Category: Reviews

Collected Echos

This past third Friday I was particularly impressed with the show “Collected Echos” on view at the Halt gallery featuring artworks by Patricia Sannit and Rossitza Todorova. I…

Stergar and Clark

Two recent MFA shows from the Harry Wood Gallery. Paintings by Matthew Clark up this week and sculptures by Emily Stergar. The paintings reference a Lego maze game…

Keep Shopping

Sebx’s thesis show is now up at the Harry Wood Gallery through Friday.  This is exciting because it’s the first Intermedia show we’ve had since Natalia’s a year…

Intermedia BFA Senior Show

Just hopped by the Intermedia Senior Show and saw this piece by Nina.  The aesthetics really stood out to me.  It’s right on the right when you enter…

I love planes

So naturally I like Bryon Darby’s recent MFA thesis exhibition.  His Plane Wall reminded me of the photos I used to take at Castle Island in Boston. There…

2 Shows up now in Phoenix

I went to several shows first friday, but two stuck out in my mind. First, the Mixed Emotions show at the Stark Gallery in the Xavier Prep school….

Astronomy Cast

During the five day move-toArizona drive I took last year I started listening to a special podcast called Astronomy Cast. I started at the beginning and would listen…

Full Walls, Empty Galleries

Who do you go to for current views on the contemporary gallery scene?  This guy. Interview for The State Press Magazine article on the role of ASU Art…

Nathan Lewis

Nathaniel Lewis‘s Thesis show happened earlier this month, and it was by far the best show I have ever seen in the Harry Wood Gallery.  Let me take…

PLAY: a hands on exhibit by Ellie Richards

Sadly this show has already closed, but it was a blast while it was up.  There was a great irony between this show at Step Gallery and the…

Allison Sweet at Five15 Arts

In the spirit of continuing my tradition of being involved with public porn whenever I move to a new place, be it the “feminist” SexPDX Festival in Porland…

Two Design Manuals

“The Nature of Design” by David Orr and “Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community” by Wendell Berry are not so much ecology books as they are calls to arms….