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2010 Stories by Camille LeFevre

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  • 50/50: Audience and Experts Curate the Paper Collection

    published December 15, 2010

    Crowd funding, crowd sourcing, and now, crowd curating: The democratization of endeavors formerly the domain of the euphemistic "elite" now enters... More >>

  • A Few of Our Favorite Things

    published December 8, 2010

    Art hound, Lady Gaga designer, fashionista, web publisher, and curator Emma Berg collaborated with Mark and Alyssa Fox (sibs, accountants, and... More >>

  • Bell Museum Social: Light

    published December 8, 2010

    The winter solstice— and, hence, the beginning of longer days—is still a few weeks off, but artist Ali Momeni has put together a show... More >>

  • Jim Proctor, Pat & Gage Kruse

    published December 1, 2010

    Jim Proctor's botanical fictions are exquisitely rendered miniature fabrications of plant and animal that captivate and terrify. Patrick Kruse and... More >>

  • No Coast Craft-o-Rama

    published December 1, 2010

    If the whimsically retro graphics, delightfully quirky logos, and wittily named companies are any indication, the vendors participating in this... More >>

  • The Way It Wasn't (Celebrating Ten Years of Castillo/Corrales, Paris)

    published November 17, 2010

    A Paris-based collective of artists, curators, critics, and writers, Castillo/Corrales produces high-concept work that will either rock your world... More >>

  • Painting Zombies: Permanence / Impermanence

    published November 17, 2010

    Curious title for an exhibition; you won't find a zombie in sight. Rather, the curators of this show—Clarence Morgan and Ryuta Nakajima, who... More >>

  • Location, Volume 3

    published November 10, 2010

    In case you haven't been paying attention, local multimedia artists and provocateurs Scott Nedrelow (of the ironically minimalist Book + Sleeve... More >>

  • Leslie Holt: Hello Masterpiece

    published November 10, 2010

    Artist Leslie Holt, who hails from St. Louis, has produced a curious series called "Hello, Masterpiece," on view tonight at the Burnet Gallery.... More >>

  • soft chaos

    published November 10, 2010

    Since the Industrial Revolution, artists have experimentally merged the organic with the mechanical in works that aim to amuse, horrify, edify,... More >>

  • Yves Klein

    published November 3, 2010

    As the story goes, the French artist Yves Klein claimed his space, literally, at age 19. While lying on the beach with two friends, they divided... More >>

  • Art Attack 2010

    published November 3, 2010

    The Northrup King Building and its artists have created two annual events that are fast becoming markers as significant to Twin Cities' arts-event... More >>

  • Bell Museum Social: Collections by Matt Bakkom

    published October 27, 2010

    "Edifying entertainment" isn't an event description one hears every day, but the Bell may have nailed it with its "Bell Museum Social." The... More >>

  • Flourish

    published October 13, 2010

    Local darlings Jennifer Davis, Erika Olson Gross, Terrence Payne, and Joe Sinness will no doubt be amidst a crush of adoring fans when their work... More >>

  • New World/Old World

    published October 6, 2010

    Scattered in galleries about town during the 2010 Mid America Print Council Conference, "New World/Old World" is a series of small shows in which... More >>

  • Sean Smuda: Blueprint Series

    published October 6, 2010

    Perhaps no other photographer is as ubiquitously present at visual-art openings and performance premieres as Sean Smuda—particularly at... More >>

  • Kidd Pivot Frankfurt RM "Dark Matters"

    published October 6, 2010

    Mechanization, cybernetics, and cloning have given rise to all manner of human-machine hybrids in art and popular culture, from automatons that... More >>

  • Tania Pérez-Salas Compañia de Danza

    published September 15, 2010

    Who knew Mexican modern dance isn't an anachronism? Until Northrop announced its dance season opener, Tania Pérez-Salas Compañia de... More >>

  • From Here to There: Alec Soth's America

    published September 1, 2010

    The strange beauty Alec Soth finds and photographs is both compelling and repellant, inspiring thoughts about what "the sublime" means anymore... More >>

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