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Claire Sherman: Here Now at Kimball Art Center

Park City October 1, 2021 – January 2, 2022 Claire Sherman’s work engages with landscape archetypes and Romantic conceptions of nature, including the sublime. Distorting scale and perspective, her oversize paintings of forests, caves, rockets, and trees evoke both specific locations and abstracted, ubiquitous environments. Vivid color and […]

Exhibitions | Exhibitions To the South

L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters at BYU MoA

Provo September 3, 2021 – February 19, 2022   The BYU Museum of Art is pleased to announce L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters, a colorful exhibition of lithographic posters and ephemera that will transport its viewers to 19th-century Paris. Celebrating the inexhaustible energy of fin-de-siècle France, L’Affichomania: […]

Exhibitions | Salt Lake Area Exhibitions

stephanie mei huang: self-armature at Office Space

July 1 – Oct. 31 Salt Lake City OFFICE SPACE CHETTINAD 169 South Main Street Salt Lake City UT 84111 Selvaraj Sellamuthu, Bryce Chatwin, Albert Abdul-Barr Wang, and Alexis Davidson https://www.officespaceslc.com/ https://www.artfare.com/office-space 801-410-4696, 801-654-8999 gallery.office.space@gmail.com “law-making is power-making, assumption of power, and to that extent an immediate manifestation […]

Exhibitions | Exhibitions To the South

Fields of Labor and Recovery: A Photographic Portrait of Utah from the Great Depression to WWII, 1936-1942 at BYU MOA

July 2 – Nov. 20 Provo The BYU Museum of Art will shortly open a new exhibition of photographs from renowned photographers Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, John Vachon, Arthur Rothstein, and Andreas Feininger. Fields of Labor and Recovery: A Photographic Portrait of Utah from the Great Depression to […]