The Hmong American artist explores the idea of desire in her latest exhibit.
Photographer Buckner Sutter has gone from taking images with toy cameras and old Polaroids to using software on his smartphone to create a similar, otherworldly feel.
The Art Hounds are here this week to whet your appetite with a puppet production that will make you think, an exhibit that showcases inventive printmakers, and a vocal group specializing in ancient harmonies.
This week’s hounds are truly hypnotic as they delve into a children’s play about the courageous struggles of baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson, a Mankato painter who’s mastered his own brand of abstract expressionism, and a strictly rock band from Minneapolis that will warm your winter ravaged body.
An exhibition at All My Relations Gallery pokes fun at popular culture for appropriating Native imagery, then presents its own take on contemporary Native life.
Weinstein Gallery presents some of Smith’s most iconic photographs from his years documenting war, poverty and injustice.
Income gap is a holdover from the financial crisis
This week’s hounds uncover a photographer who captures the images that linger in a motorist’s mind, a ensemble of six supreme Minnesota saxophonists, and a local rapper who straddles hip hop and pop.
We’ve asked our Art Hounds to tell us about their Minnesota arts and culture highlights of 2011. Here are the music and visual art highlights that we didn’t have to get to on air.
Ceramic artist Kimberlee Roth is taking a whole new approach to plates and bowls, turning them into artistic sculptures that can live on the wall or on the table.