Category: Las Vegas

What the Fluxus?

A group show curated by Yasmina Chavez follows in the footsteps of the 20th-century movement that (still) pranks our notions of art

/ December 19, 2023

Thrift drones

Joseph DeLappe, a former UNR art professor now in Scotland, collected thrift store art for a series critiquing U.S. military policies. He just released them back into Las Vegas-area thrift stores.

/ November 24, 2023

Better than words

‘Hija/e/o/x(s) de Su—’ at Nuwu Art Gallery shows in pictures and objects what we can learn from the children of immigrants

/ November 14, 2023

No more Native sidekicks

In Theo Tso's comic books, Captain Paiute is always the hero

/ August 15, 2023

Deeply compelling transgressions

Audrey Barcio's feminist abstractions

/ August 8, 2023

Bound for Scotland

A group of UNLV art students is slated to perform in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

/ July 24, 2023

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

Radiant return

Justin Favela is one of Las Vegas's biggest creative exports. His solo exhibition at Nuwu is something of a homecoming.

/ May 4, 2023

Context on context

The new immersive show Transfix is a genuine blast. It also raises a probing question about how we frame discussions of art.

/ April 28, 2023

Vegas vanguard

Anthony Bondi, first known for collages of Sin City archetypes, is remixing in 3D these days

/ April 27, 2023