The Walker is a must-see for the culturally curious, with galleries filled with art from modern masters and today’s most innovative artists, a shop filled with contemporary gifts, and casual dining. Stroll the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden across the street to view the famous “Spoonbridge and Cherry.”
Featuring "Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties," the largest exhibition to date to focus on the groundbreaking early work of one of Pop’s most widely admired artists (and creator of the iconic "Spoonbridge and Cherry"). Also on view:
—Fritz Haeg: At Home in the City
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