The Minneapolis Institute of Arts exhibition was projected to sell 75,000 tickets, but high demand led the museum to offer extended hours in the final days of the show.
Western and central Minnesota is the Art Hounds domain this week as the hounds uncover a young artist who tells her life story in vivid, abstract paintings, a funky, classic rock oriented classical concert and an art festival in one of central Minnesota’s artsiest communities.
This week the hounds are all about new ways of seeing. They offer a new way to bring dance performance into your home, a new perspective on the common spaces in the Twin Cities, and a new way to visualize elusive memories.
Due to the popularity of the Rembrandt in America exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the museum has decided to extend the hours of the show in its final weeks.
Medals were awarded for sport-themed painting, sculpture, literature, architecture and music in Olympic games held between 1912 and 1952.
This week’s hounds are pointing us in the direction of an artist whose works emit light, a traveling Twin Cities reading series and a rock supergroup in love with our national pastime.
MIA curator Tom Rassieur believes Rembrandt’s ‘Lucretia’ was not just a master portrait of a pivotal woman in Roman history, but also his tribute to a lost love.
The new exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts addresses the confusion over which paintings are actually the Dutch master’s work.
Neiman was known for his bold use of colors, and for his equally colorful life.
The History Center presents “1934: A New Deal for Artists,” a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian American Art Museum.