by Madelyn Sundquist, Staff Writer Judy Fox’s Lakshmi is currently on display on the 4th floor of the Chazen Museum of Art. Originally a part of the Chazen’s “The Human Condition” exhibition in Fall 2014, Fox has found her way into permanent standing with the museum. The New … Continue readingThe White Wall: Lakshmi
by Madelyn Sundquist, Staff Writer This past spring, the Chazen Museum of Art held an exhibition displaying a gorgeous selection of works from contemporary Chinese artists. If you missed the temporary exhibition, you can still view the work of Xiang Jing at the Chazen. It … Continue readingThe White Wall: Are A Hundred Playing You? Or Just One?
By Anne Koepp, Arts Writer “The Human Condition” at the Chazen Museum of Art is a beautifully implemented display. And by beautiful, I mean discomforting and highly unnerving. I was sucked in immediately. The exhibition features 35 artists and over 100 pieces of work, confronting … Continue readingExhibition Review: The Human Condition at the Chazen Museum
by Bronte Mansfield, Contributing Writer As a museum employee, I have occasion to make appearances at a lot of exhibition openings. Preview receptions—whether at the Chazen Museum of Art, MMOCA, the Unions, or various local galleries—are frequently happening around campus, and are the perfect way … Continue readingGirls’ Night Out: Museum Edition
by Ally Jagodzinski, Contributing Writer Currently on display at the Chazen Museum of Art is “Changing Hands: Art without Reservation 3,” the conclusion of a three-part traveling exhibition conceived and organized by the Museum of Art and Design. Showcasing contemporary Native art extending from the … Continue readingChanging Hands: Art without Reservation 3, A Synthesis of Cultural Boundaries
by Alex Rodriquez Every four years, the Chazen Museum of Art presents an exhibit of faculty, former faculty, and affiliates of the UW-Madison Art Department. The art exhibit, called the Compendium, will be showcased in both the newer part the museum and the older part … Continue readingCompendium 2012
by Jeff Cartwright, Deputy Editor Shame Proof that the Academy Awards have lost their touch, this film starring Michael Fassbender as a man dealing with a sex addiction was totally snubbed in this year’s Oscars lineup. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve any credit, though. … Continue readingEditor’s Picks: Sex, Skylines, and Scribble