7 Must-See Art Exhibitions in Metro Phoenix This Spring
Spring officially starts on March 20, but to catch all the great exhibitions this season, you'll want to get started ASAP. From a group show that entrances your senses to a solo exhibition featuring one of our favorite street artists, there's plenty to be excited about in the art scene this spring.
Courtesy the artist and Proyectos Monclova Eduardo Sarabia Painted Memories 4, 2012. Oil on canvas. 55.9 x 78.34 inches.
To help you out, we've compiled a list of our top seven must-see exhibitions taking place across the Valley over the next few months. Get out there and see some art.
You already may have heard the buzz surrounding this show, and we're here to tell you it's warranted. "Moctezuma's Revenge," which opened in January, is the first comprehensive solo exhibition of works by contemporary Mexican-American artist Eduardo Sarabia. The show was curated by Julio Cesar Morales, who has been with the ASU Art Museum for about a year and a half now. During this short time, Morales already has managed to bring in really excellent work. Sarabia's mixed-media pieces are no exception. "Sarabia's exciting new body of work is in perfect dialogue with Arizona," Morales says, "in regard both to the content of the work and to its relationship to the current social climate we are experiencing, from connections to borders, the legalization and trafficking of drugs and identity issues." We love Sarabia's works on canvas, but the larger installation-based pieces in this exhibition are really not to be missed.
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