Category: Las Vegas

Q+A with ASAP Gallery

At Holly Lay and Homero Hidalgo's Las Vegas project space, artists can get as weird as they need to

/ May 23, 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

Grüüp Interview

Four Kiwi artists on their pop-up exhibition, The Desert Sea

/ February 25, 2022

We got to play the saints of Las Vegas

A visiting artist came to encapsulate a city that's all-too-easy to misinterpret. He nailed it.

/ February 17, 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

Through another tough year, Nevada art makers brought their A-game

A look back at 2021: New art spaces, thought-provoking shows, and a whole lot of ingenuity

/ December 31, 2021

The Bullfrog Biennial is coming back to the Goldwell Open Air Museum

It's a chance for artists to 'branch out of their comfort zones,' said co-founder Sierra Slentz

/ October 18, 2021

Proud to be part of Omega Mart

Artist Nancy Good responds to the recent critique

/ October 12, 2021

Omega Mart—maximalism soaked in psychedelia

Here's why it's a lot of fun. And here's why it's a problem.

/ September 30, 2021

The year things got weird

Artists reflect on the chaos and isolation of 2020

/ June 14, 2021