Exhibits & more

 

 

Through June 3

Wisconsin Modernists: Rebels from Regionalism

Cedarburg Art Museum

 

Through June 17

Commemorating

His Purple Reign:

A Textural Tribute to Prince

Wisconsin Museum of

Quilts & Fiber Arts

 

Through July 29

Daniel Gerhartz: The Continuum of Beauty

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Museum of Wisconsin Art

 

Through Aug. 5

Joy Ride:

Designing Trek

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Museum of Wisconsin Art

 

Through Aug. 19

Wallace W. Abbey: A Life in Railroad Photography

Grohmann Museum

 

Through Aug. 26

Photographing

Nature's Cathedrals:

Carleton E. Watkins, Eadweard Muybridge, and H. H. Bennett.

American landscape photographs by artists who used mammoth plate prints, panoramas, and stereographs—the cutting-edge photographic technology of their time—to capture the natural wonders of the country.

Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Through Sept. 9

Daring Technique: Goya and the Art of Etching

33 drama-filled bullfights—on paper—that collectively represent the history of the popular Spanish pastime.

Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Through Sept. 16

Stitching Histories From the Holocaust

The story of Hedwig Strnad and her husband Paul through letters and dress designs they sent in the hopes of getting visas. Hedy and Paul were ultimately killed in the Holocaust.

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

 

Through Oct. 21

Urban sculpture installation

An outdoor urban sculpture experience in downtown Milwaukee features 20 art works by 21 artists, the pieces are positioned along Wisconsin Avenue from 6th Street to O'Donnell Park. Free to the public. The installation includes internationally renowned artists.

 

Through Oct. 31

The Bonsai Exhibit at Lynden

Lynden Sculpture Garden

 

June 1-30

Terrence Coffman

Paintings that reflect themes of place, and personal experience.

Artist’s Reception: June 1, 5-7:30 pm

Tory Folliard Gallery

 

June 3-July 3

Arianne King Comer:

Ibile’s Voice

Textile works—paintings—using centuries-old resist-dye processes. These works come from her spirit, represent her ancestors' call, and reflect the South Carolina low country that she calls home.

Lynden Sculpture Garden

 

June 6-Aug. 26

Paul Yank: Process and Perspective

Opening Reception: June 9, 4-7pm

Cedarburg Art Museum

 

June 6-Sept. 16

Altered Scale: Sculpture by Richard Taylor

Cedarburg Art Museum

 

June 6-Sept. 30

From China, With Love: Hand-Colored Photographs and Letters Home

Cedarburg Art Museum

 

June 8-August 5

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists

Annually awards unrestricted funds to emerging and established local artists Haggerty Museum of Art