Family Pictures, Milwaukee Art Museum

Art & other exhibits

Through Jan. 6

Serious Play:

Design in Midcentury America

Explores the projects of more than 40 designers who employed playfulness and whimsy within their creations for corporations, domestic interiors, and children. See more >>

Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Through Jan. 12

Mark Forth

Paintings that delve into a realm of stillness and shadow. Cinematic scenes of private reflection and the surreal.

Tory Folliard Gallery

 

Through Jan. 13

Craig Blietz: Herd

Part Barbizon school, part agrarian abstraction. Cows dominate the pictures and serve as a canvas within the canvas for elaborating on the abstract designs. See more >>

Museum of Wisconsin Art

 

Through Jan. 13

Corey Fells: 100 Womxn Project

100 minority millennials photographed in front of the same ivy-colored wall, creating a visual continuity that reflects the shared experience underlying the unique individuals. See more >>

Museum of Wisconsin Art

 

Through Jan. 13

Fiber Arts in the Digital Age

This exhibit explores various fiber art pieces that only exist due to the age we live in.

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

 

 

Through Jan. 20

Family Pictures

Explores how black photographers and artists have portrayed a range of familial relationships, from blood relatives to close-knit neighborhoods to queer communities.

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Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts, Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Through Jan. 27

Sable Elyse Smith

Ordinary Violence

Kirsten Leenaars

(Re)Housing the American Dream: Freedom Principles

Scripture as Source

Artists Interpret the Bible

Haggerty Museum of Art

 

Through Feb. 10

Blacklist:

The Hollywood Red Scare

A multi-sensory exhibit that explores the politics, art, economics, and social dynamics during Hollywood’s Red Scare.

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

 

Through Feb. 17

Constable?

A Landscape Rediscovered

In focus is a painting that was ascribed to the great English landscape painter John Constable (1776–1837) when it entered the Layton Art Collection, in 1941. See more >>

Milwaukee Art Museum

 

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