Minnesota photographer Wing Young Huie, whose parents emigrated from China, will soon release a new book, "Chinese-ness," a broad look at identity in both the United States and China.
“I’m the sort of person that people immediately tell their secrets to,” says artist Lisa Luck, whose business Daughters and Sons pops up around the Minneapolis area. “In the grocery store, or [...]
‘To Survive on This Shore’ Jess T. Dugan and Vanessa Fabbre Explore the Diversity and Dignity of Transgender Experience
Artist Jess T. Dugan and social worker Vanessa Fabbre’s new project, “To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults,” combats [...]
It’s a humid morning, and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in Saint Louis’ Grand Center Arts District is wreathed in a bevy of shifting clouds.
Wonder Women: St. Louis’ Projects+Gallery to Show the Photography of Italian Artist Maïmouna Guerresi
If Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic explored the peril—and whimsy—of corporeal transformation, then artist Maïmouna Guerresi grants it spiritual scope.
This labor of love for the unexpected becomes a kind of art in itself—one of patience and resolve that, as Josef Harris puts it, “takes your whole life to practice.”
“Because I’m not from here, there’s still this dissonance with St. Louis. I’ll never understand it fully, but I truly don’t think anyone really does.”
"Barrett is, above all, a master of addition, of cross-pollination ... "
An artist transforms the white box into a trippy parallel universe.