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Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts


Liu Xiaodong’s “Hotbed,” 2005 The Salt Lake Art Center invites you to sit and contemplate their current exhibition of contemporary Chinese art. In Displacement: The Three Gorges Dam and Contemporary Chinese Art four artists respond to the Three Gorges Dam project, a massive engineering feat that, while harnessing the Yangzi […]


Who Does She Think She Is?

by Cristin Zimmer Virginia Woolf, Edith Wharton, Georgia O’Keeffe, Lillian Hellman, Emily Dickenson. Not one of these creative forces in the arts had a child. Sure their influential work continues to inspire, and as a 30-year-old graduate student in fine art, I can only hope for as much […]

Randall Lake stands in front of his SLC studio, photo by Shawn Rossiter
Artist Profiles | Visual Arts

Randall Lake

How does an Orange County boy, a homosexual with a growing reputation as a painter in Paris, become one of Utah’s most known and venerated painters? By obeying the rules. These days, that is exactly what Randall Lake is not doing. Lake grew up in affluent circumstances. In the ’60s […]