ON VIEWALAN SEKULA: FISH STORY
Allan Sekula’s combination photo and text essay challenges romantic notions of the sea and brings forward the economic, climate, and political forces that shape the global shipping industry.
AMONG FRIENDS: THE GENEROSITY OF JUDY AND KEN DAYTON
Explore an exhibition that highlights celebrated artists of the mid- and late 20th century and pays tribute to the generosity of the Dayton family.
KAHLIL ROBERT IRVING: ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE PRESENT
Shifting our focus to the unnoticed materials existing just beneath our feet, St. Louis–based artist Kahlil Robert Irving presents sculptures, videos, and industrial-made objects that consider our relationship to the city street.
ART WEEK EVENTSARTISTS TALK
Join panelists Makeda Best, Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography and Interim Head, Division of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Harvard Art Museum; Ina Steiner, Studio Manager of Allan Sekula; Benjamin J. Young, Faculty Associate in Art History at the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts, Arizona State University and contemporary artist Lyle Ashton Harris for a thought-provoking conversation exploring the powerful narratives and socio-political implications embedded within the exhibition of Allan Sekula's tour-de-force work Fish Story.
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Minneapolis, MN 55403
Sat, Sun, Wed 11–5; Thurs 11–9; Fri 11–7
Image: Allan Sekula. Chapter Six: “True Cross” from Fish Story (#87), 1988-1995.