The art world is constantly buzzing with new developments, and this week is no exception. Here are some of the latest art news briefs:
- The Minnesota Historical Society has opened a new exhibition featuring Indigenous art and artifacts from the state’s history. The exhibition, called “Our Home: Native Minnesota,” aims to showcase the deep and ongoing connections between Indigenous peoples and the land.
- The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival is set to kick off on April 8, featuring over 150 independent films from around the world. The festival will also include a series of virtual discussions with filmmakers and industry experts.
- The Palestinian performance artist Samah Sabawi will be giving a virtual talk on April 13 about her work, which explores issues of displacement, identity, and resistance.
- The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis has announced a new exhibition of contemporary art from Latin America, set to open in November. The exhibition, called “Farsites: Urban Crisis and Domestic Symptoms in Recent Contemporary Art,” will explore the impact of rapid urbanization and economic change on people’s lives.
- The Minnesota Museum of American Art has launched a new online exhibition featuring the work of local artists. The exhibition, called “Inside|Out,” showcases a diverse range of artists and styles, and is designed to promote community engagement with art.
These art news briefs offer a glimpse into the exciting and ever-changing world of art. Whether you’re a seasoned art enthusiast or simply curious about the latest developments, there’s always something new to discover.