by Emily Lyver-Harris Housed in a small room in the Modern and Contemporary gallery of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, salt 6: Emre Hüner plays an unlikely interlocutor to the immense retrospective, Nancy Holt: Sightlines, installed just one floor beneath it. If one of the central threads of Sightlines is to examine […]
Scott Blaser, a Utah native now living in London, will bring his paintings and prints back to his home state for an exhibition at Patrick Moore Gallery, November 10 -30.
Dale Thompson explores the Tutored by the Land exhibit at Artspace, and the workshop that inspired it.
Over UEA weekend I took a trip with the family to the desert, and we stayed for a couple of nights at the Ramada Copper Queen Casino in Ely, Nevada. It’s an odd sort of hotel, with an open floor plan similar to many residential homes: all the […]
Midvale artist Sue Martin is a busy lady this month. As noted in a post last week, one of her paintings is a prize winner at the Utah Watercolor Society exhibit at Patrick Moore Gallery. Another work was accepted into the University of Utah juried exhibit that just […]
[qt:http://artistsofutah.org/15bytes/12oct/images/2012winners.mov 450 253] The October 2012 edition of 15 Bytes featured a video interview with Stefano Catalani and Mary Anne Redding, jurors of Utah Arts & Museum’s statewide annual exhibition Utah 2012: Craft & Photography. Because the winners of the exhibition had yet to be announced, we withheld […]
On October 19, photographs from a workshop held in Centennial Valley, MT will be unveiled at Artspace Commons. The exhibit, Tutored by the Land, is titled after a quote from Barry Lopez, a well-known author with a love for the environment who calls fieldwork “being tutored by the […]
In so many ways our modern societies are enlightened, more civilized in matters of personal liberty than was true in the past. Most of us probably take for granted that the ongoing debate over same-sex marriage marks a watershed in evolving public attitudes. Yet while there has been […]
Whether you are an artist or art lover you have probably asked yourself the question: How did this get in? We sought to answer the question by interviewing two recent jurors of a Utah exhibition.
Hikmet Sidney Loe considers seminal artist Nancy Holt in anticipation of a major new exhibit of her works at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.
Geoff Wichert considers the work of Anna Campbell Bliss on the eve of an exhibit at Salt Lake’s The Leonardo
Ehren Clark takes a considered look at the work of J. Kirk Richards, which is on exhibit this month at the St. George Museum of Art.