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Virtual art meets physical space at the experiment-minded Porch Gallery.
The nation's largest studio crawl is back in full force starting Friday.
Mpls. Institute of Art puts the spotlight on two Twin Cities art lovers.
To some, it's a cash grab, but others see a benefit for NE. Minneapolis.
"Washington Crossing the Delaware," which hung for years in Winona's Minnesota Marine Art Museum, is being sold at auction.
The L.A. artist gets physical in works that defy categorization.
Kate Beane, who led Native initiatives at the Minnesota Historical Society, outlines her ideas for the still-shuttered St. Paul institution.
The artist spent two years sifting through the remains of an abandoned garment factory in Tennessee.
With a fascination for all things Swedish, Bruce Karstadt expanded the organization's reach to a broader community.
Artists Pao Houa Her and Dyani White Hawk represent Minnesota — and their own communities — at New York's prestigious Whitney Biennial.
Still life, portraits, shag rugs and some hope for the future.
The sunny Florida island (and southernmost point of the continental U.S.) is full of Cuban-American connections, if you know where to look.
The late artist's last exhibit, "Sweet Dreams," is on display at ArtReach St. Croix in Stillwater.
Roman work long greeted visitors in museum's rotunda.
Animated creations are superimposed on the landscape in an augmented reality installation at Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design will join with the award-winning MASS Design Group to create a "campus of the future," with an expanded…
As the snow melts, several art shows that stayed up through the blizzards will also come down. Here are five shows to catch before winter…
An "art dad" who championed emerging talents, he illuminated the uneasy relationship between Native cultures and mainstream society.
It's the Minnesota Historical Society, which is presenting more than 100 artists in a rare exhibition.
Part of the "Spoonbridge and Cherry" sculpture had been in New York for nearly three months for painting.
Exhibition opening Saturday takes a serious look at the role that spiritualists have played in American art.
"The Nature of Shoreham Yards" focuses on the borders of a train and trucking facility in northeast Mpls.
The Sculpture Garden's "Spoonbridge" stood cherry-less for nearly three months while its topper got a makeover.
Paper bags, wood prints, coded paintings and more.
Coming June 25, the exhibit reunites five paintings of olive groves the artist painted in the south of France.
In a new book and exhibit, the famed artist goes meta, doing a photo project about photography.
The wintry celebration begins Thursday.
Minnesota's annual winter ritual resumes with a COVID-aware approach.
Opening Saturday, the annual outdoor winter art event is geared toward fresh-air experiences.
Andréa Stanislav's fascination with "Cosmism" guides her show at the Museum of Russian Art.
Website allows scholars and the public alike to search nearly 20,000 works of art.
N. Musinguzi, whose parents emigrated from Africa, explores themes of home and belonging in "The Letter Formally Known as Q."
1. "The Contemporary Print: 20 Years at Highpoint Editions." This year the Minneapolis Institute of Art purchased the complete archive of work from Highpoint…
He began hosting KFAI's "Mostly Jazz" in the mid-1990s.
Cost-cutting helped both Twin Cities cultural institutions balance their budgets.
More than 200 works survey the protean Pop artist's long career.
Officials will introduce 17 artworks at a public celebration Friday evening.
More than $150K worth of grants from organizations including Google made it possible.
He helped expand the collection at Mia, including a 400-year-old Ming dynasty reception hall.
Dysart's data-driven but people-focused work is featured in a new exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Carla McGrath steps down weeks after the opening of a Highpoint retrospective at Minneapolis Institute of Art.
The $250,000 project will celebrate Black life
The "Spoonbridge" will stand alone for a couple of months as its topper travels to New York for a fresh coat of paint.
Three artists of color explore the ways that women adorn themselves.
An exhibition at the U celebrates longtime artist and teacher David Feinberg.
A grandson of the political satirist and wacky inventor lives in St. Paul.
A half-century after completion, Mauricio Lasansky's series feels as poignantly painful as ever.
REVIEW: Indigenous futures, an inspiring U of M professor, Latinx identities and Middle East designers are all worth a look.
Retrospective opens at Walker Art Center after winning praise at stops in L.A., New York and Atlanta.
Like the sculpture, the dedication honored Native language and culture.
Sculpture by Native American artist Angela Two Stars will be unveiled Saturday.
An abandoned house — its siding falling off, revealing raw, worn wooden planks — stands in the middle of a grassy field. In the distance…
Longtime Twin Cities arts leader Seena Hodges will lead an all-female team as president.
Swanson was the Walker's chief curator, then director of Minnesota Museum of American Art.
Alejandra Peña-Gutiérrez endured a hurricane as director of Puerto Rico's Museo de Arte de Ponce.
The complete archive of the nationally renowned Twin Cities printmaking center is now enshrined at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
'Out My Window'Gail Albert Halaban travels the world looking into other people's windows. This photo project started in 2007 when she moved to New…
With chillier fall weather comes the opening of art exhibitions across the Twin Cities.These four Minneapolis shows — two of photographs, one of paintings and…
The fair is back, and so is the annual art exhibition. Here are 10 pieces to look for.
When artist Marley Kaul wasn't in his garden, he was behind the easel, painting. But sometimes art and life would collide on the philosophical…
REVIEW: Sunflowers and glimpses of the artist's life tremendously disappoint.
The struggle over George Floyd Square points to an ongoing debate: What exactly is a memorial for?
Water Is Life FestivalLanding the first Bon Iver show in Minnesota in over two years would be remarkable enough, but the Water Is Life Festival…
Organizers await a city permit for the former Minneapolis warehouse.
Kitty-filled exhibit by Candice Lin investigates legacies of colonialism.
The still-closed Minnesota Museum of American Art presents "Many Waters."
With art fairs mostly back in gear, artists who took a financial hit last summer are seeing people open their wallets once more.
A show about the effort to save Jewish children pulls into the American Swedish Institute.
The hybrid event, which also can be viewed virtually for free, will feature Dessa, too.
It's another blow for the Minneapolis neighborhood.
VR meets reality TV in a boundary-stretching competition this week.
The Minneapolis artist's latest works show her vision of family.
Mpls. Institute of Art focuses on recent photos by women.
The show "dives into Van Gogh's mind" with digital projections of his paintings.