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"Whatever happens is the art itself.”
The commonality between them extends beyond the East-meets-West art elements and into the powerful messaging within the work.
Justin Favela's cross-cultural social study of sorts that welcomes everyone to play along.
The San Francisco tattoo artist pairs the art historical with the queer contemporary.
Vivian Martian, Gina Alverson and Kris Krainock use words to create unexpected works.
A humorous consideration of expectations, normalcy and, most of all, embracing change.
In today’s sanitized art climate, with its clean, neat, computer-generated contours, there’s a place for precarious, handmade representations of the human form.
The best of the arts in galleries, on stages and even in the old Western Hotel.
You had us at giant gnomes, Jesse. But, by all means, keep going.
“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
Who will move into the space? What comes next?
An archaic relationship between body and landscape dominates the show at Sin City Gallery
Russ’ works are often sexy and fun robust creation.
Trifecta Gallery in the Arts District is closing in January. Owner Marty Walsh and her husband Pete plan to move back to Ireland.