Houston-based artist Gabriel Martinez's artworks explore social, political, economic, and historical issues through charged found objects, such as radioactive trinitite.
“Great” Salt Lake No More: How Utah’s Worsening Drought is Inspiring Artistic Reflection and Activism
The depletion of Utah’s Great Salt Lake is a symbol of the state’s worsening water crisis and has, throughout the past few years, inspired a diverse array of artistic responses.
Between Life and Land: Material at Kimball Art Center stuns not by virtue of its star artists, but from those that highlight the wonder and horror of our natural world.
Outriders: Legacy of the Black Cowboy at Harwood Museum of Art in Taos normalizes the Black cowboy past and present.
The decline of the Colorado River through drought and other factors has prompted artists to call attention to this event. Does art have the power, though, to mitigate the crisis?