Posts Tagged ‘Minneapolis Institute of Art’

More Real?: False Realities at SITE Santa Fe

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In place of what would have been SITE Santa Fe’s 9th International Biennial, the exhibition More Real?: Art in the Age of Truthiness is mounted as a question. Through cumulative stagings, illusions, virtual worlds, and fictional archives the exhibition creates a circuit of “truthiness”. The term coined by the venerable pop icon Stephen Colbert essentially means truth through gut feeling or desire rather than fact.[.....]

Our History in the Present Tense

There are two shows in Minneapolis that share a familiar photographic theme. From W.P.A. era photographers roaming the country to Nan Goldin‘s efforts to record her friends and loved ones, these photographs hope to mirror what and who we are and to write our history in the present tense. The Minneapolis Institute of Art’s Embarrassment of Riches and The Walker Art Center‘s From Here to[.....]