The big Utah art news this week is that world-renowned environmental artist Christo is in town. He won’t be wrapping any buildings or hanging fabric across our local landscape, but he will be appearing at the University of Utah Tuesday to speak about his work. The event is sold out, but you can hear him speak with Doug Fabrizio on KUER’s Radio West at 11 am and 7 pm Tuesday. Among the other speakers on the program is curator and art historian Hikmet Loe, who will be the subject of this month’s Art Professional Profile in 15 Bytes.
Below are some other Utah art exhibitions and events that caught the media’s attention this week:
4/11 40 Years of Rock Art: Ogden’s most rabid music fan has brought his memoirs to the art gallery. http://www.standard.net/topics/features/2011/04/10/40-years-rock-art
4/15 Mural with bikini-clad woman, LDS Temple on fire sparks criticism
4/16 Environmental artist Christo explains His Work
4/18 Eat Your Yard Out: Salt Lake Art Center helps show that gnome is where the art is. http://www.cityweekly.net/utah/article-13718-eat-your-yard-out.html
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