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“Things are going to move along at a pretty slow rate, but pretty soon we’re going to start seeing art," Patrick Gaffey

The bureaucratic hurdles of public art: Looking at Clark County’s program

August 20th, 2014

“Things are going to move along at a pretty slow rate, but pretty soon we’re going to start seeing art," Patrick Gaffey

  • ‘Organic Study No. 1’ marks a stylistic departure for Luis Varela-Rico

  • Sexy, vintage and alluring, the 40-by-60-inch billboard collages combine fashion illustrations (from old Harper’s Bazaar magazines) and enhanced photographs of models, as well as other ...

  • An archaic relationship between body and landscape dominates the show at Sin City Gallery

  • Russ’ works are often sexy and fun robust creation.

  • Forevermore engages the theme of death without becoming creepy.

  • Time works in circles, and answers are nonexistent in Yasmina Chavez' Floss & Gravity.

  • Tokyo in Vegas: Vision Collision might come across as Pop Art, but if you stop there, you’ve really missed it.

  • “The whole project is designed to showcase the similarities and the differences, because they’re inseparable,” Caldwell says.

  • Are you more prone to close down or open up, Virgo?

  • Nancy Rubins, Jeff Koons, Frank Stella, Robert Rauschenberg, etc....

  • The Jeff Koons sculpture, bought by Steve Wynn at a Sotheby’s auction for $28.2 million in May, is 6-foot-5 inches, 2,000 pounds of mirror-polished stainless ...

  • Favela, known for his piñata-inspired works in tissue paper and cardboard will be part of State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now.

  • Cuban artist spent six months in prison after protesting censorship by the government.

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