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MOVEMENT AND CHANGE

Jan 29, 2014 2:07pm
On occasion, we pause long enough to watch the clouds shifting above. Meanwhile, always moving,...
A large, metal praying mantis welcomes visitors to the Container Park downtown on Fremont Street. Photo by Nick Mays

ART AS THE ATMOSPHERE

Updated: Jan 16, 2014 3:56pm
Bursts of flame spew from the towering antenna of a giant metal praying mantis; with its...
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MUSINGS ON EXISTENCE

Jan 08, 2014 2:19pm
In dark corners of our existence, behind the cheery façade of civilization, creaturesare...
<p>Eric Vozzola - Damn Kids and Their Dubstep</p>

FIRST FRIDAY ROUNDUP

Jan 01, 2014 9:47pm
Lighten-up – Various ArtistsLight a path into the new year with an array of dazzling and...

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<p>Artwork by Christopher Tsouras</p>

Artist Christopher Tsouras explores man’s relationship to his lethal technology in Drone Series

Updated: Aug 21, 2013 5:04pm
IT’S A QUESTION for our times: How does the world look through the eye of a drone? From there, the questions only proliferate, and become less answerable: What is the effect — on drone pilots, on...
<p>Photo of Jenessa Kenway taken by Abby Robinson at P3 Gallery</p>

Art: Abby Robinson’s performance and photos tread a line between the medical and the artistic

Aug 07, 2013 4:27pm
In the adjacent room of The Cosmopolitan’s P3 Studio, a couple is in deep consultation with photo practitioner Abby Robinson, deliberating over which body part to select. I choose a seat among a...
<p>Painting by Michael Foulkrod</p>

First Friday roundup

Updated: Aug 07, 2013 4:25pm
Abigail GoldmanSo SorrySplotches of blood mar neatly manicured lawns, mini shrubs, tiny houses, fences and trees. In a short time, artist Abigail Goldman has become known for her disturbingly...
Mikel Patrik (PHOTO: BILL HUGHES)

Mikel Patrik’s colorful ‘Pixels’ work best as a whole

Updated: Jul 24, 2013 6:15pm
“No one could pronounce it,” explains artist Mikel Patrik, of Thieme, his real last name. So, in 2009, for career purposes only, he rebranded himself and his art with the more memorable and slightly...

Commentary: Keeping Art Way

Jul 24, 2013 4:36pm
The intention of the suggested — and now controversial — name change for Art Way in the 18b Arts District is to honor a Las Vegas artist who loved creativity and taught art to many in our community....
James Lambert Duvkullorna

Two exhibits demonstrate the transition from the representational to the abstract

Jul 17, 2013 4:43pm
Exhibits at Contemporary Arts Collective and Brett Wesley Gallery demonstrate how we get from the representational to the abstract. (We also asked the artists.)James Lambert, “Duvkullorna”All is...

Review: Chris Bodily gives life and energy to ordinary figures with unique countouring marks

Jul 10, 2013 5:09pm
“I just start drawing, and whatever I start to form out of the line work is what I start doing,” explains Salt Lake City artist Chris Bodily about his exhibit HatRobot, on display at 303 North Studio...
<p>Work by Alexandra Lee</p>

First Friday Roundup, July 5

Updated: Jul 10, 2013 2:20pm
Bobbie Ann HowellPhotosResembling bluish-brown tinfoil and viewed from high above the Rocky Mountains, textured surfaces decorate the edges to either side of a string of crop circles. The eerie...

First Friday Listings, 7.4.13

Jul 03, 2013 4:23pm
Hours: 6-11p. Shuttle service includes stops and parking at El Cortez, Golden Nugget, Arts District hub (Colorado and Main) and the Clark County Government Center. Additional parking lots can be...
<p>Artist Miguel Rodriguez. PHOTO: MIGUEL RODRIGUEZ</p>

‘Ideas stew in me for years’: A studio visit with Miguel Rodriguez

Updated: Jul 03, 2013 2:42pm
A HEADLESS, neon-red turtle sits on a table next to the mold it emerged from. Preparing for his exhibit, E’ryday Science, now at the Clark County Rotunda Gallery, artist Miguel Rodriguez was trying...