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Immortalizing Clutter at The Factory

The Top 11 Things To See at the March 2019 Capitol Hill Art Walk

Sculptures of Precious Junk, Joyful Spring Art, Sad Surreal Ladies, and Other Critics' Picks

Taiji Miyasaka's Sculptures Look Like Planets

Taiji Miyasaka explores light and space in three spheres currently orbiting at MadArt.

The Top 15 Pioneer Square Art Shows to Check Out in March 2019

The Best Shows of The First Thursday Art Walk on March 7 and Beyond

Confusing Conceptual Art at Glassbox Gallery

New Beginnings for Bridge Productions

Jeffrey Gibson's Like a Hammer Strikes Today

Paintings So Colorful You Wish They Would Stain You Forever

Don't miss Nikita Ares's solo show, Sugar Babies Only.

Using Colored Pencils to Transcend the Digital

Gretchen Frances Bennett's drawings of YouTube and Instagram phenomena.

Endman Wants You to Watch Yourself

Oh Shit! Mariane Ibrahim Gallery Is Moving to Chicago!

The Top 11 Things To See at the February 2019 Capitol Hill Art Walk

Beautiful Ghosts, Paintings of Andy Warhol Portraits, Burgerheads, and Other Critics' Picks

Andy Warhol Was Just Okay and I Don't Understand Why People Love Him So Much but These Portraits Look Good

Capitol Hill Art Walk Spotlight: Blake Blanco: I Am Andy Warhol at Cupcake Royale

What's Your Favorite Four-Letter Word?

Capitol Hill Art Walk Spotlight: The Factory's Love is a 4 Letter Word

Black Female Bodies Like You Rarely See Them

The mundane human forms in Tschabalala Self's show at Frye Art Museum.

When Does the Hygge Kick In?

Post-Analog As Fuck With Anthony White and Mount Analogue

Pioneer Square Art Walk Spotlight: Anthony White Curated Ultra Light Beams at Mount Analogue

Remember to Never Eat Shredded Wheat Tomorrow Night

Pioneer Square Art Walk Spotlight: Dori Hana Scherer's Never Eat Shredded Wheat at Glass Box Gallery

The Sensitivity of the Scapegoat

Pioneer Square Art Walk Spotlight: Jite Agbro's /ˈskāpˌgōt/ at Gallery 4Culture

The Top 14 Pioneer Square Art Shows to Check Out in February 2019

The Best Shows of The First Thursday Art Walk on February 7 and Beyond

The Radiating Heat of Sugar Babies Only

Pioneer Square Art Walk Spotlight: Nikita Ares's Sugar Babies Only at Specialist

On Being Black and Blue

Porcelain's Deadly Secrets

An artist's "intervention" at SAM highlights a history hiding behind beautiful objects.

It's OK Not to "Get" Art

There Are No Perks to Being a Wallflower

The Coolest Balls in Seattle (They're Not Jeff Bezos's)

The Alien Alchemy Behind Tuan Nguyen's Paintings

Cherdonna Performs at the Frye Every Day for Three Months Straight

She will be joined by her new dance troupe, DONNA, and the installation includes a giant vagina they will each be birthed from daily.

The Top Nine Things To See at the January 2019 Capitol Hill Art Walk

An "Erotic Cafeteria," New Wave German Posters, Psychedelic Animals, and Other Things to See on January 10

Has Anyone Ever Heard of Anthony White?

Meet Seattle's prodigal son. Again.

The Top 11 Pioneer Square Art Shows to Check Out in January 2019

The Best Shows of the First Thursday Art Walk on Jan 3 and Beyond

An Artist Who Wants Us to Reckon with the Darker Parts of History

Inside Edgar Arceneaux's installation Library of Black Lies, now at Henry Art Gallery.

Who Knew Ass-Eating Could Be Portrayed So Succulently?

And what does it mean to be a fruit?

The Top 11 Things To See at the December 2018 Capitol Hill Art Walk

Ancient Creepy-Crawlies, Butterflies Fighting Forgetfulness, FROOTy Temptations, and Other Things to See on December 13
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