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Invincible Summer, a new group exhibition in the atrium of the building, features art by the galleries of Minnesota Street Project. The title of the exhibition is drawn from a line in Albert Camus’ 1953 essay, Return to Tipasa.
In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.
From our roster, art by Brigitte Carnochan, Maia Flore and Beverly Rayner were selected. Click here for an in-depth look at the exhibition and click here for information to schedule a socially distanced appointment to see Invincible Summer.
Please note, a reservation is to only see Invincible Summer in the atrium. To visit a specific galleryin the building, please contact them directly.
Invincible Summer Minnesots Street Project galleries
July to September 2020