Exhibitions To the South

Current visual art exhibitions in the following areas of the state of Utah: Utah County (Provo, Orem, Lehi, Alpine, American Fork), central Utah (Ephraim, Torrey, Spring City, Price) and southern Utah (Moab, St. George, Cedar City, Kayenta)

JANN HAWORTH + LIBERTY BLAKE / Work in Progress at Granary Art

Ephraim Feb. 10 – Apr. 30, 2021 The Work in Progress Mural is an on-going national and international project that has traveled to over twenty-four venues in four years. The mural celebrates the contributions of women from our past and present who are catalysts for change. Ninety percent […]

DANIEL GEORGE / God To Go West at Granary Arts

Ephraim Feb. 10 – Apr. 30, 2021 God to Go West explores the contemporary landscape of Utah in relationship to the state’s religious history. After their arrival to the area in the mid-1800’s, Mormon settlers and their progeny named, or in many cases renamed, more places and geographic […]

In Sight, Out of Mind at Springville Museum of Art

Springville Jan. 6 – Aug. 7 “Nature is often unseen despite its omnipresence.” – Havoc Hendricks   Though we are constantly surrounded by the environment, it is easy to overlook. Through their artwork the Utah artists in this exhibition force us to consider our environmental oversights.  Their work […]

Fazilat Soukhakian / Anonymous Battle

August 24, 2020 – June 4, 2021 On view at Snow College Karen H. Hunstman Library This body of work explores the role of the Muslim woman in a changing Islamic society, and seeks to understand her life behind the veil. A revolution has emerged in many Islamic […]

Far Out: The West Re-seen, Photography of Victoria Sambunaris

Provo Oct. 30, 2020 – May 1, 2021 Victoria Sambunaris creates large-scale photographs that document the intersections of the natural and manmade within the American landscape. Each year, Sambunaris embarks on a lengthy journey on the road, using a large format wooden field camera to document what she […]

Art for the People at BYU MoA

Provo Dec. 4, 2020 – May 21, 2021 In 1934, New York art dealer and publicist, Reeves Lewenthal, hatched a plan to form the Associated American Artists (AAA). The mission of the enterprise was to make accessible, affordable and attractive to America. Lewenthal met with several American artists […]

Rend the Heavens: Intersections of the Human and the Divine at BYU MoA

Provo Through December 2021 Rend the Heavens: Intersections of the Human and the Divine examines moments and means by which mankind is brought into the communion or recollection of the Divine and was inspired by the 200th anniversary of the First Vision of the Prophet Joseph Smith, in 2020. […]