Regis West Gallery

  • Sculptural objects suspended in an atrium space including a white frame with prints sewn in red thread.
    Nicole Cerniglia, Mom, I’m Tired, 2021, Intaglio and embroidery string
  • Detail of two hanging sculptural objects in an atrium space that are connected by read thread
    Nicole Cerniglia, Mom, I’m Tired, 2021, Intaglio and embroidery string
  • Detail of an etching sewn in the left hand corner with red thread
    Nicole Cerniglia, Mom, I’m Tired, 2021, Intaglio and embroidery string
  • Detail of a paper sculpture made of multiple etchings sewn together with red thread
    Nicole Cerniglia, Mom, I’m Tired, 2021, Intaglio and embroidery string
  • The messenger is a woman screen printed on light green Asian paper. Hanging from the balcony above are two spinning coins on string overlapping the screenprint.
    Jacklyn Dahl, Pay the Messenger, 2021, Screenprint on handmade paper and risographs on layered paper.
  • The first coin on the blue string has a woman's face facing left and on the other side an owl.
    Jacklyn Dahl, Pay the Messenger, 2021, Screenprint on handmade paper and risographs on layered paper.
  • Another detail of the first coin on the blue string has a woman's face facing left and on the other side an owl.
    Jacklyn Dahl, Pay the Messenger, 2021, Screenprint on handmade paper and risographs on layered paper.
  • Detail of a screen print of goddess like figure holding a bouquet in one hand and a trinket in the other.
    Jacklyn Dahl, Pay the Messenger, 2021, Screenprint on handmade paper and risographs on layered paper.
  • Detail of a screenprint of an owl
    Jacklyn Dahl, Pay the Messenger, 2021, Screenprint on Asian Paper and Risoprints on layered paper.
  • A hallway with five rows of risograph prints on the wall, about thirty prints per row. Each print consists of an image of a human figure.
    Wren Friedrich, digital ghost, 2021, Photolithography on folio paper, riso prints on office paper, 331.5 x 55 in.
  • A close up of a photolithograph of a human figure with the same smaller version of the figure printed on top.
    Wren Friedrich, digital ghost (Detail #1), 2021, Photolithography on folio paper, riso prints on office paper, 331.5 x 55 in.
  • Four rows of five prints each containing the same human figure.
    Wren Friedrich, digital ghost (Detail #2), 2021, Photolithography on folio paper, riso prints on office paper, 331.5 x 55 in.
  • Four rows of five prints each containing the same human figure.
    Wren Friedrich, digital ghost (Detail #3), 2021, Photolithography on folio paper, riso prints on office paper, 331.5 x 55 in.
  • Three photolitho prints of a human figure, of a human figure with the same smaller version of the figure printed on top.
    Wren Friedrich, digital ghost (Detail #4), 2021, Photolithography on folio paper, riso prints on office paper, 331.5 x 55 in.
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
    Eleanor Giese, Risograph Tiles, 2021, Risograph printed linocut, 4 x 4 in. each
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
    Eleanor Giese, Risograph Tiles (Detail #1), 2021, Risograph printed linocut, 4 x 4 in. each
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
    Eleanor Giese, Risograph Tiles (Detail #2), 2021, Risograph printed linocut, 4 x 4 in. each
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
    Eleanor Giese, Risograph Tiles (Detail #3), 2021, Risograph printed linocut, 4 x 4 in. each
  • Collaged elements of different human figures and faces along with tree-like elements. A golden thread is draped throughout the installation.
    Brenna Kelly, Character Arc, 2021, Intaglio and risograph prints
  • Collaged elements of different human figures and faces along with tree-like elements. A golden thread is draped throughout the installation.
    Brenna Kelly, Character Arc, 2021, Intaglio and risograph prints
  • A gold frame is seen suspended from above, framing an intaglio print in the top left corner.
    Brenna Kelly, Character Arc, 2021, Intaglio and risograph prints
  • Two golden frames hang suspended, hovering over a print of a young girl kneeling with greenery growing all around her.
    Brenna Kelly, Character Arc, 2021, Intaglio and risograph prints
  • Two golden frames hang suspended, hovering over a print of a young girl kneeling with greenery growing all around her.
    Brenna Kelly, Character Arc, 2021, Intaglio and risograph prints
  • A hallway with prints of tadpoles. The prints on the left wall are arranged with three prints stacked. The prints on the right wall are arranged in a grid of four. Small linocut prints of frogs are scattered on both walls.
    Emily Klesel, Eutrophication, 2021, Photolithography and linocut prints
  • Four photolitho prints are arranged in a grid. In a diagonal fashion, two of the prints include a tadpole and two of the prints are absent of the tadpole. Tiny linocut prints of frogs are arranged below the prints organically.
    Emily Klesel, Eutrophication (Detail #1), 2021, Photolithography and linocut prints
  • Two photolitho prints are arranged in a diptych. The print on the right includes a tadpole whereas the tadpole is absent in the print on the left.
    Emily Klesel, Eutrophication (Detail #2), 2021, Photolithography and linocut prints
  • A detail shot of the photolitho tadpole print. A tadpole sits on top of a closeup image of soybean pods.
    Emily Klesel, Eutrophication (Detail #3), 2021, Photolithography and linocut prints
  • A mirror hangs in the middle of the wall with screen printed text that reads “and i have become transeuphoric, feeling the shimmer of another world, flickering endlessly and breathlessly.”
    Zoe Rogers, not really me so much as an other, 2021, Screen print on paper and mirror
  • A close up image of the mirror and two bras made of white japanese paper with screen printed. Above the mirror is a chest binder made of white japanese paper with an etching of an angel.
    Zoe Rogers, not really me so much as an other, 2021, Screen print on paper and mirror
  • A close up image of the front of a paper bra with screen printed text that reads, “liminality: a between, a both/ from the latin limen, a threshold,/ an entering, a beginning.”
    Zoe Rogers, not really me so much as an other, 2021, Screen print on paper and mirror
  • A close-up image of the back of a paper bra with screen printed text that reads, “please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small.”
    Zoe Rogers, not really me so much as an other, 2021, Screen print on paper and mirror
  • A close up of the mirror with screen printed text that reads, “and i have become transeuphoric, feeling the shimmer of another world, flickering endlessly and breathlessly.”
    Zoe Rogers, not really me so much as an other, 2021, Screen print on paper and mirror
  • A wall with two prints next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right. The prints are surrounded by risographs of trees arranged in a freeform organic shape.
    Izzy Shinn, Beasts In The Woods, 2021, Intaglio and Linocut Prints, Risograph booklet and prints
  •  A long white podium comes out from the wall with comic booklets placed on top.
    Izzy Shinn, Beasts In The Woods (Detail #1), 2021, Intaglio and Linocut Prints, Risograph booklet and prints
  • A wall with two prints next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right. The prints are surrounded by risographs of trees arranged in a freeform organic shape.
    Izzy Shinn, Beasts In The Woods (Detail #2), 2021, Intaglio and Linocut Prints, Risograph booklet and prints
  • A risograph comic is open in the foreground. In the background are two prints arranged next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right.
    Izzy Shinn, Beasts In The Woods (Detail #3), 2021, Intaglio and Linocut Prints, Risograph booklet and prints
  • Two prints are arranged next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right. The linocut print is slightly elevated and under both prints are risographs of trees arranged in a freeform organic shape.
    Izzy Shinn, Beasts In The Woods (Detail #4), 2021, Intaglio and Linocut Prints, Risograph booklet and prints
  • Sculptural objects suspended in an atrium space including a white frame with prints sewn in red thread.
  • Detail of two hanging sculptural objects in an atrium space that are connected by read thread
  • Detail of an etching sewn in the left hand corner with red thread
  • Detail of a paper sculpture made of multiple etchings sewn together with red thread
  • The messenger is a woman screen printed on light green Asian paper. Hanging from the balcony above are two spinning coins on string overlapping the screenprint.
  • The first coin on the blue string has a woman's face facing left and on the other side an owl.
  • Another detail of the first coin on the blue string has a woman's face facing left and on the other side an owl.
  • Detail of a screen print of goddess like figure holding a bouquet in one hand and a trinket in the other.
  • Detail of a screenprint of an owl
  • A hallway with five rows of risograph prints on the wall, about thirty prints per row. Each print consists of an image of a human figure.
  • A close up of a photolithograph of a human figure with the same smaller version of the figure printed on top.
  • Four rows of five prints each containing the same human figure.
  • Four rows of five prints each containing the same human figure.
  • Three photolitho prints of a human figure, of a human figure with the same smaller version of the figure printed on top.
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
  • Hand carved linoleum prints arranged in a checkerboard pattern tile the floor space under a staircase.
  • Collaged elements of different human figures and faces along with tree-like elements. A golden thread is draped throughout the installation.
  • Collaged elements of different human figures and faces along with tree-like elements. A golden thread is draped throughout the installation.
  • A gold frame is seen suspended from above, framing an intaglio print in the top left corner.
  • Two golden frames hang suspended, hovering over a print of a young girl kneeling with greenery growing all around her.
  • Two golden frames hang suspended, hovering over a print of a young girl kneeling with greenery growing all around her.
  • A hallway with prints of tadpoles. The prints on the left wall are arranged with three prints stacked. The prints on the right wall are arranged in a grid of four. Small linocut prints of frogs are scattered on both walls.
  • Four photolitho prints are arranged in a grid. In a diagonal fashion, two of the prints include a tadpole and two of the prints are absent of the tadpole. Tiny linocut prints of frogs are arranged below the prints organically.
  • Two photolitho prints are arranged in a diptych. The print on the right includes a tadpole whereas the tadpole is absent in the print on the left.
  • A detail shot of the photolitho tadpole print. A tadpole sits on top of a closeup image of soybean pods.
  • A mirror hangs in the middle of the wall with screen printed text that reads “and i have become transeuphoric, feeling the shimmer of another world, flickering endlessly and breathlessly.”
  • A close up image of the mirror and two bras made of white japanese paper with screen printed. Above the mirror is a chest binder made of white japanese paper with an etching of an angel.
  • A close up image of the front of a paper bra with screen printed text that reads, “liminality: a between, a both/ from the latin limen, a threshold,/ an entering, a beginning.”
  • A close-up image of the back of a paper bra with screen printed text that reads, “please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small/ please make me small.”
  • A close up of the mirror with screen printed text that reads, “and i have become transeuphoric, feeling the shimmer of another world, flickering endlessly and breathlessly.”
  • A wall with two prints next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right. The prints are surrounded by risographs of trees arranged in a freeform organic shape.
  •  A long white podium comes out from the wall with comic booklets placed on top.
  • A wall with two prints next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right. The prints are surrounded by risographs of trees arranged in a freeform organic shape.
  • A risograph comic is open in the foreground. In the background are two prints arranged next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right.
  • Two prints are arranged next to each other, the intaglio on the left and the linocut on the right. The linocut print is slightly elevated and under both prints are risographs of trees arranged in a freeform organic shape.


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Printstallation
March 27 - April 19, 2021

Printstallation documents the use of the Regis West Gallery for ARTS 5140: Advanced Printmaking taught by Jenny Schmid. Students are given the opportunity to explore the power and potential of the multiple, outside of the confines of a traditional framed edition. The class worked in the gallery space, which has been relatively quiet during the ongoing pandemic. This gave them a chance to take risks and experiment with themes that respond to the space, using the multiple conceptually, and exploring a range of print media across eras to realize a printstallation! Artists in the exhibition include Nicole Cerniglia, Jacklyn Dahl, Wren Friedrich, Eleanor Giese, Brenna Kelly, Emily Klesel, Zoe Rogers, and Izzy Shinn. Learn more about other course offerings for Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 in the Department of Art.

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Graphic illustration of the interior of a room with on window with the title "Without|Within" on a wall of the room.

Without|Within
April 20 - May 7, 2021
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The Department of Art at the University of Minnesota presents Without|Within—a group exhibition of twenty-seven artists about to complete their Bachelor of Arts degree. Artists in the exhibition include Nathan Brzycki, Emily Christensen, Thor Cramer Bornemann, Jingyi Dong, Sarah N. Duncan, Joshua Fraser, Evan Halada, Sharon Hoang, Mary Hunsader, Brianna Jean, Karina Kessler, Emily Klesel, Laura Kray, Morgan LaCasse, Sam Maret, Sara Ohlin, Gram Peterson, Lalita Prachanty, Jenna Schlenz, Love (Kristen) Soun, Emma Stalker, Maddie Stumbaugh, Corra Thompson, Alex Tuthill-Preus, Maya Ulrich, Kaylah Vogt, and Lujia Yu. Without|Within features a collection of diverse media that explore relationships between fear, anxiety, grief, and hope. 

Friday, April 23, 2021
Virtual Celebration, 6:00 - 6:45 PM
https://z.umn.edu/BA_Celebration

Join us for a virtual celebration in honor of our 2021 Spring BA graduates and their capstone exhibition Without|Within. This event includes remarks from Christine Baeumler, Department of Art Chair, a commencement address from Emmett Ramstad, BA Capstone Instructor, and parting words from the BA cohort.

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

Regis West Gallery presents work by faculty and students, as well as collaborative projects with arts and cultural organizations. The Department of Art annually hosts the Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards exhibition, in partnership with the Art Educators of Minnesota and the Weisman Art Museum, featuring hundreds of artworks by high school students across the state that spans the gallery's two floors.

Location

Regis Center for Art (West)
418 21st Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55454

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 Line, Bus 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.