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The immersive exhibition at Brett Wesley modulates light and space before the eyes.
A push to have “City” designated as a national monument has begun.
A former sommelier trades in fine wine for fine art
Known for large, hard-edged wall constructions, Ryan reveals a softer, more intimate side at the Downtown space.
Trifecta owner Marty Walsh closes her Arts Factory space, which became a staple of the arts scene for its consistency and quality, at the end ...
Weekly's art critic picks her five favorite shows of the year.
Leggy and feathered bird women, chic and defiant on the harsh landscape.
“We wanted to do a Las Vegas Christmas."
Justin Favela at the Mexican Consulate
Reflecting and Projecting is as much about the process as it is about the end result.
Balancing discrete shapes with analog sensibility.
In our leftovers we all look the same.
Kveck’s fascination with the grotesque surrenders to the sensuality of the beautiful.
“In Mexico every day is the day of the dead, and the day of the disappeared, and the day of the mutilated, and the day ...
Las Vegas artists take on the nonsensical underworld of Lewis Carroll.