Category: Barrick Museum
‘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
Why is there a pile of candy on the floor?
A Félix González-Torres piece is on loan to the Barrick
Draw your own
Barrick Museum intern Lauren Dominguez wants to introduce you to seldom-seen artworks by asking you to recreate them
What is a thread anyway?
A group exhibition at the Barrick highlights textiles by artists of color from Las Vegas and around the US
How Nevada’s two university art museums survived the pandemic
Lance Smith’s imagery is a toolkit for decolonization
A close-up read by a longtime friend
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
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
Not your grandfather’s landscapes
Mikayla Whitmore is trying to figure out exactly how much space to take up as a young, queer woman artist. More power to her.