A review of Chad Crane and Zane Lancaster’s “We’ll Have to See Some Credentials” at Kayo Gallery.
While growing up in the East Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park in the 1970’s, future photographer Sedona Callahan often practiced by shooting the murals that decorated her community. She may, or may not, have known she was documenting a significant and fragile historical moment for the […]
A look at House Gallery’s exhibit of Charles Fresquez, which comes down on March 26.
An exhibit at UVU’s Woodbury Museum takes graffiti artists off the streets and into the museum.
Where are you going, Still Life: Charles Becker at the St. George Art Museum and Phillips Gallery’s Brad Overton
Geoff Wichert examines the genre in the hands of Charles Becker, Vincent van Gogh and Brad Overton.
A video look at an exhibition that embraces novelty pencils.
Dorothea Lange and Helen Levitt, two fascinating documentary photographers, are reviewed.
George Edward Anderson – Utah Pioneer Photographer 1860-1928: Heritage Prints at 15th Street Gallery
A rare opportunity this month to view and purchase Heritage Prints of early Utah photographer George Edward Anderson.
Some art is as concrete as the arranged objects it depicts or as prosaic as the theories it attempts to illustrate. But there is another type of art; one that revels in exploration of meaning and metaphor, its abstracted motifs and iconography lacking clear subjects or narrative purpose. […]
In 1992 MTV broadcast the first installment of The Real World and Reality TV was born, ushering in a flood of voyeurism and narcissism that has so permeated our pop culture that we no longer even feel the humidity. In Domesticated a group of Snow College art students […]
In the February 2011 edition of 15 Bytes Geoff Wichert reviews Stephen Foss’ exhibit of enamel paintings at Julie Nester Gallery.
” . . . For many, Brian Kershisnik’s paintbox is like the voice box of a diva . . .”
Read Geoff Wichert’s review of Kershisnik’s Meyer Gallery exhibit in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes.