More than 300 artists in 24 buildings, mostly in St. Paul’s Lowertown, will open their studios for the semiannual ritual of display and divestment.
Updated: October 03, 2013, - 03:05 PM
Recently restored, hand-colored Audubon engravings from a later, almost equally rare, edition of “Birds of America" are featured in a new two-part exhibition opening this week at the Bell Museum.
Updated: September 27, 2013, - 03:31 PM
The polar explorer shows a little-known facet of his career in a show at Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Updated: September 27, 2013, - 08:56 AM
Widely acclaimed for his lush landscapes of southern Minnesota, Marine on St. Croix painter Tom Maakestad made a dramatic turn in his current show, inspired by aerial views of rural topography.
Updated: September 26, 2013, - 02:21 PM
Minnesota painter Jim Dryden uses abstract gestures in various tones and shapes to honor Georg Cantor. Plus a new show of work by Kenneth Steinbach.
Updated: September 19, 2013, - 03:19 PM
With his “Spoonbridge and Cherry,” New York-based artist Claes Oldenburg gave Minneapolis a photogenic icon with astonishing staying power. But there's more to the artist than that work.
Updated: September 19, 2013, - 03:10 PM
The museum unveiled seven new pictures by marquee names — including a $4.5 million painting by J.M.W. Turner and a rare Gauguin — plus a $1.1 million gallery in which to show them.
Updated: September 17, 2013, - 11:44 AM
Now most famous for “Spoonbridge and Cherry,” Claes Oldenburg will be celebrated with a show featuring other sculptures, notebooks, snapshots, home movies and slide projections that reveal the inner workings of one of the 20th century’s great creative minds. Plus more fall art.
Updated: September 13, 2013, - 03:15 PM
REVIEW: Aside from a few promising pieces, the exhibit part of the biennial is largely a shabby collection of apparently unfinished, unfocused and occasionally sullen detritus.
Updated: September 12, 2013, - 03:08 PM