When artist Edgar Heap of Birds arrives to a new city for an exhibition, he thinks about how he can honor the place and the indigenous people who live there. In his newest self-titled solo exhibition at Minneapolis' Bockley Gallery, Heap of Birds showcases art spanning his long career, from text-based conceptual pieces produced in the 1980s and '90s, to abstract paintings from his colorful 2012 Neuf series. Then there's the new signage series titled "Native Hosts for Minnesota" (2017).
Friday, Sept 22: 1-4 p.m. Art & Activism at the University of Minnesota – Coffman Memorial Union (300 SE Washington Ave, Mpls 55455) https://www.facebook.com/events/286796718472213/In his newest self-titled solo exhibition at Minneapolis' Bockley Gallery, Heap of Birds showcases art spanning his long career, from text-based conceptual pieces produced in the 1980s and '90s, to abstract paintings from his colorful 2012 Neuf series.
Minneapolis-based photographer Michael Crouser’s new book "Mountain Ranch" (University of Texas Press) is a gentle yet powerful collection of photographs documenting the traditional cattle ranchers in the mountains of northwest Colorado. Capturing this fading tradition, however, happened completely by accident, after some friends asked him to come out and photograph calving season. “Some friends of mine were living near these ranchers and invited me to come out,” he said.
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