Every Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., and Sun. from May 26-June 26
TuckUnder Projects, the residential gallery inside and outside the home of artist/curator Pete Driessen, is back for another summer of exhibitions in southwest Minneapolis. First up is a solo show featuring the work of MCAD adjunct professor Kim Benson in the main garage space. "Maelstrom," which takes its name from an early Dutch proper noun meaning "turning stream" or "whirlpool," navigates multiple actions and emotions that are happening simultaneously. Along with Benson's work, Kate Van Cleve will have another solo exhibition, "All the Way Home," in the Leaky Sink Gallery in the bathroom; Julia Helen Rice and Reid Oyen will engage in sculpture projects; and Meena Mangalvedhekar will show off her projections. Finally, as in years past, TuckUnder has invited artists to transform the raspberry patch in the backyard, creating a living, breathing — and most likely edible — work of art. There will be an opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 26.