From Picasso to Pasha Rafat, Weekly's art critic Dawn-Michelle Baude picks her favorite shows of 2015.
The final touch.
Visual data in a data-obsessed society.
The show feels like journeying through Anderson's movies, beginning with Royal Tenenbaums.
It will mark the first time in recent memory where a prominent museum of this scale focuses exclusively on contemporary work coming out of Nevada.
After two years in Downtown Spaces, the grassroots gallery is changing hands.
That's not a photo, it’s a drawing—and it was made by a 14-year-old at Las Vegas Academy of the Arts.
New home in Soho Lofts in time for the Think Vegas symposium.
Motivated by physicality, a tangible expression of presence and of the body.
“So often we are forgotten. [He] created a work that represents inspiration and hope, serving as a symbol not only for Native peoples’ leaning on ...
"We are a very active board. We're busy. We're rolling up our sleeves."
How do you translate historic midcentury motifs into contemporary art?
Think back to a memory, any memory. What does it look like in your head?
"The main motivation for the residency is the nature of Las Vegas itself, and the fascination it holds for generations of artists, writers and thinkers."
The tumbleweed, a symbol of vast, ephemeral Western life, becomes “Tumble Weave” in Douglas’ work.