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2013 Stories by Camille LeFevre

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  • You Must Stand This While Reading There

    published December 11, 2013

    Can an artist do without thinking? Think without doing? These epistemological questions get parsed by eight artists from New York City, Los... More >>

  • UNTITLED 10: SooVAC's 10th Annual Juried Show

    published December 4, 2013

    Ten years ago, SooVAC initiated its first juried exhibition series, "Untitled." The annual show uniquely encourages artists of any media, at any... More >>

  • Power Lines II

    published December 4, 2013

    Featuring work by Lynn Geesman, Alexa Horochowski, Shana Kaplow, David Lefkowitz, Ruben Nusz, Thomas Rose, and Elizabeth Simonson, "Power Lines... More >>

  • Celebrate Public Art on Campus

    published November 13, 2013

    For 25 years, public art has flourished on University of Minnesota campuses in St. Paul and Minneapolis. In celebration, the Frederick R. Weisman... More >>

  • Moira Bateman: momenta animale

    published November 13, 2013

    When you first set eyes on Moira Bateman's art, with your neck tilted back and eyes open wide in order to take in her pieces' extreme length, any... More >>

  • Patrick Martinez: Buy Now Cry Later

    published November 13, 2013

    In his first solo exhibition in the Midwest, Los Angeles-based artist Patrick Martinez examines how rampant consumerism and unhealthy eating... More >>

  • Ira Glass: One Radio Host, Two Dancers

    published November 6, 2013

    You probably know the voice of Ira Glass, the host and creator of NPR's This American Life. However, you may be less familiar with Monica... More >>

  • Collect Call: Exploring Art Patronage

    published November 6, 2013

    What drives people to collect art? Love? Obsession? Prestige? Passion, definitely. Several local collectors open up in this exhibition by sharing... More >>

  • The Valediction, featuring I AM WATER

    published November 6, 2013

    Camille Gage has had a storied career. But just because the singer and keyboardist of '80s alt-rock female band Têtes Noires, renowned... More >>

  • Ellen Richman, Stephen Taucher: State of Flux

    published November 6, 2013

    For awhile now, artist Ellen Richman has been creating abstract paintings that are followed and sought after by critics, collectors, and painting... More >>

  • God's Sketchbook for Creation

    published November 6, 2013

    And on the seventh day, he rested. Or did God rifle through his discards, then cast his lot of unrealized beasts into the minds of artists Aniela... More >>

  • Interpose

    published October 30, 2013

    Abstract painting is alive and well at Rosalux Gallery, as new pieces from Shawn McNulty and James Wrayge clearly demonstrate. Their large works... More >>

  • On the Overtones of Place

    published October 30, 2013

    Riffing on city maps as viewed from high above, their rigid street grids intersecting with meandering waterways and wide open spaces, painter... More >>

  • Same Difference: A Cross Cultural Dialog

    published October 16, 2013

    Shana Kaplow's video work from her Close to Home series has been exhibited at the Austro-Sino Arts Program in Beijing, China, where she was... More >>

  • Salt Sugar Poison

    published October 16, 2013

    Venetian plaster isn't a material commonly associated with abstract art (although, yes, the walls of the Walker Art Center are made of it).... More >>

  • Alley Atlas/Midday

    published October 16, 2013

    An alleyway is undiscovered country: a quiet lane where ripe fruit from a neighbor's raspberry bush can be surreptitiously sampled, a back garden... More >>

  • Painters Show: The Mythical Landscape: Fiction, Obsession, and Desire

    published October 16, 2013

    In celebration of the 25th exhibition at the historic 801 Washington Lofts, a building that is now on its 100th anniversary, the stunning,... More >>

  • 9 Artists

    published October 16, 2013

    They come from around the world, the nine artists in the show of the same name opening this week at the Walker. Born in one part of the world,... More >>

  • Bucky Fuller Night

    published October 9, 2013

    Ah, Bucky Fuller. Architects, designers, futurists, visionaries, hippies, conservationists, systems theorists, and certainly filmmakers just can't... More >>

  • The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller

    published October 9, 2013

    Ah, Bucky Fuller. Architects, designers, futurists, visionaries, hippies, conservationists, systems theorists, and certainly filmmakers just can't... More >>

  • CAKE: New work from Nick Howard and Terrence Payne

    published October 9, 2013

    A Marie Antoinette-like figure — her countenance dispassionate, her thatched hair high, and showing off a set of bad-ass knuckle rings... More >>

  • Alex Kuno: The Children's Crusade

    published October 2, 2013

    Lowertown artist Alex Kuno has long been obsessed with Armageddon and popular culture's growing fascination with civilization's ruination and the... More >>

  • Type Directors Club

    published October 2, 2013

    Typography, the art/science of creating the shape and style of letters in which words are rea=, comes to the fore this week. This year's national... More >>

  • Things You Hate to Love

    published October 2, 2013

    Coming upon Dan Buettner's work is akin to finding the needle in the haystack. Amid the thick, enticing layers of paint and collage — where... More >>

  • WAM@20: Choice

    published October 2, 2013

    The first in a series of exhibitions celebrating the Weisman Art Museum's 20th year in its Frank Gehry-designed building, "WAM@20: Choice"... More >>

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