Nanda Sharif-pour discusses her use of living plants, soil, and video in her work from her Las Vegas, Nevada greenhouse.
Laurence Myers Reese
Core Contemporary in Las Vegas, under the direction of Nancy Good, focuses on local artist standbys and self-taught outsider artists in exhibition themes ranging from gun violence to queer aliens.
In Forgotten Artifacts at Core Contemporary, Las Vegas artists, Las Vegas artists show cast-metal sculptures evoking a landscape without humans.
Live in America features under-recognized Southwest cities, such as Albuquerque, Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, El Paso, Texas, and Las Vegas, Nevada, in a debut performance festival in Northwest Arkansas.
AH’-WAH-NEE brings together Indigenous women artists throughout the Southwest for an exhibition about feminine Indigeneity at Donna Beam Gallery at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The Bullfrog Biennial contrasts contemporary art with the landscape of the desert in rural Beatty, Nevada, about 120 miles from Las Vegas.