Monday, August 10, 2020

From trash to treasure | Double Scoop

For the last three and a half years, Las Vegas teenager Tahoe Mack has been hard at work creating an 18-foot-tall, life-size mammoth...

Matching Picture: Blessings of the blob

“Matching Picture” is a new series on Double Scoop, in which reviewer Josie Glassberg gives an meditative read on a favorite piece. This...

Beauty marks | Double Scoop

“Do you hate looking in the mirror?” I don’t think there is a sentence on the planet that gets to the pain point...

Materials girl | Double Scoop

Svea Ferguson’s show The Felt Works, on view at the Capital City Arts Initiative’s Courthouse Gallery, traffics in a form of sleight-of-hand—or perhaps...

Lost in space | Double Scoop

Recently, the Nevada Museum of Art confirmed what many of us following Orbital Reflector—Trevor Paglen’s satellite sculpture—have been suspecting for awhile now. It’s...

Behind the Neon Line | Double Scoop

Jacobs Entertainment—the Colorado-based developer that purchased much of the neighborhood west of downtown, including the Sands and Gold Dust West casinos—last week installed...

PODCAST: New sculptures in Reno mean different things to different people

S ome call it progress. Some call it gentrification. In July, developer Jacobs Entertainment installed four new Burning Man sculptures in downtown Reno. Depending...

More sculptures announced for Neon Line

Jacobs Entertainment announced today that two large sculptures will be added this fall to its Neon Line, a collection of outdoor art pieces along...
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