Up & Upcoming to the South
Springville Museum of Art UP: Face-Off: Portraits by Casey Childs. AND: Fantasia for Fall, weaves together the unique style and imagery of four Utah artists — Pilar Pobil, Willamarie Huelskamp, Michal Onyon, and Emily King — connected by a continuous thread of color and imagination that harmoniously blend in beautiful unison. AND: Four Degrees of Separation² consists of works from Lee Cowan's divisions of space series. These are works based on compositional divisions based on geometry and proven mathematical structures with the infusion of that which cannot be harnessed.|1|
Woodbury Art Museum UP: InCiteful Clay is a collection of ceramic objects that offer provocative critiques of current social and political inequities. The exhibition is toured by ExhibitsUSA, a national program of Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA) and the National Endowment for the Arts.|2| AND: The Hal Wing Photography Collection, from the Museum's permanent collection.
Brigham Young University Museum of Art UP: Showcasing ralli quilts from the exceptional contemporary textile collection of Patricia Ormsby Stoddard, Fabric of Belonging explores how historical traditions contribute to the deep sense of belonging that ralli quilts provide for people living in the areas of Sindh, Pakistan and West India. For their owners, ralli quilts are a personal form of identification that connects them with their region and their heritage.|3| AND: The major traveling exhibition CUT! Costume and the Cinema takes an in-depth look at the art of making costumes that set the scene, establish character and provide authenticity in period films. Films represented in the exhibition depict five centuries of history, drama, comedy, fantasy and adventure through costumes worn by such famous film stars as Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley, Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig, Kate Winslet, Sandra Bullock, Uma Thurman, Anjelica Huston and many others. AND: Amar Kanwar, A Season Outside reveals the tension surrounding the militarized border between India and Pakistan. The work is an abstract digital video projection of the sunset ritual of closing the gate on the border at Wagah-Atari juxtaposed with images of enforced division, theatrical military posturing, and real violence in the region.|4| AND: Loving Devotion: Visions of Vishnu. Focusing on images of Vishnu and Krishna that span centuries of history, the exhibition explores how bhakti (the practice of fervent, impassioned devotion to deity) influences the lives and worship of Hindu people and reveals the depth and intimacy of their relationship towards the divine.. AND: Kim Schoenstadt, Block Plan Series: Provo, is a culmination of community effort and installation, that features three-dimensional wall drawings inspired by the architecture and identity of Provo, Utah.
BYU Library Exhibitions UP: From My Brother's Perspective: Two Artists Painting Gospel Themes by J. Kirk Richards and Chiloba Chirwa. AND: In Fieri by Jeff Wade. AND: The Beginning of Autumn: Recent Drawings and Paintings by Nick Bontorno.
BYU's Harris Fine Arts Center UP: Movement and Meaning: The Power of Pilgrimage brings together works of art that explore the ways traditional and modern pilgrimages give purpose to life. At its core, pilgrimage is different than travel because whether it is on the road or of the mind, it has a way of transforming the individual. This exhibition investigates the diverse and vibrant manifestations of pilgrimage, its process, and its power.
Granary Art Center UP:
exhibition curated by Rebecca Maksym and
Gallery East UP: Hollow Bones, an exhibiti by Holly Cobb,|11| Michelle Montrose Larsen |12|and Lisie Beck Brundage.|13| Each artist brings their worldview to their medium. Cobb’s interest in the female figure, symbolic still life subjects, and anthrozoological forms, attempts to show an occasional departure from the digital world to reflect her connection with the wilds of nature. Brundage’s relief prints and paintings are colorful, patterned impressions of the world she lives in. Larsen’s metaphorical paintings reflect the protective, nurturing, and natural instincts of motherhood.
Gallery Gala UP: Aimee Bonham: Life of Color. Bonham demonstrates the integral role color plays in her creative process. From feeling or emotion to selection of a limited palette to finished product, her work, which is sometimes read as abstracted landscapes, generalizes location and shows movement in a larger context. AND: Adrew Marvick: Ancient Hues. Marvick contemplates the concept of abstract art being invented earlier than the 1900s. For some time his art has been driven by an idea: what if the formal foundations for abstraction and non-objective art had developed organically alongside classical naturalism beginning with the early Renaissance at the start of the 15th century.
Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery UP: Breaking Imagination, a unique retrospective of delicate prints from the university’s archive. Curated by Iryna Sophia Stein, an Arts Administration MFA candidate, this exhibit features fine works from Goya, Whistler, Millet, Picasso, Chagall, Miro,|10| Dali, Chihuly and others. This special exhibition is a rare opportunity to experience a cornucopia of treasures from the Brathwaite Fine Arts Gallery’s vaults.
ST. GEORGE AREA
St. George Art Museum UP: Permanent collection comes into the light.
Sears Art Museum UP: Recent acquisitions by Maynard Dixon, Jim Jones, and Robert Shepherd. UPCOMING: The Bridge Reunion Exhibit features works by artists who participated in the Bridge Academy of Art in Salt Lake City. AND: 99 Names Exhibit.