As a native of Wisconsin, I’ve been to its capital, Madison, many times. It’s a lovely place to visit, especially in the summertime, and it has … Continue reading Memorial Union at University of Wisconsin, Madison Displays Murals from Chicano Artist Leo Tanguma
For a few years now, I’ve been admiring a profound image created by illustrator Everett Patterson, whose “José y María” you may have seen before. In the unlikely case that you haven’t seen it, here it is. As you can … Continue reading Rethinking the Meaning of Christmas through Everett Patterson’s “José y María”
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Art from Wendy Ewald and Amalia Mesa-Bains in Weinberg/Newton Gallery Gives Poignant Glimpse of Chicago’s Vibrant Mexican Community Continue reading Art Exhibition Review: “Toward Common Cause: Art, Social Change, and the MacArthur Fellows Program at 40”
A chance to view the Mexican surrealist’s works first hand should not be missed Continue reading Art Exhibition Review: “Frida Kahlo: Timeless”
Designed by famed Spanish architect, the museum alone is worth a visit to Milwaukee Continue reading The Milwaukee Art Museum: Santiago Calatrava’s Masterpiece
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