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.
Making Art in the Midwest
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.
Walker Art Center Snags Merce Cunningham’s Art Collection
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.
Titian Gets Make-over from PR Team?
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?