Season Preview: Nudes, a Biennial, and Video Art on Tap for SMoCA
Kiki Smith's Untitled (Sleeping Witch) brings fairy tales to life.
Courtesy of the artist and The Pace Gallery.
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art recently unveiled the full list of offerings for its 2011-2012 season, and the lineup is a bit of a departure from recent shows.
One of the most prominent -- and outspoken -- artists on SMoCA's upcoming roster is Kiki Smith, the noted feminist artist and daughter of late architectural designer Tony Smith.
Find out what else is on tap at SMoCA after the jump.
Kirsten Everberg is one of the only painters on board at SMoCA this season.
LA Mill, courtesy of the artist and 1301 PE.
The 2011-2012 season starts with the annual People's Biennial, a somewhat controversial exhibition that pushes the boundaries of what separates "art" from "craft."
Peter Sarkisian's Registered Driver is a clever merging of modern technologies.
Courtesy of I-20 Gallery.
And if all that isn't pushing the boundaries, the season concludes with a five-person group exhibition that involves the premiere of a new musical composition by Judd Greenstein.
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