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2011 Stories by Camille LeFevre

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  • Everbody Wins

    published December 7, 2011

    Decidedly retro, astutely provocative, and unabashedly hilarious, David Sollie's newest "retrospective" is perfectly timed to comment on... More >>

  • Sticks/Stones: New Paintings by Ruben Nusz

    published December 7, 2011

    His artworks range from a painting of a barred owl emerging from shadow (far more haunting than your standard bird picture), to hand-cast and... More >>

  • TU Dance

    published November 16, 2011

    It's true. The lovely Eva Mohn, one of the most arrestingly expressive and ferociously beautiful dancers to come out of the Twin Cities, has... More >>

  • Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet: Wonderland

    published November 9, 2011

    The Royal Winnipeg Ballet (RWB) has made the Northrop dance season an American home for its original, full-length story ballets. Last year, the... More >>

  • Mathew Janczewski's Arena Dances: Matador

    published November 2, 2011

    Having illuminated the harrowing realities of eating disorders in last year's "I Hate Myself, Will You Please Love Me," performed to songs by the... More >>

  • Merce Cunningham Dance Company: Farewell Tour

    published November 2, 2011

    Merce Cunningham is gone and the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, now on its "Farewell Legacy Tour," will perform its final Minneapolis engagement... More >>

  • FIRE, Art and Life

    published October 19, 2011

    Kristin Van Loon, who curates dance programming for Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater, has scheduled some real gems this fall. One is an evening of solos... More >>

  • The Curative

    published October 19, 2011

    If you walk into the Burnet Gallery this weekend, you'll see knitwear, a chair of stained glass, photography, illustration, and collage, among... More >>

  • Lucy Guerin, Inc.: Structures and Sadness

    published October 5, 2011

    The starting point for this poignant, breathtaking work was a bridge collapse. Not ours, the 1970s collapse of a bridge in Melbourne that killed... More >>

  • Come Fly Away

    published October 5, 2011

    In 1982, Twyla Tharp premiered "Nine Sinatra Songs" with her own dance company, after choreographing a duet "One More Frank," and exploring... More >>

  • Things You Carry

    published October 5, 2011

    King Mini, the adventurous ghost-like blob that roams through the netherworld of Vincent Stall's imagination and comic art, gets a tangible,... More >>

  • Faustin Linyekula/Studios Kabako: more, more, more ... future

    published September 21, 2011

    In 2007, Faustin Linyekula and his company, Les Studios Kabako, performed "Festival of Lies" at the Cedar Cultural Center. The two-hour... More >>

  • Ragamala Dance: Sacred Earth

    published September 21, 2011

    For the past month, Ragamala Dance has been engaging audiences in a series of events—studio visits, open rehearsals, drumming... More >>

  • Delightful 3: Pop-Up Art Gallery

    published September 14, 2011

    Local artists and charmers Jennifer Davis and Amy Rice continue their ongoing series of "Delightful" engagements with a pop-up gallery this... More >>

  • Perspectives in Fine Arts Series

    published September 14, 2011

    Since 9/11, many Twin Cities artists have addressed the politics, emotions, casualties, and realities of war through their work. The incomparable... More >>

  • Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company: Story/Time

    published September 7, 2011

    Choreographer Bill T. Jones is almost an institution in the Twin Cities. His long relationship with Northrop and the Walker Art Center has... More >>

  • Grand Opening Weekend: Among the Stars

    published September 7, 2011

    What a long, strange trip it's been: Literally, as the 2,908-ton Shubert Theater, in 1999, was hoisted onto 570 rubber wheels and carted from... More >>

  • Community Day Celebration

    published September 7, 2011

    What a long, strange trip it's been: Literally, as the 2,908-ton Shubert Theater, in 1999, was hoisted onto 570 rubber wheels and carted from... More >>

  • The Parade: Nathalie Djurberg with Music by Hans Berg

    published September 7, 2011

    Forget about the Kosta Boda glassware and Dala horses. Swedish artist Nathalie Djurberg is entirely of another world. With metal, foam, clay,... More >>

  • August/206: Dance By Laurie Van Wieren

    published August 24, 2011

    Choreographer, dancer, and impresario Laurie Van Wieren continues her yearlong retrospective this month with "August/206: Dance by Laurie Van... More >>

  • Rhythmically Speaking: Groovers & Makers

    published August 24, 2011

    Need to get your groove on? The delightful jazz enthusiasts behind Rhythmically Speaking—Erinn Liebhard and Heather P. Westerlund—have... More >>

  • China Insights: Unsettling Consequences

    published August 10, 2011

    In one black-and-white photograph, two old women in the recognizable jackets and caps of their homeland stand jauntily, each with one foot... More >>

  • Baby Marx

    published August 10, 2011

    If high school teachers around the world used Mexican artist Pedro Reyes's "Baby Marx" to teach history, we'd be overrun by randy teenage... More >>

  • An Interim Report on the Excavation of ZONE 5

    published July 13, 2011

    The conflation of art and architecture into something altogether different is the premise of the intriguingly Area 51ish-titled "Excavation of... More >>

  • Untitled 8

    published July 6, 2011

    For SooVAC's eighth annual juried exhibition, guest curator Bartholomew Ryan—whose day job is assistant curator at the Walker Art... More >>

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