Marco Cochrane's "Bliss Dance." a 40-foot dancer from the 2010 Burning Man portfolio., will be installed at The Park, a new district coming to the Strip, reports Vital Vegas.
Clark County Parks and Recreation will soon review exhibit proposals for the Winchester Cultural Center and Clark County Government Center Rotunda galleries’ 2016 - 2017 exhibition season, which runs from October 2016 to September 2017 . The deadline for RFPs is Sunday, February 21, 2016 I Clark County PDF
Las Vegas Weekly on the Barrick Museum's program that is designed to give UNLV faculty a chance to curate exhibits by selecting works buried in collections. "Initiated by Susanna Newbury, assistant professor of contemporary art history, criticism and theory, Barrick’s Teaching Gallery grants access similar to what she had at Oberlin College and later as grad student at Yale."
Dawn-Michelle Baude on Brent Holmes’ "Ignominious Refuse" Winchester Cultural Center gallery I Las Vegas Weekly
Rachel Aston of Las Vegas Review-Journal on graffiti artist "Save Me" who is localizing a trend to paint tags on model trains. "As a legal alternative, it doesn't halt artists from painting real trains, but monetizes their hobby. Some artists take a photo of the real train they painted, then paint the same work on a model train. Like an architect executing his plan, he says." I The RJ
Its the end of "Jubilee" I The R-J
More on the Nevada Museum of Art's launch of a $6.2 million rooftop dubbed Sky Room I RGJ
Some backstory on one of those rural billboards used for The Painted Desert Project I Jetsonorama
In San Francisco, "Listen to this wall" is a minimal conceptual art piece by Rich Hansen, who got some help from
JR I SFWeekly
On the University of Denver campus, murals created by the DU College Republicans, have been getting vandalized I KDVR Denver
The Guggenheim used a ten-point motivational sign to hype a retrospective of Swiss artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss. The original sign was found in a factory in Thailand, says the artists I Brooklyn Street Art
Two murals decorating the old National Stadium in Japan, the main venue for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics , are being revived by architect Kengo Kuma I The Japan News
The Norton Simon's "Duchamp to Pop" explores Duchamp's seismic influence on Pop artists. It opens March 4 I LATimes
"Tijuana's Generation Art: A cultural flowering in this Mexican city of possibilities" I LA Times
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Gallery LA "ups the ante in what's possible at commercial gallery level," says @cmonstah at LATimes
Studies for murals by Hans Hofmann, the influential Abstract Expressionist painter and theorist, are getting attention. Even if the murals were never completed, the Hofmann studies are a lesson on how to read abstract art I INDYWEEK
Hans Hofmann: "Chimbote Mural Fragment of Part II" photo by Doug Young. Courtesy of the Renate, Hans, and Maria Hofmann Trust
Above: "Blue Angel: Between Heaven and Earth" at The Neon Museum's Ne10studio.