A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from The Phillips Collection

Art & other exhibits (cont.)

Through Jan. 26

Jeff Clancy

Sculptures and installations.

Ariana Huggett

A series of paintings depicting views of the historic rooms at both the Charles Allis and Villa Terrace.

Villa Terrace

 

Through Feb. 2

On Wisconsin Fiber Arts Biennial

Fourth fiber arts biennial featuring the breadth and quality of fiber arts being created by Wisconsin artists today.

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

 

Through Feb. 9

Landfall Press:

Five Decades of Printmaking

Celebrates the history and innovation behind one of America’s most renowned printers-publishers.

Badley Family Gallery

Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Through Feb. 21

Reconstructing Reality

Large-scale charcoal drawings, video, and performance which focus on physicality, the subconscious, grief, and trauma.

Latino Arts

 

Through March 1

James Benning and Sharon Lockhart

Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts, Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Through March 22

A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from The Phillips Collection

Features iconic paintings by some of the most famous modern European artists—including Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso. The collection of paintings reflects the vision of Duncan Phillips, the founder of  America's first museum of modern art.

Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Through June 7, 2020

The Bauhaus, László Moholy-Nagy,

and Milwaukee

Milwaukee Art Museum

Jan. 4-Feb. 8

CHROMA

An exhibition of contemporary painting and sculpture, focuses on intense hue and abstraction.

Tory Folliard Gallery

 

Jan. 12-March 29

Robert: The Working Models

Part of a series of works by artists in the permanent collection. Windfall, a painted metal sculpture made in 1966, is on the Lynden Sculpture grounds. This exhibit brings together the artist’s working models as well as works on paper.

Lynden Sculpture Garden

 

Jan. 13-March 7

Ossuary:

A project by Laurie Beth Clark

Inspired by research at the repository of bones that have accrued in countries like Cambodia and Rwanda where mass violence has occurred.

Frederick Layton Gallery MIAD

 

Jan. 15-May 10

League of Milwaukee Artists:

The Human Spirit

Forty-two artists interpret the theme of "The Human Spirit" in more than 80 artworks.

Cedarburg Art Museum

 

Jan. 17-May 24

Toward the Texture of Knowing

Haggerty Museum of Art

 

Jan. 23, 6:30

The Winter Lake

Gallery opening of photos by Zoe Finney.

Schlitz Audubon Center

 

Jan. 24-May 17

The Girl in the Diary

In 1945 a Soviet doctor found a school notebook in the liberated Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp. It was a diary written by the teenager Rywka Lipszyc in the Łódź Ghetto.

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

 

Jan. 27-March 14

Dual Documentary Exhibition

Brooks Stevens Gallery MIAD

 

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