Minnesota Modern: Four Artists of the Twentieth Century
As Minnesota approached the mid-century mark after World War II, the Twin Cities enjoyed a thriving community of talented and successful visual artists. Among them, four individuals stood out; Dewey Albinson (1898-1971), Cameron Booth (1892-1980), Clement Haupers (1900-1982) and Elof Wedin (1901-1983). View an exhibit of their work, through paintings and prints drawn from the MNHS permanent collection. "Minnesota Modern" is presented in conjunction with the release of a publication of the same name by Afton Press. On view Nov. 22, 2014 through March 22, 2015.
The exhibit is included with the cost of house tours at $9 for adults, $7 for seniors and college students, $6 for children age 6 to 17 and free for MNHS members. Visitors can also view the exhibit only for $2.
Exhibits may be viewed as part of regular tours or with gallery-only admission of $2.