A collector of his prints says she’s found allusions to centuries-old scandals hidden in his detailed engravings.
Dana Weiser turned to art as a child in order to cope with racism she experienced. Now that art is helping her to raise her voice, and fight back.
Graphic artist Craig Thompson tells a Middle Eastern love story in his newest work ‘Habibi.’
Science is giving new credence to those little drawings in the margins of your notepad.
This week’s hounds can’t resist a Latino art show inspired by miracles, an art crawl the Longfellow neighborhood way–from home to home, and an attempt to scale the theatrical heights of Hamlet for the first time.
How local artist Adam Turman handled another guy plagiarizing his work.
This week the hounds dig up delicate insect drawings at the University of Minnesota, a multi-culti showcase at the History Center, and new music a Minneapolis electronic group is offering free-of-charge.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum celebrates the all-but-lost art of seed catalog illustration.
Drawings and furniture by architect Ralph Rapson are featured in an exhibition and sale this weekend.
Rocker Patti Smith wins the non-fiction category for “Just Kids,” a memoir of her friendship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.