Anyone can slap a coat of paint on a piece of furniture or a wooden bowl, but nobody adds the polish of Mark Larson to such projects.
Updated: November 14, 2013, - 02:18 PM
REVIEW: Rummaging through modernist techniques and their own traditions, American Indian artists present distinctive work in two Minneapolis gallery shows.
Updated: November 07, 2013, - 04:10 PM
Artist Camille Gage is taking over the gallery as a showplace for readings, performances, installations and an exhibition exploring our dependence on water and its inspirational, ever-changing beauty.
Updated: November 07, 2013, - 04:08 PM
The Walker’s “9 Artists” show challenges contemporary attitudes and ideas about pretty much everything.
Updated: October 31, 2013, - 09:49 PM
At their best, abstract paintings follow an internal logic that’s subtly apparent in their design, colors, balance, texture and other artful nuances. McNulty and Wrayge are masters.
Updated: October 31, 2013, - 03:06 PM
Martin Weinstein, whose populist eye built a reputation for his tiny Minneapolis gallery, is celebrated in a show at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Updated: October 26, 2013, - 10:45 PM
Traditionalists may want to bow-up for the party that the University of Minnesota’s architecture department is throwing to celebrate its centennial.
Updated: October 24, 2013, - 03:19 PM
Hundreds of people whose bodies were used in early 20th-century medical research were remembered at a potter's field on the northeast edge of the Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery in south Minneapolis.
Updated: October 19, 2013, - 10:41 PM
The international artists in this Walker-organized show come from all over the world, live transnational lives and wrestle with the perennial question: How does my biography define my life?
Updated: October 18, 2013, - 03:10 PM