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Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2008

Art Review

An air of uneasiness lingers over the "Unmasked and Anonymous" exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum, and it has little to do with the severe, antiquated faces gazing at you from beneath glass vitrines. Perhaps it arises from the sense of history compressed into a rather tight space; perhaps it's the nagging conviction that the body of contemporary work presented here is somehow ill-equipped to bear the weight of all this history. The exhibit brings together the work of contemporary Wisconsin photographers John Shimon and Julie Lindemann...
09.23.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Aisha Motlani
An air of uneasiness lingers over the “Unmasked and Anonymous” exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum and it has little to do with the severe, antiquated faces gazing at you from beneath glass vitrines. Perhaps it arises from the sense of history compressed into a rather tight space; perhaps it’s the nagging conviction that the body of contemporary work presented here is somehow ill equipped to...
Monday, Sept. 15, 2008

Today @ the Milwaukee Art Museum

Using a finicky mix of antique equipment and modern techniques, Wisconsin photographers John Shimon and Julie Lindemann have focused their lenses on the many people they encounter from day-to-day, capturing extraordinarily telling portraits of mostly ordinary people. The Milwaukee Art Museum’s new exhibit . . .
Monday, Sept. 1, 2008

Today @ the Milwaukee Art Museum

Using a finicky mix of antique equipment and modern techniques, Wisconsin photographers John Shimon and Julie Lindemann have focused their lenses on the many people they encounter from day-to-day, capturing extraordinarily telling portraits of mostly ordinary people. The Milwaukee Art Museum’s new exhibit . . .
Monday, Aug. 25, 2008

Today @ the Milwaukee Art Museum

Using a finicky mix of antique equipment and modern techniques, Wisconsin photographers John Shimon and Julie Lindemann have focused their lenses on the many people they encounter from day-to-day, capturing extraordinarily telling portraits of mostly ordinary people. The Milwaukee Art Museum’s new exhibit . . .

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