This week, a charismatic pan-African performer, a visionary photographer of Native Americans, and a festival dedicated to Norway’s most celebrated playwright.
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.
Weinstein Gallery presents some of Smith’s most iconic photographs from his years documenting war, poverty and injustice.
A photograph of John Unger and his dog Schoep inspired an outpouring of generosity. Those funds are now helping other sick dogs to get help and find new homes.
The hounds are active this week, chasing down an upstart band of young classical musicians, a veteran gallerist and artist who’s been making a mark for 25 years, and a local performance artist confronting and explaining the ‘N’ word.
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.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late Gordon Parks, a groundbreaking African-American photographer, filmmaker, writer and musician who spent his teen years in St. Paul.
Wing Young Huie is the subject of the latest installment of ‘Art Heroes’; here’s what didn’t fit into the radio story.
Photographer Cindy Sherman’s work is self-portraiture, minus the self.