Category: Barrick Museum

Rethinking land art at the Barrick

'Modern Desert Markings' is a beautiful exercise in how we carry ideas forward and prevent them from stagnating

/ July 5, 2023

‘Notes For Tomorrow’ reflects a new global reality

This collaboratively curated show, now at the Barrick, looks into the future using the past as touchstones

/ December 3, 2022

Why is there a pile of candy on the floor?

A Félix González-Torres piece is on loan to the Barrick

/ April 5, 2022

Draw your own

Barrick Museum intern Lauren Dominguez wants to introduce you to seldom-seen artworks by asking you to recreate them

/ January 31, 2022

What is a thread anyway? 

A group exhibition at the Barrick highlights textiles by artists of color from Las Vegas and around the US

/ May 3, 2021

Sister act

How Nevada’s two university art museums survived the pandemic

/ January 11, 2021

Nevada’s social justice art, Part 2

Films in Elko, paintings in Reno, a virtual show + a new festival in Las Vegas

/ October 21, 2020

Exploring ‘the unseen pyramid of privilege’

Ashley Hairston Doughty's show at UNLV is a diary of life as a 30-something Black woman in America

/ September 17, 2020

Nevada’s art museums are cleared to open, but don’t rush their doors just yet

Meanwhile, their virtual pandemic programs are helping them reach longstanding accessibility goals

/ May 29, 2020