Geoff Wichert muses on decoration, craft, art and life with a review of Ric Blackerby and Mary Boerens Sinner at Art Access.
Alexandra Karl says the U of U Faculty show at the UMFA opened with a bang.
After owning Saans Gallery for nearly a year and a half Jaron Horrocks is finally making the business his own. The name will be changing – to Arete Creative – and so will the format of the business. It’s still all about photography, but now . . . […]
Geoff Wichert daydreams about Fatima Ronquillo, whose works are on exhibit at Meyer Gallery beginning Friday, March 30.
If you’re wondering what to see during Gallery Stroll this evening, take a look at Geoff Wichert’s preview of the Laura Sharp Wilson retrospective at House Gallery.
by Geoff Wichert What is the FAX machine? It’s a teleportation device. It’s the beginning of the Internet! —Aaron Moulton, Senior Curator of Exhibitions, UMOCA, in an interview on KCPW. Aaron Moulton is wrong about the relation of the Fax, or facsimile machine, to the Internet. While the […]
Geoff Wichert traces the search for form in exhibits by Brian Usher and Teresa Kalnoskas at Park City’s Julie Nester Gallery.
A review of Georges Rouault’s Cique de l’Etoile Filante suite of prints, now on exhibit at the UMFA.
In the March 2012 edition of 15 Bytes Geoff Wichert visits three Salt Lake City exhibits to peek into the Palace of Art. Artists reviewed include Irwin Greenberg, Maritza Torres, Amber DeBirk, Jane Catlin and Sue Cotter. Geoff WichertGeoff Wichert has degrees in critical writing and creative nonfiction. […]
For most photographers, finding the right moment to press the shutter is crucial. Dayle Record, whose large, color photographs of the Great Salt Lake, Singular Images: The Lake I Love, are currently on display in Charley Hafen’s cozy, brick-and-glass jewel box of a gallery, handles the critical moment like a painter who first draws her subject, then waits until the sun is right to limn the light and capture the defining moment.
A review of Steven Fawson’s exhibit of portraits of artist friends at the Gallery at Library Square through March 9.
Installations by Pam Bowman and Noah Coleman cause Ehren Clark to ruminate on time.