Exhibitions

A directory of press releases for current visual art exhibitions in the state of Utah, organized by geographic area.

Peter Everett: Hypnagogic at Material Gallery

South Salt Lake Apr. 27 – June 28 Opening reception: Saturday, April 27, from 6:00-9pm, with an artist talk from 5:30-6pm Born in Utah and raised moving around the country, Peter Everett received an MFA in painting from Pratt Institute and is currently a professor of art at Brigham […]

100 Years of the Spring Salon

Springville Apr. 27, 2024 – Apr., 2025 Springville Museum of Art Celebrates 100 Years of Artistic Excellence: Honoring the Students That Built Art City The Springville Museum of Art proudly announces a historic milestone: the commemoration of the 100th Annual Spring Salon. In honoring this legacy, the Museum […]

Roux: A Group Show at Alpine Art

Salt Lake City Apr. 19 – May 11 Gallery Stroll Reception: Friday, Apr. 19, 6-9 pm “Art is like a roux; a rich base and necessary ingredient required to nourish and sustain the soul of the home. We affirm art as a foundational element in an interior space […]

Joshua Luther: Ephemeral Geometry

Price Apr. 2 – 26 Salt Lake City artist, Joshua Luther, will share his printed paintings at Gallery East in an exhibition entitled “Ephemeral Geometry: Juxtapositions in Print.” The Exhibit will run from April 2 through April 26 in the Central Instruction Building (CIB) on the campus of […]

Reframed at Modern West

Salt Lake City Mar. 21 – May 3 Reframed accentuates the diverse methodologies of twelve modern and contemporary women artists, interwoven through their experience of social expectation, landscape and environment. The exhibition showcases how these women use their work to challenge traditional narratives and reframe our understanding of […]

Know Your Folk at Chase Home Museum

Salt Lake City Mar. 6 – June 8 Chase Home Museum’s exhibition “Know Your Folk” features our new folk art acquisitions in the State of Utah Alice Merrill Horne Art Collection. “Know Your Folk” highlights an array of artists and pieces from across the state. The show explores […]

Linnie Brown: Proximity at ‘A’ Gallery

Salt Lake City Mar. 15 – Apr. 27 Artist reception: Friday, MARCH 15, 6-9pm In Proximity, Linnie Brown presents remembered places using fragments of landscapes, architecture, and everyday landmarks that come together to create mental postcards of abstracted human experience. Using layered shifts in perspective and scale, she […]

Nina Tichava: Unfurl at Gallery MAR

Park City Mar. 8 – Mar. 23 Reception, Friday, March 8th at 6:00 pm. The artist will be in attendance. New Mexico-based artist Nina Tichava has gained recognition for her large-scale paintings, often diptychs, that layer patterns, geometric elements, and natural forms to inspire a dialogue between digital […]

Andrew Alba: Inheritance at Material Gallery

South Salt Lake Mar. 1 – Apr. 19 Reception: Friday, Mar. 1, 6-9 pm and Friday, Apr. 19, 6-9 pm Born and raised in Salt Lake City, UT, Andrew Alba is a self-taught artist and descendant of Mexican migrant workers. His nontraditional background is a constant influence as […]

Liminal at SLCC’s Center for Arts & Media

Salt Lake City Feb. 29 – Apr. 12 Opening reception Feb. 29, 6-8 p.m. Liminal, a solo exhibition by Colombian American artist Zahir, known for his conceptual photographs and a love for analog processes. In addition to visual art, Zahir composes orchestral music that often conveys emotion through melodic […]

Chelle Barbour: Juxtaposing Afro-Surrealism at Granary Arts

Ephraim Feb. 7 – May 3 Reception: Friday, February 9, 2024, 6-8pm Surrealism was a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and the word was re-contextualized in the 1970s by author Amiri Baraka, who coined the term Afro-Surrealism. He raised the notion that the experience of […]

Fidalis Buehler: The Wayside and Whispers at Granary Arts

Ephraim Feb. 7 – May 3 Reception: Friday, February 9, 2024, 6-8pm Fidalis Buehler creates mixed media works that are manifestations of his identity visualized through the complicated lens of American culture and South Pacific traditions. The works call attention to confrontations and conflicting realities, and straddle the […]

Jane Catlin: A Retrospective at NEHMA

Logan Feb. 8 – June 15 This retrospective is a way of honoring Jane Catlin’s career as an artist and teacher which has lasted more than forty years. During that time she has produced a remarkable body of work, evolving from her early figural paintings of the 1990s […]

Paul Kos: Oracles at UMOCA

Salt Lake City Jan. 26 – June 29 Opening Reception: Friday, January 26, 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Paul Kos is a conceptual artist for whom nature, culture, and language are best understood as process: as sites of labored emergence where transmutation and (mis)translation are constants. Continuing themes from his […]

Diane Tuft: Entropy at UMOCA

Salt Lake City Jan. 26 – Apr. 27 Opening Reception: Friday, January 26, 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Entropy is “a measure of disorder within a system,” which can increase if left unchecked. In the case of climate change, greenhouse gases trap heat in the atmosphere, creating increasingly unpredictable patterns […]