Pieces from “Invincible Summer” are hung on the outside walls of of the galleries. Photo: Courtesy of Minnesota Street Project In June, Minnesota Street Project galleries opened Invincible Summer , a group exhibition unlike anything they’d offered before. Each gallery has installed a piece in the building’s atrium or upstairs catwalk, effectively turning the viewing rooms inside out. The result is an exhibition that can be visited safely in a well-ventilated communal space, while many of the galleries remain shuttered due to public health directives.
The exhibit’s title is taken from Albert Camus’s essay, “Return to Tipasa,” in which one […]