Art Events: June 23-26, 2016

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Art Events: June 23-26, 2016

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Local Art Events

Track 29 Gallery: Delightful 10

June 23, 2016 5:00-9:00pm

Delightful 10Image Source: Track 29 Gallery.

Delightful 10 will feature the work of Amy Rice and Jennifer Davis. The two artists first presented together 10 years ago in the exhibition Delightful at Rosalux Gallery. The new show includes work from their 2006 exhibition, brand new pieces, as well as everything in between. Delightful 10 captures the evolution of the two artists’ practices while recognizing the mutual respect each has for the other’s career. Davis and Rice explore a variety of themes and imagery that span from the familiar to the unknown. Davis creates imaginative and fantastic work while Rice focuses on concepts more grounded in earth. Both create work that is wise, yet innocent, displaying notions of feminine care and respect. The opening reception on June 23rd will include drinks, hors d’oeurves, and music by Connie Evingson. The exhibition will run through October 2, 2016.

2841 Bryant Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55408

Reframe Minnesota: Art Beyond A Single Story

June 24, 2016 6:00-8:00pm

reframe minnesotaImage Source: All My Relation Arts.

Presented by Two Rivers Gallery and All My Relations Arts, Reframe Minnesota: Art Beyond a Single Story is a group exhibition that explores the potential future of art at the Minnesota State Capitol. Incorporating a variety of mediums and techniques, the exhibition showcases 12 Minnesota artists, as well as students from local elementary schools. The exhibition is in accordance with the current renovations of the State Capitol and the discussion surrounding the artwork within it. Painters, photographers, sculptors, and printmakers respond to the current artwork of the capitol and its representation of Native Americans, as well as other communities of color. The opening reception will feature music by DJ Michel.Be, and indigenous food will be provided by Powwow Grounds and Gatherings Cafe.

All My Relations Arts: 1414 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404

Two Rivers Gallery:1530 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404

Public Functionary: Joyful is the Dark

June 25, 2016 7:00pm-midnight

Caroline_KentImage Source: Public Functionary.

A solo exhibition of Caroline Kent, Joyful is the Dark features large-scale paintings, text-based pieces, and works on paper. Kent has a renewed interest in abstract art, from which she took a 3 year hiatus. Language and text are important elements of the exhibition: literary and film subtitles appear throughout the show, as well as provoking quotations that aim to have the viewer connect the text to the images. Along with the exhibition is the essay by Christina Schmid “Close Encounters with the Dark,” a self-publish piece available to those at the gallery.

1400 12th Avenue NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413

National

Ronin Gallery: The Great Wave: Contemporary Talents of Japan

June 23, 2016, 5:30-8:00pm

ronin galleryImage Source: Artsy.

Exhibiting a selection of the emerging artist from Japan, The Great Wave: Contemporary Talents from Japan, presents work relating to the 5th anniversary of the Tohoku tsunami and earthquake. Exploring themes of creation and destruction, the exhibition includes work by AGIC, Sarah Brayer, Horiyoshi III, Yuki Ideguchi, Tomomi Kamoshita, Nao Morigo, Yuki Nishimoto, Masato Sudo, Cyoko Tamai, and Hideo Takeda, as well as Yamaguchi Keisuke (Oz) – the winner of the Ronin|Globus Artist-in-Residence Program. These artists blur the line between tradition and innovation, classical Japanese imagery and contemporary pop culture. The exhibition aims to create a cross-cultural conversation around Japanese visual arts.  The exhibition will continue through July 30th.

425 Madison Avenue, New York City, New York

International

Simon Lee Gallery: Bas Jan Ader

June 24, 2016

BASImage Source: Artsy.

As one of the most influential artists of his time, Bas Jan Ader has inspired generations of creative thinkers. Ader created about 35 works over the course of his short career, spanning from 1969 to 1975. The exhibition feature 5 of his short “falling” films, which will be shown in their original 16mm format. As well as 1974 film Primary Time. The exhibited works surround themes of control and the forces of nature. The exhibition is will be on display until August 26th.

12 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8DT England

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