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Several new exhibitions open this week, including ones at Tory Folliard Gallery, Gallery 224 and Hawthorn Contemporary. more

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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 ... more

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Through Aug. 4, the Alice Wilds presents Kyle Seis’ “The Surface of a Stone is Always in Motion,” an exhibition of digitally manipulated photographs that explore optics and visual psychology. more

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What color is Zen? Wisconsin painter Terrence Coffman seems to know. He ostensibly treads in abstract expressionism’s historical modernism. “Terrence Coffman: A Compendium of Paintings” is on display at the Tory Folliard Gallery through July 7. more

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The Portrait Society Gallery explores the “essential you” in two solo exhibitions opening March 30. more

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In time for holiday art sales, the Portrait Society Gallery presents “Stacked,” an exhibition of ceramics exploring the titular theme. more

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Echoes of Henri Matisse and the Fauvists come to mind when viewings some of the paintings by Lon Michels and Todd Olson included in the exhibition “Husband & Husband” at Portrait Society Gallery. more

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Whitefish Bay’s Gallery 505 displays a rare collection of the paintings and sculpture of Dr. Seuss, “The Art of Dr. Seuss," Sept. 14-17. There is a special opening reception from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14. The Jewish Museum Milwauke... more

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A review of “Drawn Out," an exhibit at Portrait Society Gallery featuring drawings by Todd Mrozinski, Melissa Lee Johnson and Adolph Rosenblatt along with the On the Wing project. more

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“McCaw and Budsberg: The Cleft and Shimmering Hour," featuring works by collaborative artists Brent Budsberg and Shana McCaw, as well as “Ideal State," featuring paintings by Robert Lahmann, continue through March 26 at Portrait Socie... more

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“The Cleft and Shimmering Hour” and “Ideal State” exhibitions run at the Portrait Society Gallery, Jan. 13-Mar. 26; “Film Noir and Technicolor Characters” is on display at Timothy Cobb Fine Arts through Feb. 3; and “The Biennial Ke... more

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“The Faces of a Fish Empire,” “Blyth Meier: Good Morning, Milwaukee” and “A Social Forever: Art Elkon” continue through Nov. 6 at Portrait Society Gallery, 207 E. Buffalo St., Fifth Floor. more

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The fall line-up at Portrait Society Gallery celebrates local shutterbugs and the unusual pockets of Milwaukee they immortalize. This week, two exhibitions supplement the recently unveiled “Faces of a Fish Empire,” a posthumous exhibitio... more

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When you walk into the art exhibition “Agency, Industry, Infinity” at Portrait Society Gallery (showing now through May 28), you feel the immediate impact of color, texture and strange dislocation. more

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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... more

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Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22-23, is 2016’s inaugural Gallery Night and Day. The 35 participating venues around the Downtown area are setting the bar high with exhibitions of local and general int,Art more

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“Fred Stonehouse: The Promise of Distant Things,” from Sept. 26-Jan. 17 at the Museum of Wisconsin Art, juxtaposes work dating back to 1992 with new, never-displayed pieces. At 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1, Fred will discuss his work an... more

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This week in the Sexpress Podcast: Answering a listener's question about how to get back in the saddle after a traumatic experience. To hear your questions answered on a subsequent episode, send them to Sexpress@Shepex.com. more

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The Portrait Society Gallery’s “WIS-CON-SIN” exhibit spans three centuries of work by Wisconsin photographers J. Shimon, J. Lindemann, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein and Charles Van Schaick. more

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Six Milwaukee art gallery owners answer the question: Who’s buying art? more

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