Art Review

“If You Could Diagram Dreams, They Would Look Like This”

Master draftsman Fred Birchman shows fanciful new drawings and sculpture at Francine Seders Gallery.

06/11/2013 By Sheila Farr

Art Walk

Art After-Hours: Where to Go This First Thursday

Museums are free, galleries stay open late. So...many...choices.

05/02/2013 By Sheila Farr

Art Review

A Knockout Tribute to Alden Mason at Wright Exhibition Space

New exhibit Alden Mason: In Memoriam 1919-2013 hits the high points of the artist’s work from 1970 on.

04/30/2013 By Sheila Farr

Art Review

The Vogel Collection at Seattle Art Museum: “We Were Obsessed”

A New York postal worker and a librarian spent much of their income on the 20th-century’s most challenging art—50 works now belong to SAM.

03/19/2013 By Sheila Farr

Art Review

The Henry's New Exhibit Asks: What Is Beauty?

Beauty is in the eye of the photographer in this exhibit brimming with iconic images.

03/05/2013 By Sheila Farr

Art Review

"Akio Takamori's Women Are Round"

The female body is the Seattle sculptor's landscape in his latest entrancing exhibition.

02/26/2013 By Sheila Farr

Exhibit

The Smithsonian's Art of Video Games, Now at EMP

Explore 40 years of pixelated playable art, from Mario to Mass Effect.

02/14/2013 By Cassandra Callan

Pop Art

Star Wars Art Show Asks: Who Shot First?

True fans have an answer to this incredibly vague question.

12/12/2012 By Cassandra Callan

Art Review

BAM Has the Season's Must-See Art Shows

A collection of Japanese bamboo art is awe inspiring, while BAM Biennial 2012 features top regional artists.

12/11/2012 By Sheila Farr

Article

Affordable Art Fair Arrives in Seattle

Fifty galleries will sell their wares at Seattle Center’s Exhibition Hall, with prices ranging from $100 to $10,000. Trust funds not required.

10/12/2012 By Laura Dannen

Slideshow

Slide Show: Fall Arts 2012

08/18/2012

Gallery Opening

Bilinear Art Gallery Opening at Seattle Design Center

Celebrate Bilinear’s new space while mixing and mingling with Seattle’s art community.

07/16/2012 By Seattle Met Staff

Article

Spring Arts 2012: Then and Now

The lasting cultural legacy of the 1962 World’s Fair was the city’s new civic hub, Seattle Center, home to world-class opera, ballet, theater, art—and a visit from King Tut—then, and now.

01/21/2012 By Laura Dannen With Allie Oosta and Brian Colella

Ticket Alert

Gauguin and Polynesia Tickets On Sale at SAM

A troublesome artist goes tropical in this winter’s biggest exhibit.

11/14/2011 By Allison Williams

Fashion Show

Slideshow: Nordic Fashion Biennale at Nordic Heritage Museum

See symposium and exhibit designers and get links to their work.

08/22/2011 By Laura Cassidy

Stylish Art

See It: Mad Homes

A reason for fashion consumers to get arty before August 7.

07/28/2011 By Laura Cassidy

Destination

Maryhill Museum of Art Is Worth a Trip

Beside the Big River highlights life along the Columbia.

07/06/2011 By Abby Tracy

Visual Art

Examine the Beauty and Bounty of America at Seattle Art Museum

Just in time for the Fourth of July, 19th-century landscape paintings that show all our purple mountain majesties.

06/30/2011 By Laura Dannen

Art in the 21st Century

Your Ticket to 17 of the World’s Best Museums

Google digitizes artwork at the Tate, the Met, MoMA, Uffizi, and more.

02/08/2011 By Laura Dannen

Article

BAM’s Indulge Jewelry Marketplace

This weekend: Bellevue museuem hosts second annual marketplace of art for your neck. And fingers. And wrists.

02/03/2011 By Sarah Hirsch