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2014 Stories by Camille LeFevre

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  • Post Physical: Visual Reactions to the Post-Internet Age

    published June 25, 2014

    Amid the perplexity of living in — not to mention attempting to define — the age of posts (post-modern, post-post modern, and now... More >>

  • American Hustle Scotch Tasting

    published June 11, 2014

    One of the world's richest design museums, in terms of collections, is tucked away on the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus and is always... More >>

  • Open Door 10

    published June 11, 2014

    Jill Schroeder, owner and founder of the GrayDuck Gallery in Austin, Texas, curated Rosalux's 10th annual open-call exhibition this year. GrayDuck... More >>

  • 2014 Minnesota Biennial

    published June 11, 2014

    One of the most outstanding shows so far this year was the Minnesota Museum of American Art's "Objects: MMAA" exhibition. The exhilarating... More >>

  • Michael Cina & John Klukas: She Who Saw the Deep

    published June 4, 2014

    Michael Cina, the Minneapolis painter whose colors, blurs, and swirls explode off the canvas, and John Klukas, the New York photographer whose... More >>

  • Origins of the Moment

    published May 21, 2014

    Time — that fleeting game of Chronos in which past, present, and future are as ineffable as the three entities he cracked open from the... More >>

  • 40 years of the MayDay Parade

    published May 14, 2014

    This weekend, Public Functionary once again celebrates the local with a retrospective installation of objects, puppets, artwork, and photography... More >>

  • Paradise, Paved: An Oil Painter's Exploration of the Suburbs

    published May 14, 2014

    "They paved paradise," as Joni Mitchell sang, and Scott Lloyd Anderson, using his 2012 Minnesota State Arts Board-Artist Initiative Grant, has... More >>

  • Cocktails at the Castle: Swedish House Party

    published May 7, 2014

    Europe Day will get a bash across the pond when the American Swedish Institute opens its historic doors, and its ample urban lawns, to a... More >>

  • If These Walls Could Talk

    published May 7, 2014

    Beautiful ruins, and the mysteries they incite in our imaginations, are the subjects of Cameren Torgerud's new exhibition. Using... More >>

  • Woman

    published April 30, 2014

    Societal strictures, cultural conditioning, and exercises of physical power — from the subtle and unconscious to the obvious and overt... More >>

  • Color Space Editions Launch Party

    published April 9, 2014

    Earlier this year, Color Space Art and Imaging LLP launched a gallery, Color Space Editions, to showcase the work of artists and clients —... More >>

  • Fruitful and Multiplying:The Overpopulation Exhibit

    published April 9, 2014

    John Schuerman directs and curates his Instinct Gallery in downtown Minneapolis with a focus on contested terrain in which nature and humans,... More >>

  • American Ballet Theatre: Giselle

    published April 2, 2014

    The wait is over. The transformation of the historic Northrop Memorial Hall into Northrop — a center for performance, innovation, and... More >>

  • New Work: Shana Kaplow + Michael Sweere

    published April 2, 2014

    For this exhibition, Shana Kaplow has evocatively worked in ink, rendering her musings on a single vernacular object—a chair—into a... More >>

  • Austerity Plans/Suspension and Belief

    published April 2, 2014

    No one works on cardboard like David Lefkowitz. No one elevates the mundane to the ethereal like Zelda Zinn. Both open shows on Friday in which... More >>

  • Mad King Thomas: The Narrator Is Suspect

    published March 26, 2014

    The performance collaborative Mad King Thomas moves off the stage and into the intimate settings of private homes for its latest work, The... More >>

  • Encroaching City

    published March 26, 2014

    As humans continue our outward sprawl, we increasingly encroach on the native habitats of diverse flora and fauna. Coyotes eat our garbage and... More >>

  • Jennifer Davis: Joyride

    published March 19, 2014

    Jennifer Davis may be one of the Twin Cities' most beloved painters, in part because of her richly detailed, whimsical, and intimate works. With... More >>

  • Trisha Brown Dance Company: Proscenium Works, 1979-2011

    published March 12, 2014

    Over the decades, they danced down the sides of buildings, around trees, on sidewalks, and across rooftops. But the venerable choreographer Trisha... More >>

  • Hopper Drawing: A Painter's Process

    published March 12, 2014

    In an art-making culture now often focused on the conceptual — be it re-contextualized objects or ongoing forays into abstraction —... More >>

  • Prints and Paintings by Booka B and Lindsay Splichal

    published March 5, 2014

    The Art Leadership Program, founded by Ron Ridgeway and sponsored by OST USA, has been helping emerging artists with supplies and resources, as... More >>

  • Art(ists) on the Verge

    published March 5, 2014

    Inter- and multidisciplinary are out. Extra-disciplinary is in. Especially when we're talking about the emerging artists supported by the Soap... More >>

  • Farida Hughes: Full Circle

    published February 12, 2014

    While removing the horizon line and the human figure from her work, painter Farida Hughes innovated a compelling aerial perspective on... More >>

  • Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take

    published February 12, 2014

    In 1994, artist Jim Hodges created one of his revelatory early works: an assemblage of doodles on napkins done at a coffeehouse, which he pinned... More >>

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