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Shane McAdams

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His current show at The Green Gallery, “The Land Describes Itself,” continues an investigation of land, space, time, politics and history—all set atop personal meaning. Read more

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“Street Scene” explodes objective coordinates into messy composites for the viewer to finally reorganize into their own contingent realities. Read more

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New exhibits this week include "Visual Ideas From a Life Long Lived" at the Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon, The Clay Collective Pottery Tour and more. Read more

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The exhibit throws a lot of art against the stage walls, hitting it most of the time, and lands a curatorial bullseye with Scott Reeder’s “B-Side of the Moon.” Read more

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MOWA exhibit offers an extraordinary display of handmade objects from artisanal shower curtains to flatware. Read more

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Santiago Cucullu’s first exhibition with the Wilds offers vestiges of past work, but it’s significantly grown in size and scale. Read more

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Alexis Rockman’s Great Lakes Cycle, currently on view at the Haggerty Museum of Art, dispenses with any polite ambiguity on the way to his cautionary message about the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem. Read more

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“Moving Images: British Royal Portraiture and the Circulation of Ideas” at Villa Terrace (through June 2) tells us that the Windsors are less autonomous moral agents than reflections of their subjects’ values. Read more

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The current exhibition at the Ski Club, “Drape Wave,” a collaboration between artists Jordan Tate and Rick Silva, turns out to be many things, but the first thing it is is hilarious. Read more

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The Milwaukee Art Museum displays the schizophrenic relationship between American collectors and the work of French painter Bouguereau. Read more

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Todd Mrozinski’s “Tree Among Us” is an exhibition of 31 of the artist’s pieces in graphit, print and India ink, at the Marian Art Gallery though Feb. 15. Read more

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Richard Galling’s “Remember Your Headspace” is exhibited at the Green Gallery, displaying the artist’s headspace and train of thought as he searches for meaning. Read more

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Madison’s Communication Gallery celebrates “Outsider Art” with an exhibition running through March 30. Read more

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In “Unlike My Image” at Portrait Society Gallery, Steve Burnham offers carefully composed pieces that retain a sense of speed and improvisational looseness. Read more

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“The Stereo Photography of Hal Rammel”—currently at the Cedarburg Art Museum—at first like a standard-enough show of black-and-white photographs and photograms, until handmade viewing contraptions and dioramic setups bring the show to life. Read more

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Peter Scott’s exhibition “Future City,” on display at the Suburban, is elegant and unassuming, yet thought-provoking. Read more

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As French historian and social theorist Michel Foucault wrote famously in Discipline and Punish, “Truth is a thing of this world: it is produced only by virtue of multiple forms of constraint.” Read more

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Liz Miller’s “Proliferative Calamity” occupies the Hawthorn Contemporary gallery like a painter would occupy a canvas. Read more

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With “Within and Against” at Galerie Kenilworth, artists Brennen Steines and Emily Tripp share their independent visions within a working complementary relationship. Read more

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