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Crop of Comfort Wasikhongo's Jim Jones Rapper, 2012

A solo exhibition by painter Comfort Wasikhongo, paired with photographer Lois Bielefeld's solo show and an installation by social artist Borealis.

Crop of Todd Anderson's Tyndall Glacier, ROMO–The Last Glacier

Three artists collaborate to capture the majesty of Earth's remaining glaciers.

We’re absolutely on board with social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. Even so, having to cancel our upcoming exhibitions is a major disappointment.

Crop of "Naya, Darrell and Annie,"

A solo exhibition by photographer Lois Bielefeld, paired with painter Comfort Wasikhongo's solo show and an installation by social artist Borealis.

 

I like to think of my pursuit of a new kind of portraiture as a one-man crusade against those false 17th century court paintings and vainglorious images of business titans and corporate board members.

Maggie Sasso, Semaphore-1-Y (from Y.H.W.), 2018. Handwoven cotton, mahogany, photographic documentation, 6 x 5 feet. Photo by Ben Dembroski.

Milwaukee-based artists Maggie Sasso and Nathaniel Stern use somewhat unconventional means to achieve their artistic ends.

Nathan Pearce • Untitled, Fairfield, Illinois, 2015. Copyright @ 2018 by Nathan Pearce. No reproduction without permission.

It’s taken me a while to realize it, but I’ve come to see that the Midwest is actually a perfect place to make a creative life.

Tiffany M. Dutcher • Highway 51 and Hoepker Road – Dane County. Photo by Thomas Ferrella.

Roadside memorials are everywhere. Yet few people see them for what they are.

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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