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.
Visitors have already started to show up at the site of the unusual, reflective monolith in the remote canyons of Utah.
Myriad theories about the sculpture emerged on the internet, ranging from a secret project by Richard Serra to an alien invasion.
Charges against Madalena McNeil were raised to the level of a first-degree felony due to the District Attorney’s decision to invoke a “gang enhancement” charge against her and seven other protesters who were accused of splashing paint and breaking windows.
An interview series spotlighting some of the creative community members in the US Southwest. Hear from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
The boundary changes for Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments will threaten ancient art and artifacts on millions of acres of previously protected public land.
Rounding out our Sundance coverage, here’s a look at some of the most exciting visual arts-focused films that debuted at the festival.
The federal government rejected the nomination of ancient Moab-area rock art to the National Register of Historic Places. The team of archaeologists plans to resubmit the sites for listing on the registry, though it will take thousands of hours and significant manpower.