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‘Tis the Season for Sophistication at RIZOM

With award-winning fashion and jaw-dropping jewelry, the Belltown boutique is a cornerstone of the neighborhood’s design strip.

Festivities and Perfect Presents Await on Whidbey Island

For holiday shoppers, there is much to buy and see in the village of Langley.

Robert Ernst Marx’s Ambiguous Pairings of Image and Text Are an Antidote to the Meme

CoCA’s exhibition of the artist’s distorted faces and accompanying quotes invite deep thinking.

With ‘Generativity,’ Suyama Space’s End Transforms into a Meditation on Fecundity

Fernanda D’Agostino’s interactive installation is a fitting farewell for the gallery.

At the Seattle Design Festival, Everyone’s a Designer (Even if They Don’t Know It Yet)

Anything but a cloistered conference, SDF hopes to change how the public thinks about design.

9e2 Brings Tech and Art Together Again

Fifty years and a continent away, John Boylan’s new multidiscipline series is perfectly at home.

Out of Sight’s Regional Riches

The extensive, locally focused alternative to the Seattle Art Fair is more than worth your while.

SAM’s Enormous, Century-Spanning Printmaking Exhibit Brims With the Grotesque and the Divine

‘Graphic Masters’ hangs Dürer, Goya, and Rembrandt with Picasso, Hogarth, and R. Crumb.

Seattle Weekly’s Art Walk Picks

Our First Thursday highlights, including giant paper heads, Japanese woodblocks and more.

The Seattle Art Fair and Out of Sight Ready a Return

Last year’s debut set the stage for a fitter, artsier affair.

Paul Allen’s Space-Art Exhibition ‘Imagined Futures’ Captures Our Cosmic Folly

Pivot Art + Culture’s new exhibition, Imagined Futures, is drawn from Paul Allen’s collection of outer-space paraphernalia and art. I expected it to be quirky and nostalgic, and it is. I didn’t expect it to be wryly funny, but it is.

What might a future civilization think of artifacts from 20th-century America? That

What might a future civilization think of artifacts from 20th-century America? That is the question at the center of Orange Dust, a series of pseudo-artifacts… Continue reading

August saw the tenth anniversary of James Schlesinger’s 2004 Pentagon study of

August saw the tenth anniversary of James Schlesinger’s 2004 Pentagon study of abuses at Abu Ghraib prison. The anniversary was met with little notice, especially… Continue reading

Different forms of abstraction and action painting have been born over the

Different forms of abstraction and action painting have been born over the past century, but the watery and mysterious Illuvium technique developed by Seattle artist… Continue reading

1. Violet’s Highway by Alex Achaval Neon signage, rodeo culture, pop,

1. Violet’s Highway by Alex Achaval Neon signage, rodeo culture, pop, and fashion merge in the vivid, lurid, and layered portraits by painter Alex Achaval.… Continue reading

Photography has become so ubiquitous and rapidly reproducible—what with smart phones and

Photography has become so ubiquitous and rapidly reproducible—what with smart phones and Instagram—that part of the magic of the image has been lost. Returning it… Continue reading

It’s rare for a boutique to create a complete story about a

It’s rare for a boutique to create a complete story about a place and time with its inventory, but Capitol Hill’s Glasswing does just that… Continue reading

Seattle has plenty of pop-ups, but the best examples are still the

Seattle has plenty of pop-ups, but the best examples are still the Seasonal Pop Ups in our own Nordstrom flagship. Rather than the bazaar-meets-trunk-show admixture… Continue reading

Cairo is not for shoppers who want to rummage through lots of

Cairo is not for shoppers who want to rummage through lots of racks and shelves. The thoughtful selection of vintage clothing and wares at this… Continue reading