Minneapolis won’t be getting any new public art next year if the city’s mayor gets her way.
MINNEAPOLIS — It takes real brass for a painter to revisit geometric abstraction and color theory at this point in the art historical game, but Ruben Nusz is no dilettante in that generations-long conversation.
CHICAGO — The Midwest is no place for haters, slackers, and anyone who can’t admit that they secretly love hot dogs and regularly daydream about living on a farm, or at least somewhere in the woods.
The Star-Tribune has the story of how Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota purchased a treasure trove of American art accumulated by dance legend Merce Cunningham. The stash “includes at least 150 major objects and perhaps thousands of smaller items,” according to the newspaper.
A Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) billboard for the upcoming Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting exhibition got a little wardrobe change earlier this week. The question is, who did it? A street artist or the MIA’s PR team? Wait … what?