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Long a hub for Seattle’s visual arts scene, the neighborhood gets an new space this spring with the opening of ARTS at King Street Station.
With reopening galleries joining the old stalwarts, neighborhood’s visual art scene is entering a fresh, thriving era.
The Seattle Art Fair stands out from its peers, but it’s still finding its footing in our tech-driven city.
Seattle museums look to foster a conversation with their spring visual art exhibits.
SAM’s new exhibition examines the life of a popular, panned painter who took humanity as it is.
The link between dominion and design may not be obvious, but the festival hopes to illuminate just that.
The location may have changed, but this Seattle Art Fair satellite event still has its own gravitational force.
Step inside and you’ll find yourself somewhere between zero and infinity.
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.
Bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and more.
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.