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

Celebration of the Hand: Safe Not Safe

Salt Lake City Nov.1, 2021 – Jan. 31, 2022    Craft Lake City’s Celebration of the Hand: Safe Not Safe was conceived by Denae Shanidiin with photographs by Jonathan Canlas. On view from Nov. 1, 2021 to Jan. 31, 2022, Safe Not Safe is an ongoing project exploring Utah’s BIPOC community and their […]

By Process of Reduction: Rob Chipman at BDAC

Bountiful November 13 – Dec 23 Reduction block printing (woodcuts/linocuts) is a centuries old process that enables an artist to add successive layers of color to a print by carving away or “reducing” portions of the printable surface of the block between each layer. It’s a process of […]

Evan Hume: Viewing Distance

Salt Lake City Nov. 1, 2021 – Jan. 31, 2022 “The Jesuits fought in effect two wars: a war of knowledge and a war of images. They managed to create a virtual monopoly on higher education in Central Europe and to become among the best geographers and linguists […]

DALE PEEL / Oil Paintings at Snow College Karen H. Hunstman Library

Ephraim September 25, 2021 – June 15, 2022 Dale Randolph Peel was born and raised in the arid mountain valley of Sanpete County, Utah, and owns Peel Furniture Works, in Mt. Pleasant Utah. He is an artist, craftsman, and farmer who celebrates and preserves local history by crafting […]

Aïsha Lehmann: Mixed at Finch Lane Gallery

Salt Lake City Oct. 8 – Nov. 19 There will be an artist reception on Friday, October 15, 6-9pm, open to the public. Finch Lane Gallery 54 Finch Lane SLC, UT Tuesdays from 9:30am-8:30pm and Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9:30am-5pm.   Aïsha Lehmann’s work addresses what it means […]

Claire Sherman: Here Now at Kimball Art Center

Park City October 1, 2021 – January 2, 2022 Claire Sherman’s work engages with landscape archetypes and Romantic conceptions of nature, including the sublime. Distorting scale and perspective, her oversize paintings of forests, caves, rockets, and trees evoke both specific locations and abstracted, ubiquitous environments. Vivid color and […]

L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters at BYU MoA

Provo September 3, 2021 – February 19, 2022   The BYU Museum of Art is pleased to announce L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters, a colorful exhibition of lithographic posters and ephemera that will transport its viewers to 19th-century Paris. Celebrating the inexhaustible energy of fin-de-siècle France, L’Affichomania: […]

Marisa Bernotti La Oficina (The Office) Part One at Office Space

Salt Lake City Aug. 1 – December 31 OFFICE SPACE and OFFICE SPACE CHETTINAD 169 South Main Street Salt Lake City UT 84111 Selvaraj Sellamuthu, Bryce Chatwin, Albert Abdul-Barr Wang, and Melissa Prosser https://www.officespaceslc.com/ Office Space is excited to exhibit the first part of an epic series of […]

Space Maker at UMFA

Salt Lake City Aug. 21 – Dec. 5 Through a keen awareness of the spaces we inhabit—whether interior or exterior, natural or built, real or imagined—Space Maker explores the tensions, histories, and myths that shape our experiences of the world. These works, created by a variety of artists in […]

Your Place in the Multiverse: Jean Lowe at NEHMA

Logan June 19 – December 12, 2021 American artist Jean Lowe’s (b. 1960) work revolves around the intersection of art history, popular culture, environmentalism, commerce, and politics. Jean Lowe: Your Place in the Multiverse is a survey of her work drawn from the past seventeen years featuring many of her […]

Japanese Art: Adaptation and Transformation at UMFA

  Adaptation and Transformation is the newest UMFA permanent collection exhibition devoted to Asian art. This new gallery of Japanese art joins Greater Merit: The Temple and Image in South Asia and Chinese Art: Emulation and Innovation. Adaptation and Transformation explores how Japanese artists over the last thousand years have responded to internal and […]

Confluence at UMFA

Salt Lake City Feb. 18 – Dec. 5 Where does water in Salt Lake Valley come from? Where does it end up? In Confluence the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, in collaboration with six local organizations, explores this essential component of our daily life. From mountain streams to Great Salt Lake, […]