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Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012

Lenny Nagler, One of Wisconsin’s Own, at Charles Allis

 Lenny Nagler is the first artist in the new "Wisconsin’s Own" series at the Charles Allis Art Museum—not to be confused with the "Wisconsin Masters" series which, as described by the museum’s admissions agent one recent
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Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012
Gary John Gresl's "possible solo finale" exhibition, “An Assembler,” brings together more than three dozen of his assemblages and photographs. The effect is like walking through an array of grottos or shrines...
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Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012
 As the Dominion Gallery in Riverwest approaches its first anniversary, it introduces a new artist to its regular roster with the current exhibition “The Carol Show,” featuring pastel drawings by Carol Curley...
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Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012
Michelle Grabner is a busy artist with an international reputation. The exhibition “Michelle Grabner: The Inova Survey” at Inova/Kenilworth, curated by Green Gallery director John Riepenhoff, is a moment of pause, glancing back over 20 years...
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Monday, Aug. 6, 2012
Silver tendrils spiral playfully on the gallery floor and a gossamer, postindustrial canopy floats overhead. Opposite the door, a pale blue and silvery piece by artist Cathy Breslaw appears to undulate softly on the wall. It is quite a fetching...
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Monday, July 16, 2012

Cecelia Condit displays works in Madison

Cecelia Condit is a professor of film and media at UW-Milwaukee who sees her artistic practice akin to being a storyteller. The pieces in her exhibition at the Madison Museum of...
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Monday, June 18, 2012

Finding Connections at Walkers Point Arts Center

The word “continuum” implies a connection between things. The “Time Arts Continuum” exhibition highlights time as connective tissue between the works of seven contemporary Midwestern artists. There are a myriad of materials...