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David Barnett Gallery

Exhibition: October 16 – January 2021
Event Hours: Friday 5pm – 9pm  |  Saturday 11am – 5pm
1024 E. State Street   |   414-271-5058

Rene Magritte: 44 Color Lithographs

44 color lithographs of paintings by surrealist Rene Magritte are on display at the David Barnett Gallery for the first time. This is the first Rene Magritte show to ever be held in Wisconsin. These limited edition lithographs were produced in partnership with Magritte’s estate. Each printing plate was hand drawn, including up to 20 individual colors per print. The plates were destroyed after the printing was completed.

Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel

Exhibition: August 8-Dec 1, 2020
Event Hours: Friday: 11am to 12am
Saturday: 11am to 12 am
139 East Kilbourn Ave |  414-276-8686

On a Daily Basis by Amy Cannestra

Join us on 10/17 at 5:30pm virtually or in-person in the Arc Theater for a discussion with Milwaukee artist Amy Cannestra and SPOOKY BOOBS, a trio of feminist artists that uses art, language, and design to visualize the trivialization of women’s experiences. Enjoy a socially-distant guided tour through the art collection during Cocktails with a Curator, 5:30pm on Friday 10/16 and 6:30pm on Saturday, 10/17. Reservations required for both events—please book your spot on Eventbrite! Open to the public 11am-12am Friday & Saturday. Experience the Bar, Proof Pizza, and two floors of art displays with live music 6pm-10pm! (1 of 6 feature exhibitions on view at Saint Kate)

The Pfister Hotel

Exhibition: October 16
Event Hours: Friday 5pm – 9pm
424 E Wisconsin Avenue  |  414-273-8222

Nykoli Koslow’s Cosmologies

Exhibited will be select works from Nykoli Koslow’s practice from the past three years. Included will be life-sized paintings, a drawing installation, and multiple small ‘vernacular’ paintings. Large paintings, teetering between abstraction and representation, depict Queer deities and G-ds. A four-part drawing installation utilizes graphic mark-making on paper and the wall to express the twisting of ‘queered’ pathways. Also exhibited will be approximately 70 ‘vernacular’ paintings, spanning between 2inx2in – 4inx12in. These works are part of various ongoing series. Together, they work to create a Queer cosmology complete with its own visual language, mythos, and physical laws.

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