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Vulnerable Bodies features six artists —Erica Hess, Masako Onodera, Yevgeniya Kaganovich, Demitra Copoulos, J. Myszka Lewis, and Valaria Tatera — whose work speaks to the paradox of fragility and resilience.

Robin Jebavy, Set Table (Amber), 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 38 x 63 in.
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An exhibition that recreates the natural history and archaeological collections gathered by early Wisconsin Academy members.

Craig Blietz, Lupulus (detail)

Solo exhibitions by Craig Blietz (Sister Bay) and S.V. Medaris (Mount Horeb).

Helen Hawley, Come If You Won’t Stay Long [installation shot], 2017, artist’s book 11 1/2” x 9 1/2” x 1/2”, ed. 40; litho on rubber cover, inkjet on polymer paper, aluminum slipcase, rain jacket made from TPU fabric

Madison artists Helen Hawley and Gabriel Pionkowski work across several media. Hawley's show encompasses books, sculpture, and painting, while Pionkowski's is focused on deconstructed and rewoven canvases and a series of floor pieces made with found objects. 

Sharon Kerry-Harlan, Earl (left) & Lyla (right)

Sharon Kerry-Harlan explores pattern, rhythm, and the human figure in fabric and mixed-media collage.

Helen Klebesadel

Seven Wisconsin artists create work focused on plants threatened by climate change in our state.

Gaylord Schanilec is internationally known for his exquisite wood engravings, letterpress printing, and handmade books.

Maggie Sasso, Ashore, photographic documentation of performance with handwoven sail, 36"x 22", 2018. Photo Credit: Ben Dembroski

Solo exhibitions by sculptor and installation artist Maggie Sasso and multimedia artist Nathaniel Stern, both from Milwaukee.

Wilton, Iowa, 2013. Photograph by Barry Phipps.

Curated by Andy Adams of FlakPhoto, New Midwest Photography presents the work of ten artists who use their cameras to make sense of the people and places that inspire them and produce photography that uniquely reflects this place.

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