Three years ago, Art Access hosted the what I thought I saw exhibit, which featured ten pairs of photographic and written portraits of individuals with intriguing, though not readily apparent, stories. It was the beginning of a book project designed to challenge “the way we look at things […]
The subject of this month’s Artist Profile begins a residency at The Leonardo today.
Randall Hankins’ HyperObjects opens tonight at Cordell Taylor Gallery.
In Reflections on Venus, photographer Zuzanna Audette explores costume and space as they create personal identity.
By Ann Poore “Great things take a long time,” muses Jann Haworth, director of artist residencies at Salt Lake City’s new art and science museum, “and Leonardo was no stranger to taking a long time over things.” She has been involved for six years now and acknowledges that […]
Camilla Taylor, a native of Provo and graduate of the University of Utah, is back in town this week with a solo exhibit and printmaking workshop at Saltgrass Printmakers, as well as an appearance (of her work) at Art Meets Fashion. Taylor is a printmaker by trade and […]
Edward Burtynsky’s The Industrial Sublime, now up at Weber State University’s Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery through November 22nd, was reviewed in the September 2011 edition of 15 Bytes. Earlier this month Burtynsky came to Weber State University, and before giving his artistic talk Hikmet Sidney Loe sat […]
There’s a lot happening tonight in Salt Lake’s art world. You’ve already read about some of it in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes, and you can see a full list of exhibitions on page 10. There are a couple of exhibits you have to see tonight if […]
A retrospective on Utah artist V. Douglas Snow, who died in 2009, is currently on exhibit in two Salt Lake locations: the Salt Lake Art Center’s Street Gallery, and the UMFA’s Great Hall. In our September edition of 15 Bytes we’ll be reviewing the retrospective. While we’re getting […]
With the North Temple viaduct torn up for resurfacing and closed to traffic, it’s tempting for those coming from downtown to skip the challenge of navigating over to the West Side. It’s a temptation worth resisting, for several reasons. For one, a quick detour past the Gateway complex […]
The Utah Arts Festival begins today and runs through Sunday. There’s so much going on at the festival there’s no way we could introduce it by selecting one or two items. Find out more at www.uaf.org We can, however, follow up on our previous article (in the May […]
On Saturday the Utah Arts Festival’s Random Acts of Art knitters will be installing the stitchery they have been preparing over the past months. The Utah Arts Festival and Art Access/VSA Utah have joined forces to cover Salt Lake City in handmade sweaters. The duo will gather June […]
Geoff Wichert takes a look at the incarnation of Jimmie’s at the Westgate Lofts.
The argument could be made that Salt Lake multi-media artist Lenka Konopasek stands astride two contrasting, major approaches to art, with one foot firmly in each, all the while subscribing to neither. Born and raised amid the European postwar experiment with figurative abstraction—Bohemia is one of the places […]
In our February edition of 15 Bytes we featured Alex Haworth’s “Smog Lake City,” an evocative visual exploration of Salt Lake’s Main Street under a blanket of inversion. The Salt Lake Tribune picked up on the story and in the paper’s “The Mix” section Ben Fulton wrote “Smog […]
Our monthly Mixed Media feature in 15 Bytes (page 10) provides you links to various articles outside of Artists of Utah’s publications that deal with Utah’s visual arts scene. Every once in a while we’ll drop a notice about articles here in our blog. So, here are a […]
Since 15 Bytes comes out monthly, we tend to find ourselves talking about large scale and durable works of art, like architecture, sculpture, and painting. More ephemeral genres, like video and performance, can be hard or even impossible for readers to see and so are less satisfying to […]