1500 Jackson St. NE #443 Minneapolis, MN 55413 Phone: 612.788.1790 |icebox@bitstream.net  

New Exhibit
20-20 Vision
: Features New Artwork by Twenty Artists that have Previously Exhibited at Icebox Gallery.

Over the past 20 years Icebox Gallery has brought public exposure to hundreds of visual artists. This group exhibition commemorates Icebox Gallery’s twenty years of fine art exhibitions with a display of new work from the artistic community that has been directly involved.

Icebox is the oldest fine art gallery in N.E. Minneapolis, the area now known as The Arts District of Minneapolis.

The Show & Dates: Icebox Opening Saturday, January 19, 2008. Closing date is March 6, 2008

Iceboxminnesota.com is the website that chronicles the gallery exhibits in detail and is viewed globally on a daily basis. www.iceboxminnesota.com


Art by twenty artists will be exhibited.  Open to all artists who have participated in at least one Icebox exhibit. Icebox may select multiple pieces from one or more artists. All media will be considered.

8 PM to Midnight on January 19th, 2008.

Show continues thru Saturday March 6th, 2008.


The Juror & Icebox Owner: Howard M. Christopherson is the founder of Icebox Quality Framing and Gallery. Icebox is an artist-owned framing and gallery space located in Minneapolis, Minnesota but it is known all over the world. Established in 1988, Icebox Gallery has a “20 year “ reputation for exciting thought-provoking exhibits and for spotting and exhibiting emerging talent. Over the years Icebox has exhibited quality work by local artists and others from many parts of the world.

“Icebox has remained an independent sole proprietorship fine art gallery through many good and difficult periods since it began in 1988. It has existed this long because of the loyalty, quality and energy of artists, family, employees, art patrons and framing customers. Without the ongoing support of this special community Icebox could never have existed or lasted this many years. Thank you for your continued interest and contributions. I hope you enjoy the show.”
 - Howard M. Christopherson