Two exhibits from Society of Smallness’s Arts District — Rehab and Never Say Dye…Say Buy! — traveled to Milwaukee to be part of White Room Rebellions, an exhibition at Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts.
Thanks to our hosts, Jazz Gallery, located on the very pleasant Center Street in Milwaukee.
A post office box serves as an exquisite mini gallery. Mark Lawson curates.
Inside the P.O. Box. (We have our eye on that enchanting eyeball art piece.)
P.O. Box from above
The John Riepenhoff Experience involves climbing a rickety ladder.
The view inside the John Riepenhoff Experience gallery space. The exhibit is Johnny B. Bad, works by Lauren Taylor.
More works by Lauren Taylor inside the John Riepenhoff Experience gallery space.
A crowd gathers at the Mansion.
Wild lighting effects illuminate the Mansion where Annie Morse has curated work by Juan Chavez, Paola Cabal, Patrick McGee, Kathleen McCarthy, Tom Torluemke, and Amy Yoes.
Artifice graces the Mansion exterior as does an outdoor sound system.
Close up view of installations by Paola Cabal (upstairs) and Juan Chavez (downstairs).
The clerical stylings of the SOS’s typing and stamping corps.
The SOS presented Elizabeth Vogt with her very own town crier credentials.
SOS Typing and stamping corps.
Celebrity obsession addressed in Cellphone an artwork by Matt Plain, Ashley Coffee and Zachary Swearington
The view inside the Jazz gallery.
The downstairs gallery of Michael Kautzer’s exhibit, Neu Museum of Contemporary Art. (You can see a teeny tiny Mansion through the back door.)
The upstairs gallery of Michael Kautzer’s Neu Museum of Contemporary Art contains carnival glass.
Nicole Sisler’s Never Say Dye…Say Buy!
Art you should touch—Nicole Sisler’s Never Say Dye…Say Buy!
Little ones and big ones alike Say Buy!
The crowds prepare to part with some money at the Dye Cabinet.
Another Michael Kautzer artwork.
Michael Kautzer’s lunchbox gallery piece.
Inside Michael Kautzer’s lunchbox gallery piece.
Up close and personal with Milwaukee’s beloved Bronze Fonz.