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Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Current Exhibitions

Nina Elder: What Sustains

Sep 1, 2023 – Aug 1, 2024

2023-2024 Art Truck Exhibition Nina Elder What Sustains: Landscapes for Curiosity and Connection How do rocks, trees, and holes in the Earth sustain your daily life? Artist and researcher Nina…

2023 Doctorow Prize Winner: Chie Fueki

Sep 29, 2023 – Jan 6, 2024

The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, in partnership with the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation, is honored to present the winner of the 2023 Catherine Doctorow Prize for Contemporary…

A Greater Utah

Jul 28, 2023 – Jan 6, 2024

↗ View a digital version of the exhibition here. A Greater Utah is an ambitious survey of artists living and working in Utah today. Curated by six leading curators, cultural…

Steven Stallings-Cardenas: Left Time

Jul 28, 2023 – Jan 6, 2024

In Left Time, Steven Stallings-Cardenas combines music and performance as metaphor to examine workers and their labor through a cyclical narrative that focuses on a nondescript drummer (worker). Dressed in…

Alyce Carrier: Cake Stand Altar

Aug 11, 2023 – Jan 6, 2024

In 2018, my sister disappeared for a little less than a year. In that year, I was incessant in my attempt to make sense of her physical and mental absence,…

Artist-in-Training: Head in the Clouds

Sep 1, 2023 – Oct 28, 2023

This student exhibition features work by artists aged 8-14 who participated in the Museum’s Artist-in-Training camp. Throughout the summer, the artists experimented with new mediums, toured current exhibitions, and collaborated…

Ben Sang: Gut Set

Jul 28, 2023 – Oct 14, 2023

“The archive plays a big role in this whole exhibition,” says artist Ben Sang, explaining that the collective body of work functions as “artifacts of an embodied experience of living…

Upcoming Exhibitions

There are no upcoming exhibitions at this time.