From Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program
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Part one of a narrative noise concrete sermonette brought to you in four weekly episodes.
Photographer Dan Dennehy interviews Vance Gellert about his photographic journeys to Peru and Bolivia.
George Slade discusses Found Voice, Solo Museum with artist Abinadi Meza
Richard Rock talks about painting in galleries of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Andrea Stanislav leads listeners through a virtual tour of her exhibition River to Infinity--The Vanishing Points.
Ta-coumba Aiken's work calls and responds with the people who interact with it everyday. Aiken and the public discuss his works.
Camille Gage and Megan Vossler appropriate images found on the internet as the source of ther artwork, giving the viewer and artists an opportunity to think about the aftermath.
Megan Rye's paintings, based on photographs her brother took while stationed in Iraq offer a first person account of the war. Justin Newhall's photographs of war reenactors, on the other hand present war as viewed through the nostalgic lens of the past.
Jantje Visscher's Drawings in Light series, explores the world of nature through the lens of science and geometry. In these new works, lights shine on strips of clear, shiny plastic (she uses either acetate or “petg,” a kind of polyethylene, which is a common and hard-to-open packaging material)
For nearly seven years, Griep has drawn the physical and spiritual spaces of Chartres Cathedral (France), Angkor Wat (Cambodia), Thatbinyinyu (Myanmar), and The Palace of Governors (Mexico). Her highly detailed, scale recreations capture Griep's personal experience with the spaces. She has mentally dismantled and reconstructed each building on paper in her effort to gain a greater understanding of these spaces and how they continue to speak to us.
Andrea Carlson and Jim Denomie tell stories so old and new, so powerful and provocative, they cannont be contained by the canvas edge.
Rollin Marquette goes from concept to execution in the installation of his latest MAEP exhibition.
Artist Chris Larson talks about his film, Crush Collision with Britta Hallin and Grant Hart who appear in the film. Music by The Spiritual Knights
Join Matthew Bakkom in an interview with artists Freddy Muñoz about his exhibition, Freddy Muñoz: Paintings 2002-2006.
Download an MAEP artist podcast and join artist Alexa Horochowski as she leads a tour of her exhibit, The Unicorn in Captivity.
Program Coordinator Stewart Turnquist gives a brief overview of the MAEP Program