Critic / reporter | Visual art

Twin Cities arts leaders confident in museum security despite international artwork attacks

There haven't been any artwork attacks or vandalism recently at Twin Cities arts institutions.

After a 10-year 'breather,' artist Paul Chan returns with a solo show at the Walker Art Center

The internationally renowned N.Y.-based artist launched an experimental publishing house, among other adventures, during his "breather."

Weisman Art Museum receives nearly $240K grant toward Indigenous reconciliation project

The grant focuses on a truth and reconciliation project, including consultation with Indigenous communities with an aim toward decolonizing.

Minneapolis College of Art and Design's in-person art sale returns

MCAD invites alumni from the past 25 years back to sell work for the anniversary bash.

St. Paul photographer Nell Ytsma, known for her social activism, documentary and community projects, dies at 73

An immigrant from the Netherlands, Ytsma's work was deeply embedded in her local community.

Reviews: 'Reckoning,' 'Shallow River' and 'Dead Serious' are Twin Cities art exhibits to see

Artists Harriet Bart, Tetsuya Yamada and Luis Fitch mount solo exhibitions.

Arte povera artist Jannis Kounellis exhibition opens at Walker Art Center

It's the first major U.S. retrospective of the artist's work in more than 30 years.

Works of Botticelli and other Renaissance artists visit Minneapolis Institute of Art

This special collaboration with Florence's Uffizi Gallery brings to the U.S. more than 45 works that rarely leave Italy.

Duncan Hannah, Minneapolis kid turned international artist, dies at 69

His memoir, "Twentieth-Century Boy: Notebooks of the Seventies," paints New York through his eyes as he rubbed shoulders with David Bowie, Andy Warhol and others.

'A Picture Gallery of the Soul' photography exhibit presents the Black American experience

More than 100 artists are part of the show at the University of Minnesota's Nash Gallery.