Discover Humaira Abid’s “Searching for Home” exhibit at Bellevue Arts Museum and an Andrew Wyeth retrospective at Seattle Art Museum, among other upcoming highlights.
Michael Upchurch is a novelist (“Passive Intruder,” “The Flame Forest”) and frequent book reviewer. He was the Seattle Times’ staff book critic (1998-2008) and general arts writer (2008-2014), before resigning to concentrate on fiction and literary journalism. His reviews have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Washington Post, Oregonian and numerous other publications.
Exhibition at Greg Kucera Gallery showcases artist’s visual oxymorons.
New shows explore interactions with surroundings in very different ways.
Works from three different choreographers chosen by Whim W’Him dancers offer both social commentary and visual delights.
Works of 10 Puget Sound-area artists at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art range from pinhole-camera landscapes to large-scale Polaroids.
Works ranging from ceramics to tapestries by playful Danish designer on display at Nordic Heritage Museum.
In “New People,” Danzy Senna employs harsher but more comical strokes than in her earlier two novels, in which she focused on the fault lines...
Imagination, opulence and whimsy take center stage with eye-boggling 3-D, pool-playing beetles and sly agitprop.