Inside a years-long effort to show a millennium’s worth of art by Native American women.
The works on view at Brad Kahlhamer: A Nation of One and Bowery Nation + Hawk + Eagle mingle the artist’s unapologetic storytelling with festivals of image, text, line, and color.
In Yes, and the body has memory, a group of women photographers grapples with notions of trauma, family, ancestral connections, and the female body.
Every year, the Minnesota State Fair offers a prized blue ribbon to the artist who can make the coolest picture from seeds of commonly grown crops.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota — Julie Buffalohead envisions a world filled with tutu-wearing raccoons, sassy rabbits, and other anthropomorphic animals.
DULUTH, Minn. — It was a magnificent sight when it first launched. Floating 20 feet from shore, Sean Connaughty’s “Ark of the Anthropocene” seemed to glow on the dark waves of Lake Superior, drawing on real science, Biblical narrative, and science fiction all at once.
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?