It is ironic to call an exhibition that is installed every year on the same date “spontaneous.” That is the case, though, with Frank McEntire’s exhibit Spontaneous Memorial now on display at The Gallery at Library Square, level four of the downtown Salt Lake City Library. Spontaneous Memorial has already […]
Kasey Boone is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has been living in Utah since 1990. He has a BA in French and Cultural Studies. He is a self-described "orphaned post-modernist."
OK, here I go. I’m gonna lay it on the line. All my future critical responses will be judged by this one utterance, this one assessment, this giving of a 10 by which the 9s and 6s and 7s of future critical reviews will be metered. I stand […]
I made it to the stroll this month. I raced home from work (in a shower), showered (in my shower), donned the appropriate black garb, and raced back downtown. And found . . . Willamarie Huelskamp and Pilar Pobil hanging at the Utah Arts Council’s Rio Gallery. These […]
Little Utah vocabulary lesson: To describe art you have three choices: art is either realistic, impressionistic, or abstract. So, if it doesn’t look like a photograph, and is not a little-landscape-with-pretty- brushstrokes, then it must be abstract. At least that’s what I gather from Bountiful Davis Art […]
Everyone likes their PC. And anyone who has purchased, inherited, or illegally copied a piece of imaging software has enjoyed experimenting with distorting, morphing, hazing or otherwise manipulating their photographs. What’s better then being able to take a photo of your older brother and make his nose […]
viva Derrida! all hail Barthes! and please pass the Foucault. A recent collaborative exhibition at the Salt Lake City Library’s Atrium Gallery (In and Out of HabitJuly 7 – August 18) provides me with the perfect opportunity to vent. To rant, really; to rant and rave, at […]