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Art

Representing Sota-Rico

by Jay Boller
Published March 6, 2008
Local emcee Maria Isa balances heritage, politics and style.

Fresh fish, stale service

Published March 6, 2008
Fuji Ya on Lyndale and Lake stumbles in its service, but soars in its sushi.

A new technological paradigm

Published February 28, 2008
A new exhibit at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery turns the notion of nature/technology on its head.

Feels like home

by John Sand
Published February 21, 2008
"Worlds Away" both critiques and celebrates America's trend of suburbanization.

A few bites of feminist art

by Becky Lang
Published February 14, 2008
Something about that X chromosome led to art, and "Bitter Fruits" samples a ripe bushel.

Memory and all its bird calls

Published February 7, 2008
Mike Carina's art finds a slightly metaphysical way to catalogue travels.

Naples by the slice

Published January 31, 2008
Minneapolis' Punch Pizza is an ideal escape from the greasy boxes layering your floor.

Sketches hidden in the books

Published January 24, 2008
The Nash gallery goes for more intimate territory by peering at the artist's sketches.

The ghost of rhythms past

by Sara Nicole Miller
Published December 6, 2007
Local muralist Ta-coumba Aiken reawakens the spirit of community at the MIA.

The woman in the mirror

by Sara Nicole Miller
Published November 1, 2007
A collection at the Walker Art Center of Frida Kahlo's work showcases more than a turbulent life.

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