A review of Toni Youngblood’s Calligraffiti exhibition at Charley Hafen Gallery.
Galleries come and go. Others reinvent themselves. (A)perture has done something in between. In February of this year, Heidi Gress and Anne Cummings-Anderson decided to leave their brick-and-mortar space on 9th East, but they continue to operate with a similar mission. Focusing on their strength, which was always […]
A review of the exhibition of thirty works by world-renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky.
At the Springville Museum of Art last week Frank McEntire installed the tenth-anniversary version of Spontaneous Memorial, the project inspired by the lives lost on September 11th that he has exhibited every year for the past eight.
A review of the dual-exhibit retrospective of the late V. Douglas Snow.
Lee Cowan has a new approach to portraiture – the 24 Hour Portrait.
Ehren Clark takes an alternate look at LeConte Stewart’s Depression era paintings now on exhibit at the Utah Museum of Fine Art.
For its inaugural exhibit the Salt Lake Art Center’s Locals Only Gallery presents Jared Clark’s janus-faced installation of refuse, building materials, and used appliances. Clark calls these installations bilds and he has been creating them all across the U.S. The bilds might rise up on a vacant lot, […]
Laurie Rojas reviews Lisa Orr’s exhibit of abstract paintings at the Anderson Foothill Branch Library.
A look at the Kimball Art Center’s partnership with Spiro Arts to develop a residency program for artists.
Joint exhibits at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and the Church History Museum present the largest ever assembled collection of works by LeConte Stewart. This month we look at the exhibit of rural landscapes.
Geoff Wichert reviews Jorge Rojas’ exhibit of wax encased works now up at Mestizo Gallery.