Monumental Moments: Tony Tasset

Monumental Moments: Tony Tasset

Guest post by Daniel G. Baird Tony Tasset’s artworks consistently aim to destabilize and question our understanding of value.  Often perceived as humorous, whimsical or playful, the works poetically allude toward confrontations with mortality, timelessness and...
Images of Our Future: One View of Two Cities

Images of Our Future: One View of Two Cities

Changes are coming to the Twin Cities. Spring is slowly arriving. Daylight lingers. I can look up and around when walking outside. I notice the holes from trees felled in last summer’s storms, but I find the tulips poking through in their place. We need this...
Top 5 Weekend Picks! (4/18-4/20)

Top 5 Weekend Picks! (4/18-4/20)

1. This is Where It Felt Like at Gallery 400 Work by Elena Feijoo, Jesse Malmed, Julie Potratz and Jonathan Loïc Rogers. Gallery 400 is located at 400 S. Peoria St. Reception Friday, 5-8pm. 2. Tenebris at Spudnik Press Cooperative Work by James Bouché and Kyle Tata....
Crying in Public Part 3: Losing the Faith

Crying in Public Part 3: Losing the Faith

This article is part 3 in a series of stand alone kvetching about the state of the artworld. The opinions expressed within are held by a big baby, and not the blogs they are found on. There is no need to read them all, but if your beverage of choice is Haterade, then...
Arts/Industry

Arts/Industry

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI March 22 through August 31, 2014 For forty years, the Kohler Company in Kohler, Wisconsin has hosted a residency for artists. If you are not familiar with Kohler, just step into...