3 Art Gallery Exhibits to Visit in the Third Ward’s Marshall Building This Summer
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3 Art Gallery Exhibits to Visit in the Third Ward’s Marshall Building This Summer

The works of Stephanie Towell in the Frank Juarez Gallery’s "Universal Fascination: A Modern Cabinet of Curiosity" exhibit. Milwaukee art lovers don’t have to wait until Gallery Night to see a number of unique and diverse art exhibits in the Third Ward. The historic Marshall Building (207 E. Buffalo St.) features more than 20 art galleries and studios specializing in everything from photography to pottery, acrylic paintings and sculptures. Stop by the Marshall Building to check out these current (and free) exhibitions and galleries this spring and summer. Universal Fascination: A Modern Cabinet of Curiosity Where: Frank Juarez Gallery, Suite 600 When: Now through July 6 Curated by illustrator James Demski, aka Jimbot, and showcasing nearly 50 works by six Milwaukee- and Pennsylvania-based artists — including husband and wife teams Brandon and Angela Minga, Brad and Stephanie Towell and Demski and Eric Hancock — “Universal Fascination” explores a number of themes, among them food, nature, industrialism, futurism and culture. “It invites the viewer to investigate what is happening,” gallery owner Frank Juarez said of the exhibit. Hancock’s brightly-colored paintings of “junk” food, such as doughnuts and hot dogs, and Wisconsin staples like coleslaw are complemented by Demski’s vivid paintings […]

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