Recent content from Alicia Eler
Step one: Take Turkish lessons. Step two: Watch several episodes of "Ezel" on Netflix — without subtitles. Step three: Download (and use) the Freeletics Bodyweight app for interval training.
Prints in a tiny but fascinating exhibition offer a revealing glimpse of his artistic process.
No selfies were harmed in the making of this exhibition. In “The Body Electric,” opening Saturday at Walker Art Center, nearly 50 artists or…
Unraveling one of the mysteries of museums: What kind of art do they collect — or get rid of?
A St. Paul artist used mass-produced materials for a trio of installations packed with rich Hmong-American narratives.
His show opens Friday at Weinstein Hammons Gallery in Minneapolis.
"Black Identities" aims to start a dialogue about how we view art, and the artists themselves.
At 63, Jim Denomie is finally hitting his stride, making paintings packed with color, humor and a potent dose of righteous fury.
Two exhibits for Black History Month and one for the sake of still images.
Wartime memories take on a life of their own in an hourlong film at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.