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The location may have changed, but this Seattle Art Fair satellite event still has its own gravitational force.
The Fair may be about selling art, but the energy it sends through the local art scene is more exciting than just that.
Curators of the show use gallery admission as a lesson in privilege and race.
Untold Passage considers the expressive, unquantifiable aspects of immigration.
Sympathizing with inanimate objects in Amie Siegel’s Interiors.
The Factory’s collaboratory exhibition with Mount Analogue showcases inflatable art.
Step inside and you’ll find yourself somewhere between zero and infinity.
Through the poetry of common objects, Inye Wokoma reveals the webs of reliance under redlining.
A Q&A with Chris E. Vargas, organizer of ‘Trans Hirstory in 99 Objects.’
The whimsical tradition pairs artists with UW students for surprise results.
The month-long leftist festival offers interesting perspectives on art and politics–but who is showing up?
Satpreet Kahlon’s curatorial debut inspects the devaluation of handicraft and motherhood.
An exhibition about hypnotherapy and other water sports.
Mejor Vida Corp, an exhibition at Hedreen Gallery, offers products and services for free.
At Gallery4Culture, three artists realize Seattle’s real-estate nightmare.
If artists truly hope to resist Trumpism, they must confront the ways they’re already failing.
“C.M. Dreamland” pays homage to the surreal Nintendo character through painting and installation.
Get $250 to develop your own comic, or pay $120 to get local comics delivered to your door.
The Yellow Fish // Epic Durational Performance Festival is testing temporal limits once again.
The human back is the star of this beguiling new exhibition.