The exhibition features photographs from the State Fine Art Collection. The photographs, primarily taken between the 1970s and 1990s, range from documentary to a more formal language of art-making and composition. “A dialogue between images takes shape through visual symbols and cues amongst private moments, anonymous places and familiar sentiments,” said Margaret Hunt, Director of Utah Arts & Museums. “This creates a rich vocabulary for narrative interpretation. Inherent in the works is a strong sense of time, age and the spaces where they occur.”
“People. Places. Time” features works by Barbara Richards, Barclay W. Hastings, Bonnie F. Schenkenberg, Craig Law, Fred Wright, Jerry Fagerlund, John Schaefer, John Telford, Kent Miles, Kip Harris, Kris D. Garlick, Richard Burton, Rock Thompson, Scot Smith, Scott Peterson and Vinnie Fish.
, which houses the Alice Merrill Horne Gallery, is also home to the main offices of Utah Arts & Museums. The gallery is named after Alice Merrill Horne, founder of the Utah Arts Council. Glendinning Mansion
Images: “Robby” by Rock Thompson, ca. 1977; “American Falls Reservoir on the Snake River,
” by Craig Law, ca. 1991 Idaho
Arts & Museums Utah
Utah Arts & Museums is a division of the Utah Department of Heritage and Arts with a goal to promote innovation in and the growth of
’s arts and culture community. The division provides funding, education, and technical services to individuals and organizations statewide so that all Utahns, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or economic status, can access, understand, and receive the benefits of arts and culture. Additional information on the programs and services can be found at artsandmuseums.utah.gov or by calling 801.236.7555. Utah