Tag: by Geoff Wichert

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Starting from Scratch: Mark by Mark at Alice Gallery

[portfolio_slideshow height=800 width=600]   To non-specialists, the timeline of art history is marked by long periods when nothing happens, punctuated by sudden expansion. About half a million years ago, our part-ape, part-human ancestors noticed that certain things—rocks, branches, bits of bone—resembled other things, like faces or the bodies […]

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Your references, please? Judy Csotsits and Rogelio Manzo at White Space in Ogden

The new Whitespace gallery, across Wall Avenue from the Union Station in Ogden, opened with an impressive array of artworks emphasizing noteworthy materials rather than familiar names or genres. For instance, photographer Koh Sang Woo knows that documentary photographs are old news; his digitally manipulated color images, like […]