Art Walkout

Art Gallery Mount Analogue Is Becoming a Magazine

May is the Pioneer Square space’s last month as an art gallery. But the project will live on as a freewheeling print magazine.

04/10/2019 By Stefan Milne

First Thursday

5 Shows to See at April Art Walk

Contorted wires, stark Northwest landscapes, and a visual conversation between photographers and artists.

04/03/2019 By Stefan Milne

Train of Thought

ARTS at King Street Station’s First Show Arrives

The city’s new art space debuts with Yəhaw̓, an exhibit of work from over 200 Native artists.

03/21/2019 By Stefan Milne

Art Review

Get Yourself to the Frye. It’s Full of Excellent Exhibitions.

Four current shows have the art museum brimming with wit and energy.

03/20/2019 By Stefan Milne

First Thursday

6 Shows to See at March Art Walk

An introspective on bodice rippers, three-dimensional photographs, and interactive sculptures.

03/06/2019 By Aly Brady

Arts Notice

Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer Hits SAM Tonight

This survey of Gibson’s work, which includes 15 beaded punching bags, is stunning.

02/28/2019 By Stefan Milne

Presently Preserved

Kobo at Higo Marries Modern-Day Japantown with Its Past

Binko Chiong-Bisbee and John Bisbee reimagined the landmark Higo Variety Store as an art gallery and shop.

02/26/2019 By Rosin Saez

First Thursday

6 Shows to See at February Art Walk

A day-glow group show, jazzy cubism, and tapestries glazed in beeswax.

02/06/2019 By Stefan Milne

Arts Notice

What’s Inside the Weird White Boxes at Third and Virginia?

It’s called Light as a Common Thread and it says it’s an art exhibition.

01/09/2019 By Stefan Milne

First Thursday

5 Shows to See at January Art Walk

Found art and portraits galore.

01/02/2019 By Stefan Milne

Eat With Your Eyes

Froot Captures the Woes of Online Dating and Millennials' Penchant for LaCroix

Artist Genevieve St. Charles returns to the FoodArt Collection gallery on Capitol Hill.

12/18/2018 By Gwen Hughes

Plastic Classicism

Plastic Meets Instagram at Anthony White’s Exhibition

The Greg Kucera Gallery show finds the young artist in elated conversation with art history.

12/18/2018 By Stefan Milne

First Thursday

4 Shows to See at December Art Walk

From two group shows to an intergalactic art collective.

12/06/2018 By Stefan Milne

Art Tech

Art and Commerce Collide at Modernist Cuisine Gallery

Nathan Myhrvold’s food photography gallery, just a block from Pike Place Market, is certainly novel. But it aspires to more.

12/04/2018 By Stefan Milne

Arts Notice

Walk Among Doodles and Watery Tapestries at Two New Exhibits

Annie Morris’s New Work and Carolina Caycedo’s Water Portraits bring different takes on immersion.

11/02/2018 By Stefan Milne

First Thursday

7 Shows to See at November Art Walk

From contemporary dance to Georges Rouault.

10/31/2018 By Stefan Milne

Healing Arts

While the Frye’s Group Therapy Isn’t a Cure-All, It’s Worth a Session

The museum’s new 12-artist show is, unsurprisingly, a bit of a grab bag.

09/19/2018 By Stefan Milne

Light Moves

Artist Maja Petric Creates a Cosmos at MadArt Studio

A satellite to the Borealis festival, the MadArt Studio installation explores connection in many forms.

08/30/2018 By Stefan Milne

Artist Interview

In His Frye Museum Installation, Quenton Baker Finds Lost Voices

The Seattle poet retells the story of a slave ship revolt through erasure poems.

08/14/2018 By Stefan Milne

Figures & Forms

Mickalene Thomas’s and Martha Friedman’s Exhibits at Henry Art Gallery Explore Bodies

Two of the gallery’s current shows take very different looks at human forms.

08/08/2018 By Stefan Milne