There's almost nothing that can transport you back in time like the now-and-then photo duo. For the child of immigrants, like Milwaukee artist and musician Paul Amitai - now based in Brooklyn - the chance to take a fresh look at storied places has an even more profound meaning.
William Zuback's "Identity" is a photographic series that explores personal identity and how people both judge and are judged by their looks, clothes, surroundings and possessions. "Identity" is in The Frank Juarez Gallery in Sheboygan where an artist reception takes place on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Last year, local photographer Paul Bialas published a stunning hardcover book filled with his images of the former Pabst Brewery. His new book gives the same treatment to the former Schlitz Brewery buildings.
Walking into "Edward S. Curtis and the Vanishing Race," a photography exhibition now on view at the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend, I ask Director of Collections & Exhibitions Graeme Reid for the nugget on the Whitewater-born photographer and what he hands me is golden. "The North American Indian, which was essentially (Curtis') life's work, is in my opinion and the opinion of others, probably the most significant achievement in American publishing history," Reid says, with no hint of doubt.
Milwaukee artist and photographer Ingrid Eubanks describes herself as a goal setter and reacher. She set her latest goal on Sunday when she attempted to dole out 1,000 random hugs at Locust Street Festival.
A kick-off event for Shutter the Silence, a gallery of photographs capturing the stories of survivors of sexual assault and their allies, will be held Saturday 9 February from 5 - 10 pm at Milwaukee's Art B...
MILWAUKEE ARTBEAT: Unique Arts Showcase Series Kick-Off: April 3rd in Bay ViewA unique and exciting show: Celebrating Milwaukee Area Female Artists, hosted by award-winning producer Annie B. & fun-loving local artist Nick Ramsey. Music, paintings, sculpture, film, photography, dance, & s...