shifting baselines

  • Form and content presents an exhibition of visual works by printmaking rooted artists Ruthann Godollei, Teréz Iacovino and Michael Marks. In their own ways Godollei, Iacovino and Marks point out protracted degrading, ongoing changes our lives and world.

    January 10 - February 16, 2019


    fare tredici

    • Form + Content gallery presents a group exhibition showcasing recent works by current gallery members in celebrating our 13th year.

      February 21, - March 30, 2019


      parts known

      • Form + Content Gallery presents: Parts Known, new works by Marty Nash and Daryn Lowman. The artists use their personal arsenals of forms and abstract elements, to create ‘narratives.’ Their work is surprisingly complementary; each striving to build subtle and robust references, tethered to process and tradition in painting and sculpture.

        • April 04 - May 11, 2019

LAYERS of time

  • Form + Content Gallery presents Layers of Time, an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Clarence Morgan, Stuart Nielsen, and Howard Oransky. The exhibition celebrates the perspective of artistic change over time, in recognition of the decades-long dedication each artist has brought to their studio practice. The artists also have a shared connection to the Department of Art at the University of Minnesota: Clarence Morgan is a member of the faculty, Stuart Nielsen is an alumnus, and Howard Oransky is a member of the staff. Morgan and Oransky showed their work together twice before at Form + Content Gallery: in Shared Distance in 2009 and in Patterns of Dialogue in 2016.

    • May 16 - June 22, 2019

    • BETULA

      • Form + Content Gallery presents “Betula”, exploring the tension of the unrestrained woods. There is both darkness and light, fear and awe. By examining decaying birch trees, Annie Irene Hejny questions the parallels between our human bodies and the natural world.

        • June 27 - August 03, 2019

Resonance in A Dissonant Time

Form + Content Gallery presents Photographer Ellie Kingsbury and Butoh performer Gadu’s collaboration of subconscious creativity, and a harmonious invitation in a divided time. Gadu will perform at the artists’ reception, with photos from a previous performance hanging on the walls.

Ellie Kingsbury, is an awarded Twin Cities photographer, and Gadu, a dancer, choreographer and master teacher of spring forest qigong.

August 08 - September 14, 2019