801 Gallery
801 N. Washington, Mpls. 55401

All My Relations Gallery
1414 E. Franklin Ave.

The Horse Nation of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ
Horse Nation is a new exhibition that explores how horses shape the history, spirituality, and culture of the Dakota, Nakhota, and Lakhota people, collectively known as the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ or the Seven Council Fires.
The exhibition features more than 30 artworks—including paintings, textiles, film, and beadwork—by nationally renowned contemporary Native American artists. More of the exhibition will be on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and Two Rivers Gallery throughout the summer.
Through October 8

ColorWheel Gallery
319 W 46th St.

courageous HeARTS’
2235 E. 38th St.,

Douglas Flanders & Associates
818 W. Lake St.

East Lake Library
2727 E. Lake St.

Gage Family Art Gallery
22nd Ave. S. at Riverside Ave.

For the Gods by Priscilla Briggs
An exhibition of photographs that considers various facets of India’s economic and social structure in the wake of globalization. The photographs are designed to communicate contrasts within current environmental and economic realities in India, and to raise questions of cause and effect, within our small world of finite resources.
Through July 31

Gamut Gallery
717 S. 10th St.

Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace

Goldstein Museum of Design
McNeal Gallery
1985 Buford Ave., St. Paul 55108

Highpoint Center for Printmaking
912 W. Lake St.

Instinct Art Gallery
940 Nicollet Mall

Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center
788 E. 7th St., St. Paul 55106
Maryanne Quiroz, 651-366-0006
Cenoch Quiroz, 612-203-5690

Intermedia Arts
2822 Lyndale Ave. S.

Metro State St. Paul Campus,  Gordon Parks Gallery in the Library and Learning Center
645 E. Seventh St.

Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 3rd Ave. S.
612-870 3000

Modus Locus
3500 Bloomington Ave. S.

Fruit Lover, A Visual Odyssey on Fruit – Silvia Yordanova
Featuring different fruits around the world through watercolors and colored pencil drawings, these studies are an invitation to explore and reinvent our relationship to fruit—nature’s expression of love and abundance. With these works, Silvia Yordanova intends to express her appreciation of the delight they bring to us.
As a lifelong lover of plants, Silvia feels the urge to keep learning and sharing. She is inspired by plants and feels the responsibility to point out their importance, emphasize their beauty and share their inspiration. “Fruit Lover” is her attempt to express this joyful relationship and the gratitude she feels for the unconditional love plants give us on a daily basis.
Silvia is an artist of all media and has over 25 years of experience in the arts. She was born in Yambol, Bulgaria, and grew up in a family of artists—Diana Yordanova, a painter, and Petko Yordanov, a sculptor.  She studied landscape architecture in the graduate program of University of Forestry in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 2005 she came to the U.S. and started working at the MN Landscape Arboretum as a part of a student exchange program. In 2008 she received a master’s degree in landscape architecture from the University of Minnesota. Silvia’s professional projects and artwork have been inspired by nature and she strives to create artwork that is pleasant to the eye and brings positive emotions to people.
Through July 23

Northern Clay Center
2424 E. Franklin Ave.

Regla De Oro
2743 Lyndale Ave. S.

Solid State Vinyl Records
4022 E. 46th St.

Soo Visual Arts Center
2909 Bryant Ave. S., Suite 101

Squirrel Haus Arts
3450 Snelling Ave.

Susan Hensel Gallery
3441 Cedar Ave. S.

Vine Arts Center
2637 27th Ave. S.

The White Page
3400 Cedar Ave. S.

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