Ushio Shinohara expresses anger, sex and sorrow with striking color use. Photo: Steve Olpin of SOLPIN FILMS
The crowd was different that cold Friday evening in January. The Sundance Film Festival raged on, bringing Park City folks to Salt Lake and to CUAC’s Shinohara opening. The brightly lit gallery, despite its stark interior, felt inviting and warm, full of life and art. Vivid, large tableaus decorated the walls. Quirky sculptures were sprinkled throughout. For those who don’t know, this opening is a big deal for the local art world. So, if you were too busy hibernating (no judgment) to attend the opening, be sure to check it out.