Catch a glimpse of the thriving Minneapolis art scene via a new exhibit recently installed at MSP Airport’s (MSP) Terminal 1.
The “Chroma: A Spectrum of Beauty” rotating exhibit in the Concourse C Art Gallery features 81 works from 59 artists based in Northeast Minneapolis.
The Northeast Minneapolis Arts District was recently named the No. 1 arts district in the U.S. by the national newspaper, USA Today. The nearly 20-year-old arts district is centered around the Northrup King Building where some 1,200 artists have studio space and in several other nearby artist studio buildings.
This exhibit marks the third curated installation from the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District at MSP in recent years. But this exhibit is by far the largest at 300 feet in length and five glass display cases.
The exhibit is also a great demonstration of how the Airport Foundation MSP and Arts@MSP program – in tandem with the Metropolitan Airports Commission and local arts communities – showcase the best talent from the Upper Midwest. The Chroma installation is one of 19 rotating exhibits at MSP this year and will be on display through December 2022.
Stop by to see the exhibit on Concourse C – or view some of the artwork on the Airport Foundation MSP website.