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Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013

Technology and Contemporary Art

 The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s survey exhibition of Wisconsin artists at every stage of their career, the “2013 Wisconsin Triennial,” features the results of a rigorous process. The exhibit was culled from 500 applications and more than 100 visits to working studios. Some 35 artists were chosen
04.16.2013 | | Posted at 06:59 PM

Tory Folliard Gallery Celebrates 25th Anniversary

By Peggy Sue
Celebrating a longstanding Milwaukee art tradition, Tory Folliard Gallery opens their “25th Anniversary Exhibition” on Spring Gallery Night and Day, April 19 and 20, and be sure to celebrate with them and all the artists they've exhibited over the years.   Sixty seven national artists represented by Folliard in the past quarter century will be on display

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Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012
In the world according to Fred Stonehouse, many creatures cry. Yet look closer; none of them seem overtly distressed. It is the mystery of Stonehouse. Enter the space of his ornately framed paintings and you are beguiled and disarmed, befuddled...
Sunday, July 5, 2009

Contemporary art in a warehouse setting

Located in the Third Ward near the corner of North Milwaukee and East Buffalo Street, Tory Folliard is an essential stop along the Gallery Night and Day circuit...
08.17.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Aisha Motlani
  Is it a mistake for an artist to talk about his work - to allow the viewer to pierce the sumptuous veil of illusion and gaze into the mundanities of his workaday existence? Can it really do any harm to hear him groping for high-minded phrases, trawl through years of idealism chased by disillusion in search of that ever-elusive element named artistic inspiration?    Fred Stonehouse doesn...