Stephanie Xenos


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Whimsy meets weighty in paintings occupied by woodland creatures, for Julie Buffalohead's mid-career retrospective. Read more

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Our annual guide to the season’s hottest tickets is a mixed bag, from big shows like Motley Crue to tiny musicals. Read more

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Art at the Center at Walker Art Center

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Minnesota shows off its best visual artists, past and present—and hosts some Italian visitors at the MIA. Read more

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A detail from Ink Babel by Andrea Carlson

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Artist Andrea Carlson's new solo exhibition at Bockley Gallery draws inspiration from the Tower of Babel. Read more

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This year's "Six McKnight Artists" exhibition at the Northern Clay Center thinks outside the pot. Read more

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The editors pick their ideal Northern Spark timeline, from sundown to sunrise. Read more

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Norwegian artist Ian Ward Garlant's large-scale artworks pay tribute to the people of his home country, on display at the American Swedish Institute. Read more

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The Minnesota History Center spotlights Minneapolis photographer Charles Chamblis in their spring 2014 exhibit, "Sights, Sounds and Soul." Read more

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Hopper’s Office at Night

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An exhibit of drawings and paintings opening at the Walker Art Center gives insight into Edward Hopper's mind. Read more

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A major exhibition of works by 20th-century master Henri Matisse comes to the MIA. Read more

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Stephanie Xenos on the Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows photography exhibit at the Mpls Photo Center. Read more

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Stephanie Xenos on the MIA's invitation to the public to watch the restoration of Max Beckmann's Blind Man's Buff. Read more

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Stephanie Xenos introduces the 9 Artists exhibit, featuring an eclectic collection of eight artists at the Walker Art Center. Read more

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As usual, the fall arts season is brimming with extraordinary work and talent from dance to museums and music to theater. What are you waiting for? Read more

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There's something for any kind of art lover this season, from curated local talent to naturalist prints, plus retrospectives covering decades (even centuries) of work. Read more

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Stephanie Xenos on the The Walker Art Center’s Internet Cat Video Festival moving to the State Fair Grandstand for this years cat video gathering. Read more

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Stephanie Xenos on the new exhibition at the Museum or Russian Art in Minneapolis that explores the role of working women during the Stalin years in Soviet Russia. Read more

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St. Paul's Spark

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Lowertown St. Paul shines with the dusk-to-dawn Northern Spark Arts Festival, Read more

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Three Jerome Printmaking Fellows show the fruit of their nine-month artistic labor at the Highpoint Center for Printmaking. Read more

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Stephanie Xenos on Rossum's Universal Robots at The Soap Factory, the first robots-destroy-humanity play ever written. Read more

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