Current Exhibition

Wired

Photographs by Christopher Atkins

Through February 20, 2016

3- Minute Egg recently interviewed Christopher Atkins about his exhibit, Wired!!

Minneapolis photographer, Christopher Atkins, opens Kolman & Pryor Gallery’s 2016 exhibition schedule with a collection of images that explore the relationship between light and dark, restlessness and ease, sleep and wakefulness. The show is Kolman & Pryor Gallery’s first photography exhibition. Taken at night, during periods in which Atkins couldn’t sleep, the photographs are reflections on living in a light-filled world and a culture that values 24/7 technological connectivity.

 

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Upcoming Exhibition

Singular Nature

An Exhibition of Kayak Sculptures by Cameron Zebrun

February 27, 2016 -April 9, 2016

Opening Reception:

Saturday, February 27, 7-10 p.m.

Singular Nature,  showcases a selection of work in which Kolman & Pryor Gallery artist, Cameron Zebrun, uses the sleek lines and elegant curves of the kayak as a three-dimensional sculptural form. Through this form, on which he creates abstract topographies of the natural world, Zebrun explores the sense of solitude he experiences in nature and as an artist.

Singular Nature is funded in part by a 2015 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant.

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No Boys Allowed: Honoring the Women of Kolman & Pryor Gallery

Kolman & Pryor Gallery is proud to honor the women of Kolman & Pryor Gallery by presenting No Boys Allowed in the gallery’s new “intimate space.” Held in conjunction with the Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover, No Boys Allowed showcases ceramics and paintings by Kolman & Pryor Gallery artists, Betsy Ruth Byers, Jil Evans, Farida Hughes, Kelly Jean Ohl and Jodi Reeb. The exhibition, curated by gallery co-owners, Anita Sue Kolman and Patrick K. Pryor, runs from January 30 through March 12, 2016.

Committed to showcasing and supporting the work of Minnesota women artists since its inception, Kolman & Pryor Gallery’s artist roster has always been dominated by women. Thus, the gallery is proud to be part of the Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover. From January to March, 2016, the Takeover will include over thirty arts and cultural organizations in Minneapolis and St. Paul and surrounding cities.

“We at the Kolman & Pryor Gallery are excited about our participation in the Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover,” says Anita Sue Kolman, gallery co-owner. “Our show, No Boys Allowed, will help raise awareness and questions about the role of gender in art. Have we moved beyond gender or does gender still affect artistic judgments and perceptions? This show will give our gallery visitors and artists an opportunity to consider these ideas and more as we start the new year of 2016.”

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