“When I look back as a child, I was always making big 3-dimentional projects, although I did not see it as art,” says Stephanie Leitch, a Salt Lake City artist preparing for an upcoming exhibit at Nox Contemporary. While studying for her art degree at the University of […]
The group exhibition at Nox Contemporary provides perfect holiday fare: small works that make a large impact. The show’s title, The Herb & Dorothy Show, reflects the far-reaching impact of Herb and Dorothy Vogel, a New York City couple who collected art over their lifetime together, amassing […]
Time is a tricky thing. Minutes tick by and hours slip through our fingers never to be held again. Internationally recognized performance artist Marilyn Arsem is bringing her talents to Salt Lake City and tackling this elusive theme in a piece titled Marking Time. In a press […]
Tom Aaron’s new works at Nox Contemporary explore the land from many angles.
John Cage once said, “Wherever we are, what we hear is mostly noise. When we ignore it, it disturbs us. When we listen to it, we find it fascinating.” Fascination with noise is at the heart of Flinching Eye Collective, a Denver-based performance group that embraces, attacks and […]
New performance venues in Salt Lake, including the Dunce School for the Arts’ 12 Minutes Max series, premiering Sunday, May 20.
A conversation with sculptor Neil Hadlock in anticipation of his 20-year retrospective at Nox Contemporary.
A profile of Salt Lake artist John Bell on the occasion of his Postmodern Blues exhibit at Nox Contemporary.
A profile of Phoenix Ostermann, who, as Reclaimed Sentiment, is exhibiting a collection of collages inspired by “mid-century” illustrations at Nox Contemporary.
“Newton” In Deficient, his current exhibit at Nox Contemporary, Tyler Spurgeon presents a series of semi-abstract paintings that probes the question of “who or what determines an individual’s value” in relation to a “societally imposed sense of inadequacy,” and does so in a frank and compelling way that challenges […]
Geoff Wichert previews Frank McEntire’s reliQUIERIES exhibit, up this month at Nox Contemporary.
“His art works have become some of the most mechanically developed in the area, and some of the most metaphorically rich. As Porter points out, ideas are important, but an idea that cannot be executed is of little worth, and a hands-on knowledge of materials and mechanics can […]