FEB 13 - JUL 25
Visibility, Data, and the Monitoring Gaze
FEB 13 - APR 11
Institutions that Oppose, Support and Expand
FEB 13 - MAR 7
FEB 13 - APR 18
The databank as a cybernetic Panopticon
FEB 3 – MAR 28
Weaving relationships as a mechanism of human experience
DEC 12 - JAN 17
The Authentic vs The Mass Produced
DEC 12 - JAN 17
Part 5 in the Cultural Cartographies Series
OCT 17 - DEC 6
Colliding narratives of identity and destruction.
SEP 19 - MAR 14
Re-imaging the .gif as a form of artistic expression
AUG 29 - SEP 12
Collaborative Exquisite Corpse Drawing Experience
AUG 29 - OCT 4
The square and the round world, by certain inclination, unite.
AUG 29 - OCT 4 Part 3 in the Cultural Cartographies Series
MAY 16 - JAN 17
Mapping man-made interventions in contemporary landscapes
JUN 27 - DEC 20
Framing Utah heritage through the lens of Danish contemporary art
JUN 27 - AUG 16
Everything that came before this was practice. Everything that comes after this is progress.
JUL 11 - AUG 23 Part 2 in the Cultural Cartographies Series
OCT 17 - NOV 29
Part 4 in the Cultural Cartographies Series
OCT 17 - JAN 10, 2015 The acts of adding and removing water as catalysts for generative works
MAR 14 – MAY 10
Reimaging sublime landscapes as blueprints of impermanence.
MAY 16 - JUN 28
Part 1 in the Cultural Cartographies Series
MAY 16 - SEP 27
A group exhibition that offers alternative representations of the U.S./Mexico border
DEC 6 – FEB 22
A site-specific installation that explores the space between architecture and gravity.
OCT 4 – NOV 23
Artist-In-Residence Group Show
OCT 4 – JAN 4
Solo exhibition for the recipient of the 2013 Catherine Doctorow Prize for Contemporary Painting
DEC 6 – JAN 4 (Extended till JAN 11)
An installation by SLC’s next generation of digital media artists
JAN 17 – MAY 31
A compilation of do-it-yourself projects and installations instructed by renowned contemporary artists
JAN 17 – APR 26
First full-scale retrospective into the creative genius of cult filmmaker Trent Harris
AUG 16 – NOV 23
A group show that explores spatial relationships and imagined environments
JUL 5 – SEP 21
An exhibition about conceptual landscaping and natural configurations.
JUN 14 – SEP 7
A survey of aesthetic structures and systematic process.
MAY 3 – JUN 8
A selection of screen tests by Andy Warhol.
MAY 10 - DEC 14
Celebrating the diversity of Utah’s cultural landscape.
MAY 10 – AUG 1
Visual palindromes reflecting the circular nature of beginnings and endings.
JAN 18 – APR 20
Analogital is an exhibition of international artists who engage with concepts generated from the transitional space between analogue and digital.
MAR 1–JUN 15
A survey about the workplace as a total medium.
MAR 1–APR 27
Social codes and cultural structures act as a raw material as artist Ana Prvacki turns the rituals of hospitality into a theater of performance.
JAN 4 – APR 20
Elegant sculptures that intersect ideas of the outdoor industry and the tradition of modernism and sublime in the landscape.
DEC 7 – FEB 23, 2013
Curated By Triple Candie, Of The Siren and The Sky is an exhibition on the career of Siren Bliss.
NOV 2 – FEB 23, 2013
Site-specific installations using construction flagging tape, mathematical calculations, and color theory.
OCT 5, 2012 – JAN 5, 2013
Artists who critically engage with the discourse of visual culture and gender studies.
SEP 7 - DEC 21, 2012
Entities, obsessions, legends and lore from various local cultures .
Oct. 5- Nov. 24, 2012
A special exhibition coinciding with the 2012 American Presidential Election.
JUL 6-OCT 20, 2012
Lara Jo Regan’s photographic oeuvre that spans more than a decade.
JUN 5 – JUL 28, 2012
Christian Jankowski allows the viewer to become a fly on the wall, observing as a distinguished panel of representatives from the Vatican engage in the process of casting actors in the role of Jesus Christ.
JUN 15 – 30, 2012
Artist Luke Jerram’s international sidewalk sensation.
MAY 4 – AUG 18, 2012
Images depicting the exuberant youth culture oblivious to the dangers posed by rocks and water.
AUG 3 – SEPT 29, 2012
Los Angeles-based artist Alex Israel uses Hollywood as a material to produce videos, objects, performances, and installations.
An uncommon dinner party in which guests are the subject, the art, and the artist.
Cantastoria is an exploration of how contemporary artists from around the world communicate histories and societies in varying media, sharing information through languages, song, storytelling, and lyricism.
APR 6 - MAY 19, 2012
A blend of performance, community outreach and installation art to create a sobering commentary about the scale of hunger in the United States.
MAR 2- MAY 5, 2012
An exhibition of video works where form mimics function and meaning becomes the action itself.
MAR 2 - JUN 23, 2012
A multigenerational group of artists, architects, designers, scientists, filmmakers and writers reconceive of the fax machine as a thinking and drawing tool.
JAN 20- MAY 19, 2012
Film, art, and new media technologies converge to push the boundaries of storytelling and the moving image.
FEB 25 - MAY 19, 2012
A documentary exploration of the inquiries, doubts and reservations of a generation of men.
JAN 6 - APR 21, 2012
A meditation on the relationship between meaning and language.
JAN 24 - MAR 24, 2012
Cooperate. Communicate. Collaborate. Buzz words of the 21st Century.
JAN 13-FEB 25, 2012
Kehinde Wiley’s Smile challenges four men to smile directly into the camera’s lens for one full hour.
NOV 4, 2011- FEB 18, 2012
Recipient of the Catherine Doctorow Prize for Contemporary Painting
DEC 2, 2011 - JAN 21, 2012
German artist Mirko Martin’s video, Noir, documents a night during the artist's half-year stay in Los Angeles in 2008.
NOV 4, 2011 – JAN 7, 2012
Neha Choksi's Leaf Fall records a single day's work of stripping a rural peepul tree of all its leaves, save an autumnal sprig at the tip of a single high branch.
OCT 7, 2011 - JAN 7, 2012
An international roster of contemporary women artists who utilize strategies of layered or multiple meanings to address politically, sexually or socially difficult subject matter.
AUG 31 - DEC 17, 2011
Bild references both imagery and construction, as it is the German word for a painting as well as a homophone for “build”.
OCT 7 - NOV 19, 2011
Difficulties and absurdities that confront the pursuit of a creative practice.
AUG 31– NOV 3, 2011
A project in which Jamie McMurray did a performance action every day for the duration of a year.
AUG 31 - OCT 22, 2011
a joint exhibition celebrating the work of eminent Utah artist Doug Snow
JUN 11 – SEP 17, 2011
Fallen Fruit of Utah brings together two types of collections through the common ground of fruit.
JUN 11 - AUG 13, 2011
A salon that encourages new and existing collectors of contemporary art to commission work from a select group of emerging and established artists.
JUN 1 – AUG 27, 2011
Mark Wallinger revisits 70s TV classic series.
MAY 19–JUN 17, 2011
Unsung heroes of public art right here in Salt Lake City get a moment to shine
APR 1 – JUN 1, 2011
Notions of place, history and perception in this mixed media exhibition
APR 8 - JUN 1, 2011
Working with the newly exposed rays of light, the artist will also create a three-dimensional installation in the gallery space.
APR 8 - JUN 1, 2011
The International Sculpture Center exhibition of 2010 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award Competition Winners
APR 15 – MAY 28, 2011
A unique spatial experience within the urban context of Salt Lake City.
JAN 21 - MAR 25, 2011
An exhibition of Sundance Film Festival's New Frontier
JAN 21 - JAN 29, 2011
What does the world look like to teens in 2011?
JAN 21 – MAR 25, 2011
Works on loan from Anthony Pritzker, on behalf of Apple Artworks, LLC.
JAN 21 – MAR 25, 2011
NOV 5, 2010 – JAN 8, 2011
Poptart is an exhibition of new video works by Joshua Aster
OCT 8 – JAN 9, 2011
"Go West, young man, go West and grow up with the country."
SEP 1 – OCT 30, 2010