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Fine Art

The exhibition is so bad it could almost be good, almost be satire.

No cliche unturned in CAC’s 25th Annual Juried Art Show

April 16th, 2014

The exhibition is so bad it could almost be good, almost be satire.

  • Melissa Petersen draws up three-part plan.

  • The artist's I Promise to Love You is at the Cosmopolitan

  • “I can’t believe how much I love you.”

  • 19th and 20th century devotional art at the Barrick.

  • The rule for art is simple: 12 inches or less.

  • It's his second outing with the Las Vegas Philharmonic. It likely won't be his last.

  • The award, named for Academy Award-winning director George Sidney, honors residents, past and present, who've made an impact on the arts (including architecture, visual and ...

  • Three artists repurpose materials and achieve radically different results.

  • A bizarre visual odyssey into the ugliness of the disease.

  • Las Vegas artist and bodhisattva teacher Jim Stanford and his contemplative photomontages .

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