‘The Last Fifty’ at Alice Gallery

Utah Arts Museums has opened the exhibition “The Last Fifty: Modern and Contemporary Works from the Utah State Fine Art Collection” in the Alice Merrill Horne Gallery, located inside the Glendinning Mansion. The show runs through Feb. 8, and gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Glendinning Mansion is located at 617 East South Temple in Salt Lake City.

“The Last Fifty” is a selection of works by Utah artists from 1962 to the present. Although there is a chronological sequence apparent in the exhibition, the scope of practice is wide and varied.

“Included in this exhibition are traditional natural and urban landscapes by LeConte Stewart and Richard J. Van Wagoner,” said Margaret Hunt, Director of Utah Arts Museums. “These pieces contrast with works influenced by modernist movements — abstract expressionism, geometric abstraction, minimalism — in the work of Lee Deffebach, Edward Maryon and

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