Arts Opening

Capitol Hill's New Julian Peña Gallery Is Tiny and Audacious

The arts space packs a for-profit gallery, and a nonprofit focused on underrepresented artists, into a compact footprint.

07/17/2020 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

Bang for Your Buck

Cheap Week Seattle: April 6–12

Questlove spins records at Neumos and the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival showcases black filmmakers: the best ways to spend your week without spending much

04/06/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld and Atoosa Moinzadeh

Get Gifty

Holiday Small Works Sale with Art at Seattle Design Center

Seattle Design Center kicks off its annual holiday sale, with galleries hosting small works hand-picked for gifting.

11/19/2013 By Molly Warinsky

Art Review

SuttonBeresCuller: Three Way

The trio of installation artists earns its keep at Greg Kucera Gallery.

07/24/2013 By Sheila Farr

Art Review

Of Trucks and Tranquility: The Paintings of Paul Havas

Woodside/Braseth Gallery honors the late Northwest landscape artist with a show of recent work.

05/07/2013 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 Preview

At 87, Artist David Byrd Is Just Getting Started

With a lifetime of work to show, the New York painter and sculptor makes his gallery debut this week at Greg Kucera.

04/02/2013 By Laura Dannen

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

Art Exhibit

Let There Be LED Lights: The Work of Electronic-Art Wizard Robert Teeple

See his blinking, mind-twisting LED animations at Paper Hammer.

01/08/2013 By Sheila Farr