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The biochemist-turned-painter’s work is an accessible, casual delight.
If artists truly hope to resist Trumpism, they must confront the ways they’re already failing.
The Yellow Fish // Epic Durational Performance Festival is testing temporal limits once again.
The human back is the star of this beguiling new exhibition.
You’ll have to mind the gaps, both in the work and its curation, to get the full picture.
The legacy Seattle artist’s 60-painting series is on display in its entirety at SAM.
The flying buttresses of a gothic cathedral are pistols—the colorful “tiles” of a mosque—bullet casings.
They need our compassion now more than ever, and Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets is here to help.
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Christine Babic’s exhibition at CoCA investigates trauma, transformation, and our shared fates.
To make a personalized sculpture for his customers, the Seattle artist works a while with their shoes.
Five remarkable pieces from one of our favorite local galleries.
With award-winning fashion and jaw-dropping jewelry, the Belltown boutique is a cornerstone of the neighborhood’s design strip.
For holiday shoppers, there is much to buy and see in the village of Langley.
Ideas in the ID.
CoCA’s exhibition of the artist’s distorted faces and accompanying quotes invite deep thinking.
Fernanda D’Agostino’s interactive installation is a fitting farewell for the gallery.
Anything but a cloistered conference, SDF hopes to change how the public thinks about design.
Fifty years and a continent away, John Boylan’s new multidiscipline series is perfectly at home.
The extensive, locally focused alternative to the Seattle Art Fair is more than worth your while.