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Fine Art

  • Amid patriotic bunting, the humorous works capture the circus of the American election season and its players.

  • The Contemporary Arts Center is resurrected, proclaiming that fine art is alive and kicking in Las Vegas.

  • "I’m ready to move on, to not have that stress on my back."

  • “All have glitter and dust on their boots and have been influenced or inspired in some way by this unique place we call home or ...

  • From Picasso to Pasha Rafat, Weekly's art critic Dawn-Michelle Baude picks her favorite shows of 2015.

  • Visual data in a data-obsessed society.

  • The show feels like journeying through Anderson's movies, beginning with Royal Tenenbaums.

  • Mike Coffey creates detailed Star Wars collages from reused fast-food materials.

  • It will mark the first time in recent memory where a prominent museum of this scale focuses exclusively on contemporary work coming out of Nevada.

  • After two years in Downtown Spaces, the grassroots gallery is changing hands.

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