Aug
9
to Oct 27

Home Inside Out

  • Waiting Room at Gallery 71 (map)
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Home Inside Out explores the idea of “home” not just as the sheltering eave and
centering hearth, but as the site of alienating dynamics of loss and the slippage of
identity, of barriers to ownership, of separation and longing. The artists in this
exhibition reflect on the idea of sheltering space, from personal, collective, national or
cultural perspectives. Home becomes a discursive arena in which inside and outside
spaces hold specific social and cultural associations that can be subtended or
subverted through artistic representation.

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May
1
to May 12

www.mit.edu/~ruchill/lazycurator.submit.html

  • Katherine E. Nash Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

www.mit.edu/~ruchill/lazycurator.submit.html, features the work of 15 artists about to complete their Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in the Department of Art at the University of Minnesota. Exhibition runs May 1-12, 2018. Press release and more information at https://z.umn.edu/14tk.

Artists in the exhibition include Lamia Abukhadra, Jesse Aylsworth, Emma Brunette, Stephen Edstrom, Rachel Gorlin, Tilde Hamer, Lexi Herman, Breck Hickman, Natalie Klemond, May Ling Kopecky, Erik Mueller, Eunice Pitts, Prerna, Derek Prescott, Rose von Muchow, and Lee Yang.  

Friday, May 4, 2018
Public Program: 5:30 – 6:00 PM | InFlux Space
Reception: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Regis East Lobby

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Apr
28
to May 18

Soft Boundaries at Gamut Gallery

"In identity and expression, toughness and tenderness aren’t typically synonymous. To be soft and vulnerable is a sign of weakness, to be open is seen as an invitation to be manipulated. We place boundaries as a way to give us a sense of structure and security – emotionally, mentally, physically – but what happens when these boundaries get muddled? How does one embrace emotionality through identity? If vulnerability is the birthplace of joy, creativity, belonging and love, why is it so difficult for us to be tender and find calmness in the unknown?

For Soft Boundaries, seven artists explore how the vulnerable narrative can be used as an act of resistance, liberation and healing. Through the mediums of illustration, photography, video and audio installation, mixed media, book art, and sculpture, the artists present the distortions which keep us from wholly seeing ourselves and others, and the limitations when identity is categorized into the binaries of hyper-visible and invisible. Examining intersecting identities through art, Soft Boundaries sets out to showcase the power of radical softness as a weapon and the strength and truth in allowing ourselves to be fully open." – Gamut Gallery

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Apr
21
7:30 PM19:30

Yeah Maybe 28

YM#28 will take place at the gallery and online in the form of a live stream broadcast from 7-9pm. Please tune in to watch on - yeahmaybe.net -

Featuring:
Lamia Abukhadra // Madeleine Chicoine // Pearl Davis // Lexi Herman // Jaysen Hohlen // Prerna // Harriet Matzdorf //

YM #28 is the result of a two week workshop taught by visiting curator Emer Grant in partnership with the University of Minnesota.

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Jan
16
to Feb 10

Land Body Industry

  • Katherine E. Nash Gallery (map)
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Land Body Industry investigates industrial narratives through the work of seven Minnesota-based artists and one collaborative team working across Minneapolis and San Francisco. Artists in the exhibition include Lamia Abukhadra, Julie Reneé Benda, Leslie Grant, Alexa Horochowski, Rini Yun Keagy, Alison Malone, Monica Sheets, Nina Pessin-Whedbee, and Josh Winkler, working in a variety of media including works on paper, moving images, sound, sculpture and installation.

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