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Fine Art

The exhibition features first-rate paintings, sculptures, photographs and videos by 32 artists connected to Las Vegas.

'Recent Acquisitions' finds continuity in a stunningly diverse curation

July 22nd, 2015

The exhibition features first-rate paintings, sculptures, photographs and videos by 32 artists connected to Las Vegas.

  • As We See It

    A timeline of the more than 700,000 acres of public land, which was protected this week by the Antiquities Act.

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    The local artist pieces together paper creations made from past works.

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    Some argue that in a work by an artist using an idea presented by another artist, only the intention needs to be different—not the art ...

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    Shows dedicated to cultural touchstones often succumb to fawning and cliché. Not so here.

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    The new exhibit is dedicated to the creative force and pursuits in and around Las Vegas.

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    A corner of the room holds a pile of chicken nuggets, an homage to The Simpsons, a stack of mini lowriders—I can’t help but wonder ...

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    The abstract compositions exhibit harmony and balance, and an intriguing feel for color.

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    A darkroom, a gallery and two seasoned photographers

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    The current UNLV artist-in-residence turns her attention to the game-changing era of JFK’s presidency.

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    The beat, the melodies, the sound waves and experiences.

  • As We See It

    Artists have volunteered to touch up their vandalized works.

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    Arts writer Ed Fuentes humorously dubbed it “Benchghazi.”

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  • Sports

    UFC 190 will break from the near constant of a fight card’s main event attracting the most betting interest. The prohibitive cost of backing Ronda ...

  • As We See It

    New York Reuben? Greektown Gyro? This year's finalists are pretty out there.

  • Dining

    Macadamia nut-crusted scallops, homemade waffle fries, the obligatory macaroni salad and more.

  • Incidental Tourist

    “Keep The Party Going!” it screams at you, as if Vegas needs help in that department

  • Nightlife

    Daiquiri insanity, crafts on tap and a rustic feel.

  • Opinion

    Last year around this time I wrote an article highlighting a groundbreaking event at the Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone (SEZ), about 25 miles north ...

  • Reviews

    With dishes like the Spanish stew zarzuela and a nontraditional paella, chef Beni Velazquez is sticking to his creative culinary guns.

  • A&E

    Will the new Baz musical at Light Nightclub succeed when Broadway shows and other nightclub productions have failed?

  • Music

    "I don't think we got the chance to fully spread our wings."

  • Film

    Starring Christina Applegate and The Hangover's Ed Helms, it's a sad re-creation of a once-beloved comedy franchise.

  • As We See It

    Sobering stats: Project Know's new study points to the unpredictability of party drugs.

  • As We See It

    John Zemel became the first hop-head to achieve the bar's high honors.

  • Music

    Crowd energy at MGM Grand Garden sags after the Canadian trio starts with too many newer songs

  • Dining News

    Plus: Honey Salt's Summer of Love, Border Grill's Top Chef Masters reunion dinner and Crush's "Forgive Me" menu.

  • As We See It

    “I realized people in Las Vegas would be wondering where those dark smoke clouds were coming from.”

  • Featured

    Las Vegas prospector Jeff Williams will teach you to find gold on the streets and in Home Depot sand.

  • Weekly Q&A

    For a man to be on the same level as a woman, they have to work twice as hard.

  • Nightlife

    Remember the Whiskey Sky and Cherry nightclubs? Let’s bring ’em back.

  • Dining

    A local bartender chats with Fernet-Branca's Edoardo Branca about the bitter amaro, his family's recipe and more.