Art at 801


801 Lofts presents art openings three times a year. The three-story atrium and public space is a gallery, Art at 801, to local and national artists who display their work on an ongoing basis.

Art and artisans change every four months to display new talent and media. Gallery openings offer residents and the association a chance to open their doors to friends, family and others who want to support our local art community.







801 Washington Lofts
 Art at 801 Gallery presents
Life | Identity | Existence | All or None

Work by artists
Katayoun Amjadi, Qian Liu, Jane Powers, Mayumi Amada
Opening reception Saturday, June 4th, 2016   6pm to 9pm
Show runs through September 2016
801 Washington Avenue North, Minneapolis
Katayoun Amjadi
Katayoun explores themes of identity, perception, and interconnection in an increasingly globalized world. She often picks a popular cultural and historical symbol like a pomegranate or a Persian ibex and re-work it into new visual statements; creating a synthesis between a pictorial heritage of the past and the new language of contemporary art. In each work, the symbolism of iconic images serves as the background to her attempts to reconcile the relationship between past and present, tradition and modernity, and individual versus collective identity, as well as to inspire dialogue about our understanding of time and the tangled roots of our histories.
Qian Liu
Qian’s work is inhabited by the self-destructive nature of relationships. The work is a meticulous collecting of mornings, of nights, of anxieties and of absurdities, signifying nothing else.
Jane Powers
The biomedical field holds a fascination for Jane.  Through her sculptures, she is creating curious visions that consider future biomedical developments in genetic engineering, tissue culturing and xenotransplantation.  She is asking, what technologies do we want to invest in and how will we choose to use them for healing and enhancing our human biology?  In addition to “repairing” our bodies, how will we adopt these technologies to design/reinvent our “natural” bodies in order to project a personalized identity?
Mayumi Amada
Mayumi Amada is an installation artist from Japan. Her work explores women in a generational context and she uses a doily in various settings and materials as a vehicle for this investigation. Her recent work is focused on a circle of life and eternity in mortality.

Art at 801 Gallery, in 801 Lofts, promotes art to neighborhood residents and art lovers thru periodic openings and gallery presentations.
Jan Elftmann
Art at 801 Gallery
801 Washington Avenue North, Minneapolis

Additional art openings on Saturday June 4th:

Modus Locus 6-9pm
Women Who Ink, The Art of Five Women Tattoo Artists
 3500 Bloomington Ave S.

Rosalux Gallery 7-10pm
Artists: Amelia Biewald & Tara Costello
1400 Van Buren Street NE #195