Posted Oct 15, 2010
JoAnn Verburg‘s photographs have been exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney, and the International Center of Photography. On October 26th, 2010 from 6-9 p.m., the MPLS Photo Center will host a talk by the artist, “JoAnn Verburg: Photographs as Site Specific Sculptures.” The talk is free to all MPLS Photo Center members and $10 for guests or $5 for students. To RSVP email: Lectures@MplsPhotoCenter.com Click here for more information on the MPLS Photo Center.
Here at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Verburg’s work, Thanksgiving, 2001, is a part of Art ReMix: East/West in Gallery 206.
Posted Sep 23, 2010
After stopping by the MIA, check out a few local photography exhibitions.
Installation view of Portraits/100 Years: Robert Maplethorpe, Isabella Rossellini, 1988 and Alec Soth, Misty, 2005.
The Weinstein Gallery is currently showing Portraits/100 Years: August Sanders, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Alec Soth. This exhibition is on view through October 1st. Click here for more information on the Weinstein Gallery.
MPLS Photo Center has two exhibits on display. Black, White & All Points in Between is a juried exhibition of 69 photographs by 69 photographers, Black, White & All Points in Between showcases the state of black and white photography today. The exhibition runs through October 25th.
Street Scene: Incidents in Real Life is a group exhibit by local photographers Mike Dvorak, Walter Horishnyk, Kirby Johnson & Orin Rutchick. The exhibit is on display through October 3rd. For more information on the MPLS Photo Center, including gallery times and location, check out their website.