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Radio Gallery 1-30-2013: Andy Messerschmidt

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"Misty Mountain Flop"

This week on Radio Gallery, we feature Andy Messerschmidt, who has recently made a splash at The 59th Arrowhead Regional Biennial at the Duluth Art Institute. Listen as Messerschmidt discusses his intricate and futuristic multi-media piece which won first place at this timeless event.

By Maija Jenson and Cloey Walsh

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Radio Gallery 1-30-2013: Andy Messerschmidt

Maija Jenson and Cloey Walsh

The 59th Arrowhead Regional Biennial as a free exhibition, on display December, 10, 2012 through February 10, 2013. Artists all over the mid-west are featured in this event, including several from the North Shore. Messerschmidt produces his work out of Ely, Minnesota. His work is a process of layering opacities, in part by using vinyl stickers. All of Messerschmidt's works are almost identically symmetrical. He will even be contributing a piece to the Walker Art Center this winter. Messerschmidt speaks with Radio Gallery about his Eastern influenced contribution to the eclectic exhibit.

Andy Messerschmidt

59th Arrowhead Regional Biennial

Radio Gallery airs Wednesdays at 4pm and Fridays at 7:45am and is brought to you by:

With funding provided by The Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund

Produced by Maija Jenson & Cloey Walsh

Former Program Director, Maija Jenson teaches journalism in the Department of Communication at UMD and was a part of KUMD 2008-2019. She hosted a weekly arts program "Radio Gallery." She shares a lifetime of public radio listening, degrees in journalism and art and 20 years of public radio experience with KFAI, WHA, WSUM and KUMD.
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