Activity

  • Opening Reception: Saturday November 12, from 6:00 to 8:00pm Show Runs: November 9 through December 19, 2016. Gallery hours, Wed - Saturday 12:00 to 5:00pm.  Featuring the art of Sean Connaughty, Kate Casanova, Eric William Carroll, Chase boston, Alison Hiltner, and John Schuerman Verity In Vision: Art at the Edge of Human/Nature Humans have learned to control their environment like no other species on the earth. We exalt ourselves for this difference, for controlling the elements and imposin…
  • Please join us for a live Performance of Transplant Eyes by Pedram Baldari and Nooshin Hakim. Developed during their recent travels and artist residency in Germany, this performance directly addresses the tactile and emotional experiences of living and working internationally. The piece creates unknowns and elicits responses. Its inherent unpredictability is also its beauty, and moment of truth.   Transplant Eyes Brings together artists from around the world, this exhibit seeks to provoke an i…
  • Please join us for a live Performance of Transplant Eyes by Pedram Baldari and Nooshin Hakim. Developed during their recent travels and artist residency in Germany, this performance directly addresses the tactile and emotional experiences of living and working internationally.  The piece creates unknowns and elicits responses. Its inherent unpredictability is also its beauty, and moment of truth.   Transplant Eyes Brings together artists from around the world, this exhibit seeks to provoke an…
  • Featuring: Katayoun Amjadi, Fatima Zahra Elfilali, Nina Ghanbarzadeh, Wing Young Huie, Yevgenia Kaganovich, Mika Negishi Laidlaw, Nirmal Raja, Xavier Tavera, Rina Yoon Transplant Eyes features a group of diaspora artists currently living in the United States who use their expressions of identity as a means of engagement. Through a range of mediums and styles, these transnational artists explore what it means to be both an individual and an artist in a cross-cultural space. Their collective wor…
  • Please join us for a live Performance of Transplant Eyes by Pedram Baldari and Nooshin Hakim.  Developed during their recent travels and artist residency in Germany, this performance directly addresses the tactile and emotional experiences of living and working internationally.  The piece creates unknowns and elicits responses. Its inherent unpredictability is also its beauty, and moment of truth.   Saturday, October 15, 2016, 6-7pm
  • Featuring: Katayoun Amjadi, Fatima Zahra Elfilali, Nina Ghanbarzadeh, Wing Young Huie, Yevgenia Kaganovich, Mika Negishi Laidlaw, Nirmal Raja, Xavier Tavera, Rina Yoon Transplant Eyes features a group of diaspora artists currently living in the United States who use their expressions of identity as a means of engagement. Through a range of mediums and styles, these transnational artists explore what it means to be both an individual and an artist in a cross-cultural space. Their collective wor…
  • Exhibition Run: September 10 - October 22, 2016. Featuring: Katayoun Amjadi, Fatima Zahra Elfilali, Nina Ghanbarzadeh, Wing Young Huie, Yevgenia Kaganovich, Mika Negishi Laidlaw, Nirmal Raja, Xavier Tavera, Rina Yoon Transplant Eyes features a group of diaspora artists currently living in the United States who use their expressions of identity as a means of engagement. Through a range of mediums and styles, these transnational artists explore what it means to be both an individual and an art…
  • Unfiltered: The Art of Sue Coe, Nancy Robinson, and the Guerrilla Girls Exhibition Run: January 23 - March 12, 2016.  Opening Reception: Saturday, January 23, 6-8pm As part of the Guerrilla Girls Takeover of Minneapolis, Instinct Gallery has paired internationally recognized illustrator, Sue Coe with local painter Nancy Robinson. Both women came of age as artists in the 1970-1980s, a time of uprising on many fronts including feminism.  The exhibition also includes a video by the Guerrilla Gir…
  • SINGERS INVITED + AUDIENCES WELCOMED! Your Chance to Sing: Nooshin Hakim, Pedram Baldari and Andreea-Sorina Koch will be recording anyone willing to sing a song of comfort, compiling these songs and sending them to groups of Syrian Refugees. There will be a private recording booth for singers. Note: The lullabies are meant to be sung a capella style, so without musical accompaniment or instruments. Voice only!  Performances in the Gallery: Katayoun Amjadi, Aida Shahghasemi, Qais Munhazim, Ali M…
  • Opening Saturday November 21, from 6:00 to 8:00pm Featuring: David Aschenbrener, Juliane Shibata, Chase Boston, Tina Blondell, Inna Valin, Christopher E. Harrison, Nooshin Hakim, Peter B. Nelson, and Catherine L. Johnson The word empathy comes from the Greek, Em (in) and Pathos (feeling).  To feel in union with someone.  It is not an acknowledgement, it is participation.  The title, Humanly Possible cuts both ways. Empathy is possible because we are human, but because we are human we can c…