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Favela, known for his piñata-inspired works in tissue paper and cardboard will be part of State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now.
Cuban artist spent six months in prison after protesting censorship by the government.
Roadrunners delivers a barbed commentary on the soulless public sculpture currently decorating Valley roadways.
"It's all about balance," she says.
Couper uses Las Vegas the way Las Vegas uses culture.
Japanese dance, sound installations and stories.
A seamless integration of ideas (and props) under the umbrella of maps, mazes and mysteries.
Locals Todd VonBastiaans and Bryan McCarthy are underwriting a two-week August engagement at Art Square.
Marionette artist Scott Land's work has scored him film credits (yes, including Team America) and a meeting with the Dalai Lama.
The local artist recreates today's text messages in neon signage.
Think of it almost as the absence of presence.
This year it's all about maps, mysteries and mazes.
“We will capitalize on this time to take First Friday to the next level.”
Opening June 5, the exhibit features re-created narratives, imagined moments or ideas about the continuum of evolution.