persian power. He is represented in monumental scale, in the abstracted two-dimensional side view profile of much of the art of the ancient Near […]
Ehren Clark speaks with Deborah Brinckerhoff about her upcoming exhibit at Salt Lake’s Phillips Gallery.
A review of Georgia and Rob Buchert’s sound installation at BYU’s Gallery 303.
A profile of Phoenix Ostermann, who, as Reclaimed Sentiment, is exhibiting a collection of collages inspired by “mid-century” illustrations at Nox Contemporary.
A review of Dave Hall and John Collins’ exhibit of landscapes, now up at Williams Fine Art.
You stand in the center of four large screens. Angled to surround you, each screen offers a different perspective of a rocky desert landscape. From a single perspective of rock emerge, one by one, four women dressed in Old West, 19th-century costume: a spirited, blue-clad pioneer, a fierce […]
A review of Troy Hunter’s light-enfused photography at uaf gallery.
“Newton” In Deficient, his current exhibit at Nox Contemporary, Tyler Spurgeon presents a series of semi-abstract paintings that probes the question of “who or what determines an individual’s value” in relation to a “societally imposed sense of inadequacy,” and does so in a frank and compelling way that challenges […]
“Victorious 08 (Al-‘Aziz)” Andrew Kosorok is an extraordinarily gifted artist and teacher whose passion and talent with glass and design, and his zeal for authentic personal spiritual enlightenment and truth, are essentially linked and manifest in all of his artwork. Kosorok’s current display of work at West Valley’s […]