Many know this fearless tattoo and poster artist for his raunchy gibes at Amazon and Seattle gentrification through his guerrilla art (like the now infamous Woo Girls posters) around the city.
Seattle-based First Nations artist Storme Webber’s Casino: A Palimpsest explores the pre-Stonewall queer history of Pioneer Square with a multidisciplinary collection of photography, poetry, narrative writing, performance, installation and beyond,
The Henry presents the first major exposition of artist Doris Totten Chase (1923–2008), known for her large kinetic public sculptures.
More than 50,000 bus and light rail riders will get a better view on their daily commute when 50 local, national and international artists give two miles of the SoDo transit corridor a permanent mural makeover in a project produced by 4Culture.
Although trained as a photographer, Zwick works in printmaking, large-scale installations, wearable sculptures, painting and interactive video installations.
Bowie’s official photographer, Mick Rock, shares 65 photographs that show Ziggy Stardust’s journey from inception to live performance, with rare images of backstage life.
More than 50 artists from around the world show off their art of piercing and cutting—transforming paper, rubber, plastic and metal into extraordinarily exquisite forms.
The 30 or so pieces in this exhibit showcase artists who explore relationships in space, geometry and buildings.
More than a dozen native artists sell their wood carvings, basketry, jewelry, graphic designs and metalwork and give demonstrations.
As Edo (Tokyo) became a boomtown with a million citizens between 1603 and 1868, people partied with courtesans, picnicked under cherry trees and lived for the moment. Relive it through these pictures.