Hop aboard the Green Line (or 15) bus and spend a day admiring all the great art along the route, from the comfort of your warm, dry seat.
There’s an unbelievable amount of public art in the city, much of it overlooked. Here are five sculptures ripe for (re)discovery and conversation.
A star of the much-maligned French Academy, the 19th-Century French painter had his own dark side.
‘The Great Lakes Cycle’ is not a massive show, but it’s memorable.
Milwaukee-born conceptual photographer Lois Bielefeld has had a varied artistic career which includes numerous exhibitions nationwide and New York fashion photography.
Milwaukee’s Charles Allis Art Museum showcases the work of a diverse group of outstanding Wisconsin artists in its seventh biennial juried exhibition, on display through April 14.
If you want me to come into your art gallery, play “Enter Sandman.”
Artist Shane McAdams has been intrigued by the natural process of geographical formations since he was a child.
Artists manipulate glass – and other materials – to evoke the elements in two exhibitions on view now.
Mundanity becomes more behind bars, as seen through the multi-talented Nigel Poor’s “The San Quentin Project,” which will be exhibited at the Milwaukee Art Museum until March 10.