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2012 Stories by Camille LeFevre

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  • Impressions

    published December 5, 2012

    Hot wax has numerous connotations. But for Linda Maylish, Jeffrey Hirst, and Jodi Reeb-Myers, it means encaustic: heated beeswax, pigment, and... More >>

  • Minnesota Funk

    published December 5, 2012

    The Regis Center for Art at the U of M opens its 10th anniversary celebration with "Minnesota Funk." The group exhibition — featuring video... More >>

  • Artists in Storefronts 3

    published December 5, 2012

    Joan Vorderbruggen has been busy bringing her projects to life, animating vacant spaces in the Whittier neighborhood with engaging art... More >>

  • Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre

    published November 28, 2012

    Northrop's dance season continues its Woman of Substance partnership with the O'Shaughnessy this month with new works by Miami multidisciplinary... More >>

  • It Is She Who I See

    published November 14, 2012

    A true meeting of the minds, "It Is She Who I See" is the inaugural production of Interference Arts, a new company composed of Twin Cities... More >>

  • Hofesh Shechter Company: Political Mother

    published November 7, 2012

    By all accounts, Hofesh Shechter's "Political Mother" is epic, in all senses of the word. The Israeli-born choreographer was trained as a pianist,... More >>

  • Untitled 9: SooVAC's 9th Annual Juried Exhibition

    published November 7, 2012

    For nine years, SooVAC's juried exhibition series "Untitled" has presented a panoply of works by diverse local artists. Chris Larson, this year's... More >>

  • Cindy Sherman

    published November 7, 2012

    Reviewers have called her "photography's angel provocateur," "the strongest and finest American artist of her time," and "a poster child for a... More >>

  • Materialized: Jerome Fiber Artist Project Grants Exhibition

    published October 31, 2012

    In the hands and through the imaginations of fiber artists, such traditional and domestic tasks as dyeing, knitting, quilting, needle work,... More >>

  • Drive-by Shooting

    published October 31, 2012

    Sid Kaplan calls them "snaps." They're the images he captures with a 1955 35mm Leica, using black-and-white film and a shutter speed of 1/25th of... More >>

  • The BodyCartography Project: Super Nature

    published October 24, 2012

    "If you could watch a documentary on the Animal Channel only about humans, that's a little bit of the start of how this piece began," says Michele... More >>

  • Alarmél Valli: An Evening of Bharatanatyam

    published October 17, 2012

    For years, Twin Cities dance enthusiasts and devotees of Ragamala Dance Theater have been gifted with the evolving (and adventurous) sensibilities... More >>

  • New York City Ballet MOVES

    published October 17, 2012

    Whenever a descriptive qualifier gets attached to a big-name dance company, I get nervous. Is it the B company? The school's students? The primas... More >>

  • Voices of Strength: New Dance and Theater by Women from Africa

    published October 10, 2012

    Raw, visceral, and physical, this mini-fest presents a new generation of performing artists rocking their own countries, and the world, with... More >>

  • Guy Tillim: Avenue Patrice Lumumba

    published October 10, 2012

    Former South African photojournalist Guy Tillim long ago abandoned the action shot, preferring to show the aftermath of post-colonialism in... More >>

  • Dance Works III: Merce Cunningham/Rei Kawakubo

    published October 3, 2012

    Choreographer Merce Cunningham's infamous and revelatory collaborations usually included having the dancers' costumes imagined by pals (and visual... More >>

  • So Percussion: Where (we) Live

    published September 26, 2012

    Just check out this roster: Ain Gordon (son of avant-garde theater and dance artist David), Emily Johnson (a Minneapolis-by-way-of-Alaska... More >>

  • Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People: And lose the name of action

    published September 19, 2012

    The Walker kicks off its new performance season with the world premiere of "And lose the name of action" by the New York-based Miguel Gutierrez &... More >>

  • The Lustigs: A Cover Story, 1933-1961

    published September 19, 2012

    Fans of all things mid-century modern will get a history lesson when the College of Visual Arts celebrates the dynamic work of graphic designers... More >>

  • Starting from Nothing

    published September 12, 2012

    Nada. Zero. Nothing. For Minneapolis artist Jody Williams, such synonyms define her photographs: images without subjects, objects, or focal... More >>

  • Through a Glass, Darkly/Don't Make Me Care

    published September 12, 2012

    Suzy Greenberg's sudden death this summer left the arts community stunned and grieving. When "Through a Glass, Darkly: New Work by Serena Cole,"... More >>

  • Collects, Shoots and Leaves

    published September 12, 2012

    Memento mori meets the Oxford comma in "Collects, Shoots and Leaves," an exhibition investigating mortality and the cycle of life in compelling... More >>

  • Nyeema Morgan: The Dubious Sum of Vaguely Discernable Parts

    published August 15, 2012

    Alternative gallery spaces are popping up all over the place. The Bindery Project, located in an industrial building off University Avenue in St.... More >>

  • Gold Press

    published August 8, 2012

    Gamut Gallery is a new venue that describes itself as "a place that showcases art of the happening" by presenting collaborative works that run a... More >>

  • Morgan Thorson: Spaceholder Festival

    published July 25, 2012

    A new work by choreographer Morgan Thorson is always an occasion to rush the doors in anticipation, because there's no telling what she'll do... More >>

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