CO Exhibitions

1101 Stinson Blvd. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
612-379-4151
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CO Exhibitions is a large-scale art and performance space located in Northeast Minneapolis that is owned and operated by Burlesque of North America. Burlesque brings the same flair to their curated exhibits and musical performances as they do to their signature screenprinting and poster work. The space has hosted exclusive exhibitions by the likes of Frank Gaard, Aaron Draplin, Michael Gaughan, Junko Mizuno, and Adam Garcia, as well as live shows from local musicians as diverse as the Cloak Ox, Marijuana Deathsquads, Doomtree, Kill The Vultures, the Evening Rig, and Mount Eerie, amongst others. The gallery hours typically run from during the afternoons, Monday through Friday, with musical performances and special art openings taking place in the evening hours. Private showings are available by special appointment, with CO's diverse exhibitions frequently changing from month to month.

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  • Cinco de Mayhem
    3 months ago by Camille LeFevre

    This Saturday CO Exhibitions hosts its annual celebration, now in its third year, in which kids ages 3 to 93 are invited to decimate piñatas designed by Twin Cities artists. In the past, unleashed creativity has resulted in p...

  • World (Craft) Fair
    8 months ago by Jessica Armbruster

    On Saturday, World (Craft) Fair at CO Exhibitions (1101 Stinson Blvd. NE, Minneapolis; 612-379-4151) returns from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be screen prints from Burlesque of North America (including super-cheap scratch-and-dent ...

  • Holdfast III: Effigy & Exile
    1 year ago by Jessica Armbruster

    CO Exhibitions' latest show, "Effigy & Exile," showcases work from the Holdfast artists' collective. This is the third show in the series, which celebrates figurative art. For this installment, Minneapolis-based talents Jamie Lee Co...

  • Cinco de Mayhem
    1 year ago by Jessica Armbruster

    Some art is created with the intention that it last an eternity. Other works are designed to be destroyed as soon as possible. The piñata falls into the latter category. Last year, CO Exhibitions invited local artists to crea...

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