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Lois Bielefeld

The Warehouse was the stage for The Moving Archive/What Is Remembered, an art exhibition including dance, photographs and videos. Read more

Dance

“The Book Club: What Would We Do with Lynne Tillman?,” at Frank Juarez Gallery (through Sept. 1), reflects five artists grappling with the astute essay collection, What Would Lynne Tillman Do? Read more

Visual Arts

Portrait Society Gallery’s current exhibition “Homely (part two)” takes a stab at impossible questions such as “What’s in a home? Sofas, lamps and drapes? Or bizarre family histories, wistful nostalgia, failed first steps, unmet social progress ... Read more

Visual Arts

It’s not a stretch to say that the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists has become something of a brass ring in Milwaukee’s visual art community. Read more

Visual Arts

MIAD’s “Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition” (through March 10) asks the viewer to consider how they may place themselves in another’s position. It is art that is very much about the viewer response to our common humanity and experience. Read more

Visual Arts

“NOW Figuration" at Portrait Society Gallery is a group exhibition in response to an exhibit held 35 years ago at the Milwaukee Art Museum called “New Figuration in America." The primary question for both is the same—what do represent... Read more

Visual Arts

Photo Courtesy Elizabeth, Flickr CCTwo Milwaukee-based artists are showcasing their portraitsof riders from the iconic Riverwest 24 Hour Bicycle Race this Saturday at theJazz Gallery, 926 East Center Street.The show opens March 5th with a.. Read more

Around MKE

Through March 19, the Portrait Society Gallery features “A Person is a Noun” featuring photography by Tom Bamberger and Lois Bielefeld, as well as a vido and sound installation by Ted Brusubardis. This exploration of contemporary portrai... Read more

Visual Arts

“Identity Check: Works in Contemporary Photography,” opening at UW-Milwaukee’s Union Art Gallery on Friday, Feb. 27, explores the visual answers we give to the question “Who am I?” Read more

Visual Arts

The term"androgyny" derives from a portmanteau of the ancient Greek terms for"male" and "woman." In other words, an androgynousindividual embodies both traditionally masculine and feminine characteristicsand qualities - th.. Read more

Visual Arts

Lois Bielefeld’s photographic series root themselves in genuine curiosity about other people’s lives: what their most private spaces look like, what they eat for lunch, why they choose to carry concealed firearms. In order to make the Read more

Visual Arts

The Hideaway may be off the beaten path, but that certainly doesn’t keep devotees from making the trek to Franklin for the restaurant’s stellar Buffalo wings. The plump pieces of poultry are dredged in homemade breading, fried and tossed in... Read more

Best of Milwaukee 2010

You can call Sharon Jones the hardest-working woman in show business. You can call her a stage sensation. Just don’t call her “retro.”Jones and her band the Dap-Kings make fine ’60s/’70s-rooted soul music, blending the soun Read more

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