A Trip to the Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum

Frank Juárez Photos by Artdose Magazine On February 18th, I headed to the eastside of Milwaukee to see the current exhibition at the Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum. The last time I visited this museum was 2018 for the Forward Wisconsin exhibition. This visit was long overdue.   The Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum is underContinue reading “A Trip to the Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum”

Levee Contemporary Hosts 2022 Indiana Green Invitational

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Info: Frank Juárez, frankjuarezgallery@gmail.com Sheboygan, Wisconsin (September 20, 2022) – Artdose Magazine is pleased to announce its annual Indiana Green Invitational featuring works by Hector Acuna (Cedarburg), Celeste Contreras (Milwaukee), Jayne Reid Jackson (Madison), Callie Kiesow (Milwaukee), Ann E. Lawton (River Falls), and Diane Levesque (Racine). Indiana Green is co-curated by Frank Juárez, Artdose Magazine, and Samantha Timm,Continue reading “Levee Contemporary Hosts 2022 Indiana Green Invitational”

Nick Cave: Forothermore at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Frank Juárez This past weekend took me to Chicago to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Soldier Field. Before leaving the city I wanted to see Nick Cave’s exhibition at MCA. I have to admit that I first accidentally discovered Cave’s work at the Seattle Art Museum a few years ago. I know, shocking!Continue reading “Nick Cave: Forothermore at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago”

Conversation with artist Francesca Simonite

Frank Juarez I discovered Francesca Simonite‘s work through one of MARN‘s exhibitions, C is for Conversations, early this Fall. From a distance, I was drawn to her work by its sculptural form. As I approached the work, I noticed that her work was not only sculptural, but also photographic. The work was different from whatContinue reading “Conversation with artist Francesca Simonite”

Art Is Heating Up in Wisconsin

written by Frank Juarez About two weeks ago, I found myself a bit overwhelmed with the amount of exhibitions and events that have been popping all over the state of Wisconsin. I try to keep my finger on the Wisconsin art pulse. As places start to open, it does make it difficult to keep up.Continue reading “Art Is Heating Up in Wisconsin”

Indiana Green 2021 Invitational at Center for the Visual Arts

I find the art world to be a fascinating ecosystem. An ecosystem that calls for adaptation to life’s challenges and obstacles. What I mean is that is our Indiana Green 2020 Invitational was scheduled to be on exhibit at the Caestaecker Gallery (on the campus of Ripon College) in Ripon. Mid-March of 2020, I receivedContinue reading “Indiana Green 2021 Invitational at Center for the Visual Arts”

The House of RAD, Milwaukee

Frank Juarez House of RAD 3700 N. Fratney Street Milwaukee, WI 53212 Last weekend I ran into artist Brandon Minga at the Brady Street Art Walk. Even though the talk was brief, we managed to catch up fairly quick ending with a “next time I’m in Milwaukee, I would love to check out your newContinue reading “The House of RAD, Milwaukee”