- Mark Ostapchuk
- Recent paintings
- January 03—February 21, 2015
College of Visual Arts Alumni Exhibition, Juried by Kristin Makholm, Executive Director of the Minnesota Museum of American Art
- February 26—March 21, 2015
Sculpture and Collage by Cameron Zebrun.
March 26 – May 2, 2014
A solo exhibition of abstract drawings and paintings by artist Jil Evans, engaged with the compositions and structural inventions in the paintings of the sixteenth century Venetian painter Tintoretto.
May 07 – June 13, 2015
An invitational exhibition of five nationally recognized book artists: Inge Bruggeman, Daniel Essig,
Karen Kunc, Sara Langworthy and Gaylord Schanilec, curated by Form+Content members Jody
Williams and Jim Dryden.
June 18 – July 25, 2015
An exhibition for graphic designers and
visual communicators to submit new or existing
work in response to current social, political, cultural
and economic conditions.
Participating Designers and Artists:
Keith Christensen,Jordan Darby, Jim Dryden,
Stephanie Glaros, Chandler O’Leary & Carol Inderieden, Jan Jancourt, Daniel Jasper, Bill Jeter, Sieng Lee, Aaron Marx, Heidi Miller, Jeffrey Morrison, John O’Neill, Jack Pavlik & Peng Wu, George Roberts, Jan Sabach, Todd Thyberg, Brandon Waybright, Russ White.
July 30 – September 5, 2015
An exhibition of new work by Kenneth Steinbach at Form + Content Gallery in Minneapolis. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the International Monetary System is an exhibition of large-scale graphite wall drawings and altered banknotes that explore the visual characteristics and underlying behaviors of fiat currencies.
September 10 – October 17, 2015
An exhibition of new sculpture and paintings by Minneapolis artist Jim Dryden
As with all of his work, Dryden is interested in connections and how things relate; this new work addresses the concept of gravity as a natural phenomenon by which all objects attract one another. Gravity as a force manifests itself in this new work both visually and physically.
October 22 – November 28, 2015
An exhibition of paintings by Howard Oransky
The exhibition consists of seven artworks, made with oil-on-canvas, on the theme of water as a metaphor of experience. The paintings are composed of many small gestures that together form a system of color, light and movement. For Oransky, painting is like an ocean -- an endless expanse of possibilities. This exhibition is dedicated with love to the memory of Jacob Igra.
December 03, 2015 – January 09, 2016