The colorful rock totem installation is slated to open to the public May 11.
The works were selected by Mary Leigh Cherry of Cherry and Martin Gallery in LA.
“Why should art, of all things, be free from critical dissection?”
The juried exhibit of erotic art received more than 300 entries from artists hailing from over 23 countries this year.
The life and death of a tumbleweed and all that crosses its path.
There's a new website for Ugo Rondinone’s “Seven Magic Mountains.”
Wendy Hickey's promoting of the arts on available billboard space comes to town.
A new hub for Downtown artists.
The Barrick Museum is hopping this week.
As the center of the Strip's newest outdoor promenade, the 40-foot-tall, 7,500-pound sculpture celebrates feminine empowerment and equality
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.
With construction paper, X-Acto knives and protractors, visitors test the “My kid could make that” claim heard at contemporary art museums.
It’s contemporary America’s relationship with nature presented at its most extreme and bizarre.