by Ehren Clark To everything there is a surface, a façade, an outward appearance. With most of life, the truth of the matter is distorted by the façade, by the physicality, limited by what the eye can see that is only an artificial layer to truth. Justin Wheatley’s […]
As she prepares for a new solo exhibit at Salt Lake’s A Gallery, it is refreshing to hear her Wynter Jones say, ‘I’m not as pissed off as I used to be.’
A look at Cassandra Barney and Brian Kershisnik’s collaborative drawings now up at Kayo Gallery.
Not since the construction of City Creek Center has there been such a racket on West Temple. Eight videos in UMOCA’s summer exhibition Cantastoria are creating quite a ruckus in the usually hushed galleries, as a cacophony of chanting, giggling and clicking converges in the subterranean galleries . […]
How does one harness the imagination to the point where it traverses the divide between a free flow of excessive creativity and provocative fine art? Gia Whitlock’s canvases currently on exhibit at Salt Lake’s 15th Street Gallery suggest an answer. Read the review in the August 2012 edition […]
Far from the display of challenging aesthetic statements that make up many modern art shows, this one is immediately accessible and, in place of consternation, is more likely to generate feelings of pleasure, fun, and even exhilaration.
The CUAC is evicted and Green River’s Epicenter hosts Richard Saxton’s multi-media project The Majestics.
Images of Christ are abundant in residences worldwide, with various styles and portraits to choose from. But how much do we really think about the inspiration for such images? Because Christian imagery has become standard, viewers seldom think of the contemporary ‘industry’ of religious art. In the documentary […]
Geoff Wichert examines two new shows at the CUAC that explore works that tap into various cultural narratives, from the super heroes of comic books to the mystic shamans of primitive cultures.
Ehren Clark wonders what it is about Heather Barron’s paintings that makes her one of the best-selling artists in town.
Philip Beesley’s installation at The Leonardo may not always work as hoped, but Alexandra Karl still finds the work enchanting. Read her article in the July 2012 edition of 15 Bytes.
You can see his works this summer at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Read what it took to get them there in the July 2012 edition of 15 Bytes.