Kinji Akagawa

Kinji Akagawa Portrait

Kinji Akagawa

Kinji Akagawa at MSU’s Gordon Parks Gallery

From January 27 through February 24, 2017, The Gordon Parks Gallery at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul will exhibit How Do We Remember?, featuring an installation by Highpoint Editions artist Kinji Akagawa.

The exhibition reception is Thursday, January 26, 5-7:30pm. Akagawa will give a talk about his artwork from 7-7:30pm.

To learn more about the exhibition and MSU’s The Gordon Parks Gallery, click here. 
Above: Kinji Akagawa | Metropolitan State University, Gordon Parks Gallery



Here and Now: Re-View, Re-Think, i≠i

Highpoint Center for Printmaking and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design are pleased to announce a print collaboration with renowned artist and educator Kinji Akagawa in support of future generations of artists. Proceeds from sales of the print will support The Kinji Akagawa Fund for Interdisciplinary Studies at MCAD, an endowed fund providing scholarships for MCAD fine arts students exploring the interconnection between art and the world around us.

About the Artist

For more than 35 years, MCAD Professor and alumnus Kinji Akagawa has made a direct and personal impact on the lives of thousands of students. He has received commissions for site-specific installations in parks and public spaces in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Texas; his work is also included in numerous private and public collections, including the Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. In recognition of his influence and accomplishments as an artist, educator, and community arts advocate, Kinji received in 2OO7 the McKnight Foundation Distinguished Artist Award.