Are We There Yet? Exhibition at Levee Contemporary

Dan Tague/Dumpster Fire

Levee Contemporary is thrilled to announce the opening of Are We There Yet?, up through December 31st. This collection of work aims to provide a cross section of civic-minded visuals that are beyond “purely political.” Though not an all-out activistic Show, the premise of this group exhibition provides our viewership a thermostat of visual temperaments. With mother nature in violent combat with its inhabitants, social and political upheaval a ‘plenty, and Covid continuing to dominant our lives, Levee Contemporary asks of these Artists, “How has the last year or several affected the creation of your current body of work?”.

We invite you to check out the works of Katrina Andry, Jesse Bell, Taj Matumbi, Damion Silver, and Dan Tague. The gallery is open Saturday & Sunday from 10-5. Join us on Sundays between 10-1 for a Gospel Sip & View with complimentary mimosas.

Feel free to contact us via email at  Info@Leveecontemporaryart.Com , by phone at 920-393-8653, and please follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/leveecontemporary) & Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/leveecontemporary) for real time updates.


About

Levee Contemporary is a commercial gallery and art space located in Princeton, Wisconsin. Levee Presents a diverse range of artists and artwork, striking a critical balance between progressive works that challenge its audience and creative content that excites viewers with simple acts of enjoyment and visual stimulation. Levee has become a regional favorite, whether for a local or a vacationer.

Friday thru Sunday 10am–5pm; 518 W Water St. Princeton, WI 54968; 920.393.8653; leveecontemporaryart.com


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