A small but impactful exhibition at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art complicates questions of identity and the canon.
Salt Lake City
What Rights Do Artists Have When Their Work Is Destroyed?
A string of recent mural removals raises important questions about how public artworks are protected and what recourse, if any, exists for artists in the event of their destruction.
Wildfire Ash as a Medium
Meet the artists who use ash and residue from natural disasters to send an urgent message about the environmental calamity unfolding before us.
Mary Toscano Draws a Sense of Foreboding and Loneliness
The artist’s exhibition In Solution is a fitting farewell for Salt Lake City’s Alice Gallery.
In Salt Lake City, Air Is a Concern and an Artistic Medium
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts presents artworks that make visible the quality and inequality of what we breathe.
Plein Air Is a Sobering Reminder of Human Impact on the Environment
From borderlands and elevations to ecology and isolation, curator Aurora Tang brings together artists who work deeply in their regional geographies.
There’s a New Rug-Maker in Town, Habibi
Using the brand name Habibi Bazaar, Utah-based Lebanese American artist Pamela El Gergi modernizes traditional rug-making as a way to stay connected to her heritage.