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The Best of All Possible Worlds

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detail (DRAIN)
Jasmine Wallace

Group exhibition round 2 of 2010 U of M MFA thesis projects featuring: David Donovan, Laura Primozic, Chad Rutter, Meng Tang, Jasmine Wallace, Josh Winkler

The Trouble Begins at Eight

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Tent Services detail Peter Haakon Thompson

MFA thesis show at Katherine Nash Gallery 4.1.2010, featuring work by TJ Barnes, Juana Berrío, Jason Gaspar, Lindsay Montgomery, Jessica Teckemeyer, and Peter Haakon Thompson.

Nash Gallery / Rivers of Regeneration

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still image from "welcome to a world where anything is possible" by cheryl wilgren clyne

Almos(t)here. New Bearings from Contemporary Artists in Europe.

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still image from "Borderlands" by Minna Rainio and Mark Roberts

Almos(t)here. New Bearings from Contemporary Artists in Europe.
Katherine Nash Gallery, Regis Center for Art, University of Minnesota
405 21st Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55455

Friday, January 22 - Thursday, February 18, 2010
Exhibition opening 22nd January 6.00-8.30pm
Opening remarks at 7.00 pm by Consul General of Finland, Ambassador Ritva Jolkkonen and Clarence Morgan, Professor and Chair of the Department of Art

Adel Abidin (Iraq/Finland), Ursula Biemann (Switzerland), Jaakko Heikkilä (Finland), Minna Rainio & Mark Roberts (Finland/UK), Pauliina Salminen and Andres Jaschek (Finland/Argentina/France), Maria Ylikoski (Finland), Katarina Zdjelar (Serbia/Netherlands)

The exhibition brings together a selection of internationally renowned Finnish and European-based artists who deal with issues of dislocation and migration or challenge manifestations of mental and physical borders in a globalized world. The artists approach these global and political issues from varying angles - some artworks are rooted in personal experience, others are based on investigation and direct engagement with different communities and people.

http://www.almosthere.us/