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Artistic affinity remains at the secret center of most art making.

Art exhibit: Satellite Contemporary’s ‘Heroes’ taps into art mentors from around the world

February 25th, 2015

Artistic affinity remains at the secret center of most art making.

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  • Alterwitz, 'Santa Confessional' and a UNLV MFA avalanche.

  • Nothing like a Friday night of tying up your guests.

  • Conservation Lands Foundation is working to rally local support for the project.

  • It wasn’t meant to be such a departure from her usual style and subject matter; it just turned out that way.

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  • The immersive exhibition at Brett Wesley modulates light and space before the eyes.

  • Known for large, hard-edged wall constructions, Ryan reveals a softer, more intimate side at the Downtown space.

  • Weekly's art critic picks her five favorite shows of the year.

  • Leggy and feathered bird women, chic and defiant on the harsh landscape.

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