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What a difference a painting makes.

Out of the galleries and into the streets: 10 years of Zap! in Vegas

March 26th, 2015

What a difference a painting makes.

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    Oh, look! It’s a big, beautiful woman with a cow body for legs.

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    You don’t see this exhibition. You experience it.

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    "I'm building things I think my 5-year-old self would geek out about."

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    Looking at the people looking at the Kennedys.

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    Sanchez Burr is the Neon Museum's first artist in residence.

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    Three iconic tragedies of the ’90s involved cars that became celebrities themselves.

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    Year of the Buddha features more than 60 pieces made in various styles and mediums, from aerosol to acrylic.

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    “Tourists want to see Frida Kahlo with a monkey on her shoulder.”

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    As an educational exhibit, it easily dovetails into STEM curricula. But as fine art, the quality is doubtful.

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    After film screenings and a pop-up exhibit, CAC starts a new art-ed adventure with the former notable resident's essay collection.

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    Three artists will present their proposals next week for the art renovation project.

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    The artist transforms magazine photographs into surprising subjects of her own work.

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    Priebe takes the digital immediacy out of an image-based industry by painting oil portraits of Las Vegas talent.

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    Shot mostly from a helicopter (occasionally a small fixed-wing plane) Light’s work is among the most compelling and awe-inducing visual representations speaking to the audacity ...

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    Spot it on the marquee and in the registration lobby.

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

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    "This is about people at different stages in their lives reflecting on a sentimental shared experience."

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

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    Nothing like a Friday night of tying up your guests.

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  • Music

    The Killers’ frontman only plays three new songs from upcoming solo album The Desired Effect.

  • Dining

    The thing about pho is that it’s pretty much the same all over.

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    If he didn’t win you over from behind his turntables, his bear hug and wide smile would close the deal.

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    Local nightlife veteran Jesse Waits has kept Encore's megaclub XS on top six years after its debut.

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    The SLS’ new cool-down spot, from swordfish salad to Steve Angello.

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    Great, easy comfort food from the island of Guam.

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    From lobster rolls to married-in-Vegas shops, this new mini-mall is ready to party.

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    The new app might get better, but for now it has issues.

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    The expo has been around for 30 years. John Arena’s been there for 29 of them.

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    From pambazo to pozole, this mom-and-pop eatery does it right.

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    “I’m hoping ... maybe it can create a shift in the thinking of how things happen here. Brave is about changing your comfort zone.”

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    "That’s gotta be going through his head ... how he went from going places and now it turned very quickly. He’s doing a lot of ...

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    The retro-themed roller skating party is back in Vegas after taking a break in 2012.

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    Las Vegas excels in over-the-top VIP packages, but the latest two surpass extravagance.

  • Dining

    Chef Brian Malarkey brings his upbeat, social eatery to the Strip on March 27.

  • Weekly Q&A

    “When you discuss all-American, it’s blond-haired, blue-eyed, plays baseball, apple pie.”

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    Also, recent visitation numbers show gaming is down. Better luck next year?