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Mounting a show about gold and superficiality in Las Vegas was perhaps compromised from the outset
Why you’ll see a small crowd rolling into Trifecta Gallery at what used to be closing time.
A glimpse at varying styles of Japanese artists (known and relatively unknown).
Sweeping panoramas of the vast, textured Nevada landscape and its water challenges.
Oh, and there's a kickass food festival coming up, too.
Beckmann pulls us upward into endless blue skies, with welcoming sunlight on the other side of a watery surface.
The Bitters' songs are sudden and powerful, mathematically precise and terrifically decimating.
Pfannerstill creates an artifact representing time and place,
Weekly recently awarded the space the 2013 Weekly Award for Best New Gallery.
Clint Jenkins' portraits will keep you lingering.
Rather than the dreamlike or deserted, almost post-apocalyptic landscapes in Dali’s paintings, Cheung’s animals (in this specific exhibit) are set into the angular, well-lit interior ...
Renewed interest in Neo-Expressionist painting bodes well for Biscuit Street Preacher.
Twelve artists delve into the philosophical, political, opium-induced, pop-cultural and sci-fi-inspired means of getting around.
The Diversified exhibition has a safe, almost tamped-down feel.
JW Caldwell ran through a mental list of artists whose work he admired, then focused on unusual materials and unconventional methods of making art.