METHOD‘s decision in the last year to show only installation art was a brilliant one. The work has been diverse, thoughtful and detailed. Julia Freeman‘s ambitious The Will to Synchronize is all of the above.
Hoedemaker Pfeiffer Gallery, the latest addition to the Georgetown art scene, is currently home to one of the most brilliantly curated shows I’ve seen in Seattle this year. Curator Sharon Arnold of Bridge Productions conceived
Manuel Alvarez Bravo came of age during the long and bloody Mexican Revolution. Some revolutions can easily be explained as a war between two distinct factions. Not the Mexican Revolution, which was marked by constantly
A new month means new shows in Pioneer Square and downtown Seattle. For First Thursday Art Walk, we’re recommending an art party marathon, three new solo shows, and two shows continuing from last month. We
Artist Sofie Knijff is not singular in her use of photography to both evoke and reconsider classical portraiture. Her subjects pose in ways befitting of the ancien regime, in minimal costumes that also evoke such
The wood sculptures and miniature paintings of Humaira Abid are uncanny, beautiful, clever. But at her first solo museum show, Searching for Home at Bellevue Arts Museum, the salient word is “defiant.” Western culture loves