Unless a contract says otherwise, artists who sell their works no longer have a voice in what happens to them.
The 72 paintings in Eyob Mergia’s The Philosophy of Form and Color are inseparable from the artist’s biography.
Costume designers promise to delve into the “comedy, the tragedy and the wardrobe malfunction” at the Nevada State Museum this weekend.
It’s contemporary America’s relationship with nature presented at its most extreme and bizarre.
With construction paper, X-Acto knives and protractors, visitors test the “My kid could make that” claim heard at contemporary art museums.
The event is seeking submissions from new, emerging and established visual and performance artists.
“I know The Beatles have influenced musicians, but I want them to know they’ve influenced artists, too.”
Holland-born Australian sculptor Tan is currently living in Beijing, following a 10-year stint “living as a pilgrim” in Las Vegas.
The installation’s success depends, in part, on its simplicity.
The exhibit features works that touch on immigration, gender equality, homelessness, profiling, racial equality and LGBTQ equality.
Capturing a century, from Audrey Hepburn to Brigitte Bardot to Humphrey Bogart.
It’s a sneakily brainy show.
Inverting Platos Theory of Forms
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.