The Art of Conflict exhibit at Tarnish and Gold
There's no doubt that during times of conflict, the worst and best can emerge from people on all sides. And starting this week, Minneapolis will play host to some of the artistic brilliance that has unfolded during recent struggles, as Americans and Iraqis exhibit their artwork together in the "Art of Conflict" exhibition at Tarnish and Gold Gallery.
The show opens tomorrow, Thursday, July 29, and combines 22 different artists' expressions on what identity means to them during conflict. Through paint, mixed media, film, photography, and book art, the artists are given an open forum to display their unrestrained and unconfined perspective of the emotional landscapes during war.
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