Quarter Gallery

  • Abstract painting of a daisy superimposed over a skull.
    Julia Maiuri, Bloom, 2020, Oil on canvas, 10 x 8 in.
  • Abstract painting of a fly superimposed over a circle with flower like shadows.
    Julia Maiuri, The Fly, 2020, Oil on canvas, 10 x 8 in.
  • Abstract painting of a spider reflecting its own shadow.
    Julia Maiuri, Gleam, 2020, Oil on canvas, 10 x 8 in.
  • Installation of foam and ceramic sculptures
    Cody Hilleboe, Squish (2), 2020, Installation of foam, ceramics, glaze, plywood, Dimensions variable.
  • Image of two abstract ceramic sculpture resting on a plywood pedestal
    Cody Hilleboe, Squish (2) detail, 2020, Ceramics and glaze, 19 x 21 x 15 in. and 12 x 25 x 16 in.
  • Detail of an abstract ceramic sculpture resting on a plywood pedestal
    Cody Hilleboe, Squish (2) detail, 2020, Ceramics and glaze, 19 x 21 x 15 in. and 12 x 25 x 16 in.
  • Abstract sculpture constructed from steel, plastic, dye, foam, plastic string, and synthetic thread.
    Nadia Kellner, Glow, 2020, Steel, plastic, dye, foam, plastic string, synthetic thread, 48 x 24 x 78 in.
  • Abstract sculpture constructed from wool, concrete, steel, twine, salt, fired ceramic pieces, and plaster.
    Nadia Kellner, Fur and Salt, 2020, Wool, concrete, steel, twine, salt, fired ceramic pieces, plaster, 42 x 84 x 78 in.
  • Abstract sculpture constructed from wood, steel, willow branches, salt, clay, and sand.
    Nadia Kellner, Untitled, 2020, Wood, steel, willow branches, salt, clay, sand, 72 x 84 x 96 in.
  • Film still of a performance featuring a figure wearing a dinosaur mask.
    Nicholas Bauch, Desert Archive, with Escort, 1, 2020, Performance with painted banker boxes, vinyl, library books, glass vials, water, latex mask, and commercial shelves, Documentation film still by Xavier Tavera.
  • Image of a yellow call slip with black text.
    Nicholas Bauch, Desert Archive, Call Slip, 2020, Risograph-printed index card, 3.5 x 5 in.
  • Film still of a performance featuring a figure wearing a dinosaur mask.
    Nicholas Bauch, Desert Archive, with Escort, 2, 2020, Performance with painted banker boxes, vinyl, library books, glass vials, water, latex mask, commercial shelves, and lemonade mix, Documentation film still by Xavier Tavera.
  • Abstract painting of a daisy superimposed over a skull.
  • Abstract painting of a fly superimposed over a circle with flower like shadows.
  • Abstract painting of a spider reflecting its own shadow.
  • Installation of foam and ceramic sculptures
  • Image of two abstract ceramic sculpture resting on a plywood pedestal
  • Detail of an abstract ceramic sculpture resting on a plywood pedestal
  • Abstract sculpture constructed from steel, plastic, dye, foam, plastic string, and synthetic thread.
  • Abstract sculpture constructed from wool, concrete, steel, twine, salt, fired ceramic pieces, and plaster.
  • Abstract sculpture constructed from wood, steel, willow branches, salt, clay, and sand.
  • Film still of a performance featuring a figure wearing a dinosaur mask.
  • Image of a yellow call slip with black text.
  • Film still of a performance featuring a figure wearing a dinosaur mask.

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Fresh Works
November 23 - January 18, 2021

Traversing painting, sculpture, ceramics, and performance, graduate students Nicholas Bauch, Cody Hilleboe, Julia Maiuri, and Nadia Kellner present an eclectic mix of recently completed works. While Hilleboe and Kellner are deeply invested in explorations of materiality, Bauch and Maiuri craft strange, unsettling, and, at times, humorous images.

About the Artists
Nicholas Bauch works at the intersection of art and geography. He holds a Ph.D. in Geography (2010) from the University of California-Los Angeles, where he specialized in cultural and historical geography. He is the author of Enchanting the Desert (2016, Stanford University Press), and A Geography of Digestion (2017, University of California Press). Prior to pursuing an M.F.A. degree, he was founding faculty director of the Experimental Geography Studio at the University of Oklahoma, the Studio’s first home. He has taught geography, photography, history, and language at six universities since 2004. Between 2012 and 2016, he was a scholar at Stanford University’s digital humanities research center.

Cody Hilleboe intuitively responds to material, often working with clay and found objects to create sculptural installations. He earned a BFA from the University of Montana and has participated in residencies at Medalta, Cub Creek Foundation, and Taos Clay Studio. Hilleboe's work is held in the permanent collection of the Montana Museum of Art and Culture.

Nadia Kellner's studio practice examines materiality through the construction of large-scale sculptures and manipulated spaces. Growing up in Cairo, Egypt, Kellner's work reflects her experience living in a congested and hectic city— a place of relentless urban development. Kellner holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and has participated in residencies at Mudfire, Salem Art Works, and Penland School of Craft. In 2018 she received a sculpture commission from the Cedar Park Sculpture Garden in Cedar Park, Texas.

Julia Maiuri's paintings reinterpret family stories and private narratives through uncanny phenomena such as dream worlds, alternate realities, and doppelgängers. Through the process of painting, familiar symbols become tinged by something hauntingly unfamiliar. She holds a BFA from Wayne State University and has exhibited nationally in Minneapolis, Detroit, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and New York. Maiuri's work has been featured in numerous publications including Floorr Magazine, WOPOZI, and Art Maze Mag.

Currently closed in an effort to Stop the Spread of Covid-19.

Contact the Gallery

Teréz Iacovino 
Assistant Curator
(612) 624-7900
iaco0030@umn.edu

Who We Serve

The Quarter Gallery is a 2,000 sq. ft. space
presenting a variety of faculty, staff, and student 
exhibitions, as well as opportunities to exhibit work
through the RCA Emerging Artist Exhibition Program.

Based on an open-call juried by faculty and a member
of the broader arts community, 2-6 artists are selected
annually. Learn more about the program [here].

Location

Regis Center for Art (East)
405 21st Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Gallery Hours

Currently closed in an effort to
Stop the Spread of Covid-19.

Accessibility & Parking

We are accessible via Metro Transit's Blue LineGreen LineBus route 2, and Bus route 7. Parking is available nearby on the street, at the 21st Avenue South ramp5th Street South lot, and 19th Avenue South ramp.