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Exhibition ** Postponed **
201 E Pittsburgh Avenue, Studio 1, First Floor | 414.795.6880

** POSTPONED **

Out of an abundance of caution, our January show “When Art Makes a Statement” and United Way fundraiser are postponed to a later date. Thank you for your understanding. We can’t wait to see you again in person.

Arts @ Large

Exhibition January 21 to March 31
Event Hours: Friday 5 to 8pm | Saturday 8am to 2pm
1100 S 5th Street | 414-763-7379

An Ecology of Marks: Jeff Zimpel & Friends

An Ecology of Marks is an exhibition that begins with a celebration of the power of paint that shifts into an exploration of the variables of mark-making influenced by the natural world. Earth pigment paints tell us stories of place, brushes wash up on the shores of Lake Michigan, and non-traditional surfaces encourage divergent approaches to composition. Every person is a mark-maker in multitudes, yet we have much to learn from marks made by the animate world around us. Artist-educator, Jeff Zimpel, will bring together a wide-range of mark-makers to amplify and document the hope embedded within any given mark.

Hawthorn Contemporary

Exhibition Now to February 25
Event Hours: Friday 5 to 9pm | Saturday 12 to 5pm
706 S 5th Street | 414-336-9771

Band, Bond, Bend, and Bind: Surabhi Ghosh

Band, Bond, Bend, and Bind is a site-specific installation project created by Montreal-based artist Surabhi Ghosh in response to the interior architecture of Hawthorn Contemporary. Grounded in feminist critique, the work acts as a material metaphor for the accretive strategies used to transmit, maintain, and reinforce nationalist ideology across time and space. A complex of beaded strands and cloth ties cordons off a bounded space, barring access to the center through the tensile arrangement of materials.

The Iron Horse Hotel

Exhibition January 21 to February 21
Event Hours: Friday 5 to 10pm; Saturday 9am to 10pm
500 W Florida Street | 414-374-4766

Savage Collective

Elvia & Frank Savage have been creating art for several decades. Elvia’s passion is for the world of Abstract Painting and Frank’s is in the three-dimensional world. Savage Collective gives rise to their love of all art through displaying their fine art together as one show curated in collaboration with the world-famous Iron Horse Hotel in downtown Milwaukee.

Var Gallery

Exhibition December 3, 2021 to January 29, 2022
Event Hours: Friday 5 to 9pm | Saturday 12 to 5pm
643 S 2nd Street | 414-336-9771

8th Var Studio Collective Exhibition

For the first time since its inception, Var studio artists will take over both Var & Var West galleries for a massive display of their works. The collective exhibition will feature 34 of its artists, both emerging and established, working in a range of disciplines. From painting and drawing to multi- media installations, represented areas of focus span interests of identity, community, trauma, conflict and peacemaking, the built environment and the natural world, craft, beauty, ideology and myth making, politics, queer and feminist theory and even sci-fi and fantasy. This show will be as much a celebration of Vars growth, as Var’s gratitude to its artists for their immeasurable contributions to Var. After all, no institution, gallery, or community can exist without its artists.

COVID Protocol: We kindly ask all guests be vaccinated and masked.

Var West Gallery

Exhibition December 3, 2021 to January 29, 2022
Event Hours: Friday 5 to 9pm | Saturday 12 to 5pm
643 S 2nd Street | 414-336-9771

8th Var Studio Collective Exhibition

For the first time since its inception, Var studio artists will take over both Var & Var West galleries for a massive display of their works. The collective exhibition will feature 34 of its artists, both emerging and established, working in a range of disciplines. From painting and drawing to multi- media installations, represented areas of focus span interests of identity, community, trauma, conflict and peacemaking, the built environment and the natural world, craft, beauty, ideology and myth making, politics, queer and feminist theory and even sci-fi and fantasy. This show will be as much a celebration of Vars growth, as Var’s gratitude to its artists for their immeasurable contributions to Var. After all, no institution, gallery, or community can exist without its artists.

COVID Protocol: We kindly ask all guests be vaccinated and masked.

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