Founded in 2010, Location is an artist-run independent publisher that gives contemporary artists the opportunity to produce new work in book form. By showcasing the work unaccompanied by didactics and commercial content, Location emphasizes a direct line of conversation between the visual artist and the viewer.
Just in time for blizzard season, Sarah Peters surveys Art Shanty Projects, a long-standing art-meets-ice fishing tradition in Minneapolis transforming frozen lakes into artist-driven temporary communities.
James McAnally speaks with Tricia Khutoretsky, the Director and Curator of new Minneapolis gallery space Public Functionary, about the gallery's vision of socially-engaged exhibitions that extend beyond the gallery.
Katelyn Farstad's solo exhibition "MOUTHBREATHER" is on view at Midway Contemporary Art until February 2, 2013.
Midway Contemporary Art is a not-for-profit gallery committed to encouraging innovation and diversity in the visual arts. Midway supports emerging and underrepresented artists, contributes toward significant new developments in the field, and stimulates the ongoing public discourse of art and culture.
Minneapolis stalwart David Peterson surveys his transformation from the Director of art spaces Art of This and Dressing Room to his new eponymously titled commercial gallery.
WOPOZI is an arts newspaper edited, designed, published and distributed by artists Sarah Ann and Oakley Tapola. Submissions are open to the public and next due November 30th.
Studio and gallery founded by photographer Wing Young Huie, The Third Place presents events that are diverse in every sense with audience engagement as a common theme. And, there's ping-pong...
Turning Sidewalks Into Art Walks: The Artists in Storefronts project turns vacant or under-used storefronts into vibrant, engaging spaces showcasing original work by Twin Cities artists. "Artists in Storefronts 3" returns to the Whittier neighborhood to showcase 20 storefront exhibits opening December 5th.