Exhibits

Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas’ ‘Carpe Fin’ Tells Its Story at Seattle Art Museum

Commissioned by SAM, the new piece is a 6-by-19-foot watercolor mural condensing a Haida folktale into one immense color-drenched panel

This article appears in print in the November 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. Sensing an affinity between the iconography of his First…

Gavin Borchert

Seattle Fall Arts Preview: Inside the New Burke Museum

The new Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture invites visitors to interact with the cultures and objects that document our world

Rendering of the new Burke Museum’s lively lower lobby

Gwendolyn Elliott

National Nordic Museum Photo Exhibit Is a Must-See for Pop Culture and History Buffs

A soon-to-close exhibit showcases the powerful lens of Swedish photographer Hasse Persson

IRON FIST: President Nixon was one of many political and pop cultural figures captured on camera by Swedish photojournalist Hasse Persson; an exhibit of his work is at the National Nordic Museum

Gavin Borchert

7 Must-See Seattle Museums

Notable works and artifacts at must-visit museums

John Grade’s “Middle Fork” at the Seattle Art Museum

Chris Robinson

Behind-the-Scenes With MoPop’s Fashion Exhibit Curators

Internationally acclaimed creative duo Sofia Hedman and Serge Martynov talk about 'A Queen Within,' their creative process and what’s ahead for the fashion industry

Regardless of your personal interest in the fashion industry, one fact is certain: What we wear can be a reflection…

Andrew Hoge

A MOHAI Exhibit Explores Seattle’s Fashion History

It's not all about flannel and Gore-Tex

From left to right: one-piece ski suit (1980s), silk evening gown (1937), wool ski ensemble (about 1948)

Gavin Borchert

MoPop’s New Haute Couture Exhibit Is Fit for a Queen

The new exhibit features fashion objects, garments and photos

PATTERN PLAY: MoPop’s new exhibit features fashion objects, garments and photos, including fashion photographer Omar Victor Diop’s 2013 print, “Aminata”

Gavin Borchert

Is It Art? Is It a Book? Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Says Yes to Both in Its New Exhibit

Celebrate art made from books at 'Open Sesame! The Magic of Artist's Books Revealed'

IN THE FOLD: A detail from Nebraska artist Karen Kunc’s 2016 accordion-style handmade paper book, LandEscape, part of the exhibit at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Gavin Borchert

Jimi Hendrix Exhibit Reveals Early Sparks of Creativity

His early drawings reveal a bent toward psychedelia (and a love for Husky football)

Young Jimmy Hendrix with his father, James “Al” Hendrix, in Seattle circa 1945

Gavin Borchert