Art Nerd City Guides: New York · Los Angeles

Media and the Fair

Brenna Murphy

The much-anticipated, wildly hyped Seattle Art Fair blasted by like a comet. Pro tip: the next time you find yourself at an art fair, wear tennis shoes, or at least […]

Reality Check: Rodrigo Valenzuela and Ghosts, Monuments, Labor & Time

Hedonic Reversal #3

I’m walking through an unnamed zone between Belltown and South Lake Union, a tabula rasa. Somewhere skirting the edge of Denny Way, the sidewalk’s closed ahead, so I’m standing in […]

Through the Looking Glass, or Ten from 2014

When We Get There

Work that emerges in mysterious ways; work that’s going to piss some people off, gross some people out, convolute the issue, or all of the above. Definitely work that’s trend-damning;  […]

PRATT Fine Arts Center to offer Alchemy Classes

PRATT Fine Arts Center announced today that it has added an alchemy class to its fall class schedule.  Ordinarily a class wouldn’t be offered with such short notice but it […]

AMDEF- Rowdy, Raw, and Highly Recommended

It’s that time of year again when AMDEF pulls out all of the stops and shoves spectacle forcefully down the throats of a willing audience.  A bit brash, but it starts […]

Dear Diary: Olivia Knapp

If you weren’t out art walking on Capitol Hill last night then it is likely that you missed some of the most spectacular drawings that I’ve ever laid eyes on. […]

How to Fill Two Shelves

Joe Rudko and Kelly Bjork live in a charming classic brick apartment building a few blocks off of Broadway Avenue on Capitol Hill in Seattle.  The floors of their apartment are scuffed […]

Copious Consumption and Assholes

As I write this I am listening to Jay-Z’s Picasso Baby and have been googling all sorts of performance references from articles written by CityArts’ Amanda Manitach and The Stranger’s […]

Things You Won’t Find at TMRW Party’s Penis Envy Show

Yeah you read that correctly, we’re talking about penises on Art-Nerd, AGAIN.  As all of you may know, or should know, the TMRW Party Collective is hosting its inaugural exhibition, […]

Pirating the High Seas of Culture Consumption

Next up in the NW Film Forum’s Live at the Film Forum series is something called Pirate Cinema.  The show is a live performance event adapted from an installation by French […]