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Photo courtesy of the Hoax Gallery

“Narrative Perspectives” is a somewhat blunt title for a very pointed show displaying considerable curatorial focus. Read more

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By dialing down sensationalism and superficial drama, the artist sets a subdued tone for his representational renderings to thrive. It’s not often we get this deep a dive into the interior of an artist’s head. Read more

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Madison’s Wisconsin Triennial gathers 34 artists who together reflect Wisconsin’s eclecticism, vitality, diversity, weirdness, outsiderness, disobedience, skill, style, wisdom and class. Read more

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Photo courtesy of St. Kate—The Arts Hotel

Her exhibition, “Send and Receive,” is a statement about abstraction in art. Read more

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The 24 lithographs by the 20th-century artist Ben Shahn illustrate scenes from the only novel by German writer Rainer Maria Rilke, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge. Read more

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In its breadth and depth, the exhibition presents his vision with naturalistic grounding, magical expansiveness and psychological complexity. Read more

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The museum’s current exhibition, “Water,” is the perfect opportunity to break from a visual art routine and see a fascinating series of work about a most relevant Wisconsin subject. Read more

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Photo Credit: Wisconsin Dells Visitor & Convention Bureau

This MOWA exhibition, which has been extended through Sept. 15, considers how the history of one of our own region’s vacation spots came to be: from geological formations to picturesque landscapes and, finally, to being the “waterpark capital of the Read more

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Artist Nicholas Perry puts on a series of provocative portraits at the Alice Wilds art gallery. Read more

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A series of large sculptures dot the streets of Milwaukee and project to a wide, diverse audience and provoke questions. Read more

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The Gluon Gallery in Riverwest features provocative pieces on history, race and gender, all contained in one two-car garage. Read more

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Demitra Copolous artwork at the Grove Gallery in Walker’s Point featured fluid drawings and abstract line paintings. Read more

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Five artists, two established and three emerging, have their work exhibited at the Haggerty Museum of Art on the Marquette University campus. Read more

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Photo credit: Rich Maciejewski

Pathos and poetry, entrapment and paralysis are among the emotions stirred by this eclectic exhibit. Read more

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The sooty surrealism of Wisconsin artist Rafael Francisco Salas presents an ambiguous view of cultural divisions. Read more

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The Saint Kate Arts Hotel is betting on art exhibitions within a hotel to create a unique, 10-story-tall sculptural assemblage that you have to visit to understand. Read more

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His first-ever retrospective at the Milwaukee Art Museum runs through Aug. 25 and rises to a special level of distinction. Read more

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Photo credit: Myrica Von Haselberg

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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