The Utah Museum of Fine Arts presents artworks that make visible the quality and inequality of what we breathe.
Ideal Home captures the disorientation of a moment in which environmental crises have pierced the domestic sphere.
Since the discovery of natural gas reserves near Nine Mile Canyon two decades ago, conservationists have found themselves at odds with regional energy companies.
David Rios Ferreira and Denae Shanidiin join forces to bring awareness to the plight of Indigenous women and girls, and LGBTQ+ individuals.
Granary Arts brings contemporary art, international discourse, and a different lens into a traditional landscape.
The exhibition is a compelling, if at times dissonant, examination of the formal and material possibilities at the heart of abstraction.
An active shooting range prompts artwork about the environment.
Caldiero’s language experiments are rooted in the land and anchored in his body, at the junction between his brain and his larynx.
The Bureau of Land Management said the defaced boulder would “never be the same.”
“Black Refractions,” a touring exhibition now at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, throws into vivid relief the state’s shameful record on race.
The gawking fascination with the Utah obelisk taps into larger, fundamental behavioral problems that are holdovers from colonizing the frontier.
In From Dust Cara Despain lays bare that dark chapter of US history when the government tested nuclear weapons on its own soil.