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Visual Art | Sweet Indulgence: Springville hosts a high-calorie retrospective on modern-art master Wayne Thiebaud

By Cara Despain
POSTED // Apr 16,2008 - “I’m not going to talk about art, because I don’t know what that is,” said the man whose work is among the most noteworthy modern art of the 20th century. What an opening statement for an artist of his stature to deliver. On March...

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Visual Arts | Face to Face: Suflita’s portraits take on unique contextual meaning

By Cara Despain
POSTED // Mar 19,2008 - Any string, particle, mark or individual viewed in isolation appears very different from the large form of which it is a component. Lines coalesce to make a drawing; people make a group. Jennifer Suflita’s exhibition of etchings and drypoint prints...

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Visual Art | Highway 89 Revisited: Utah artists travel the length of State Street for inspiration

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Feb 27,2008 - With the rich visual tapestry that is the state of Utah, painters have depicted the width and breadth of the state’s scenery with a broad brush. A new group show at Art Access Gallery takes on the rather ambitious task of creating a comprehensive...

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Visual Art | Goddess Bless: Olivia Glascock takes on religious iconography from a matriarchal perspective

By Ed Richards
POSTED // Feb 27,2008 - Artistic expression has always held an important place throughout history. However, it is the expression of history that holds an important place in the works of Salt Lake City artist Olivia Celine Glascock. Using gold leaf as her canvas, Glascock creates...

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Visual Art | Work in Progress: The Temporary Museum of Permanent Change chronicles a city in flux

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jan 23,2008 - As anyone who sucks our inversion-laden air already knows, a sizeable chunk of Salt Lake City’s historic downtown recently has succumbed to the wrecking ball of progress. What may be news is that one helluva museum—with a fluid footprint extending...

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Visual Art | Politically Curate: Sundance’s New Frontier on Main captures current concerns in a variety of ways

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jan 16,2008 - It’s not like there’s simply one glaring question staring you down when you attempt to curate an art installation for a major international film festival. This year’s New Frontier on Main curator Shari Frilot faced a number of dilemmas...
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