Annual Report 2018
Unless otherwise noted, photographs of works in the Collection are by John R. Glembin; those of events are courtesy of Front Room Photography.
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2018: The Numbers
16 Exhibitions 25 Publications 26 Loans 30 Acquisitions 55
Education and Public Programs
56 Development 61 Donors 80
Docents and Volunteers
85 Staff 90
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cover: Olafur Eliasson, Rainbow Bridge, 2017. Full credit on page 30. Photo by Front Room Photography. top: Rashid Johnson, Untitled Anxious Audience, 2017 (detail). Full credit on page 30. bottom: Photo by Matt Haas Photography.
Board of Trustees and Standing Committees Through August 31, 2018
BOARD OF TRUSTEES Donald W. Layden Jr. President Kenneth C. Krei Immediate Past President Joel Quadracci President Elect Todd R. Williams Treasurer
TRUSTEES AT LARGE Deborah Attanasio Wendy W. Blumenthal Randy Bryant Richard Buchband Christopher J. Candee Angela Johnson Colbert Peter Damsgaard Stephen Einhorn Philip B. Flynn Alexander P. Fraser Ellen Glaisner Michelle Grabner Joseph Gromacki William Haack Claire H. Hackmann Ronald Joelson Stephen Johnson Brian Kennedy Alex C. Kramer Anthony S. Krausen Raymond R. Krueger Joan Lubar Marianne Lubar
Wayne R. Lueders P. Michael Mahoney Justin L. Mortara, PhD Joanne Murphy Andy Nunemaker Jill Pelisek Anthony J. Petullo Sande Robinson Suzanne L. Selig Roger S. Smith Mary M. Strohmaier Deborah H. Telman Kathy Thornton-Bias W. Kent Velde Dan Wilhelms Kathleen Saito Yuille Sarah Zimmerman
COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Life Trustees Donald Baumgartner Sheldon B. Lubar Betty Ewens Quadracci*
Acquisitions and Collections Committee Marianne Lubar Chair
County Government Representatives Marcelia Nicholson Steve F. Taylor
Donald W. Baumgartner Marilyn Bradley Andrea B. Bryant Stephen Einhorn Michelle Grabner Joseph Gromacki F. William Haberman Anthony Krausen Donald W. Layden Jr. Wayne R. Lueders Andy Nunemaker Anthony J. Petullo Richard R. Pieper Sande Robinson
Chair of Docents Representative Mary Basson Friends of Art Representative Eric Eben Support Group Representative Sande Robinson
Executive Committee Donald W. Layden Jr. President Donald W. Baumgartner Ronald Joelson Alex Kramer Kenneth C. Krei Marianne Lubar Sheldon B. Lubar Joel Quadracci Suzanne L. Selig Todd R. Williams Staff: Marcelle Polednik
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Reva Shovers Christine Symchych Robert A. Wagner Arthur J. Laskin Emeritus Staff: Marcelle Polednik, Margaret Andera Audit Committee Richard Buchband Chair Brian Kennedy Alex Kramer Kenneth C. Krei Donald W. Layden Jr. Sheldon B. Lubar Deborah Telman Staff: Marcelle Polednik, Mark Zimmerman, Alissa Karl Development Committee Wendy W. Blumenthal Chair Lori Bechthold Andrea B. Bryant Sue Frautschi Ellen Glaisner Carmen Haberman Claire H. Hackmann Melinda Krei Gail A. Lione Joan Lubar Marianne Lubar
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Donna Meyer Joyce Myers Staff: Mary Albrecht, Sara Tomilin Education and Public Programs Committee Mary Strohmaier Chair Debbie Attanasio John Augenstein Peetie Basson Lori Bechthold Danita Bush Christopher Candee Laci Coppins Jodi Eastberg, PhD Greg Frederick Tara Geiter Ellen Glaisner Claire Hackmann Sarah Jerome Lynda Kohler Janet Matthews Christopher McIntyre Marcelia Nicholson Phillip Naylor Sue Nelson Cara Ogburn Jill G. Pelisek Karen Petric Elizabeth Rex Marisa Riepenhoff Mary Strohmaier
Facilities Committee Donald W. Baumgartner Chair Randy Bryant Steven G. Chamberlin Peter Damsgaard John Kissinger Donald W. Layden Jr. Justin L. Mortara, PhD Staff: Marcelle Polednik, Mark Zimmerman, Dan Somers Finance Committee Todd R. Williams Chair Donald W. Baumgartner Richard J. Glaisner Alex Kramer Kenneth C. Krei Raymond R. Krueger P. Michael Mahoney Judson M. Snyder Kathy Thornton-Bias W. Kent Velde Staff: Marcelle Polednik, Mark Zimmerman, Alissa Karl, Alyson Mecham, Mary Albrecht
Staff: Brigid Globensky
Human Resources and Remuneration Committee Anthony J. Petullo Chair
Nominations and Governance Committee Alex Kramer Chair
Angela Colbert Ray Krueger Donald W. Layden Jr. Wayne R. Lueders Roger Smith Deborah H. Telman W. Kent Velde
Donald W. Baumgartner Angela Colbert Alec Fraser Bill Haack Donald W. Layden Jr. Gail A. Lione Marianne Lubar Andy Nunemaker Sarah Zimmerman
Staff: Marcelle Polednik, Kathy Acevedo Investment Committee Ronald Joelson Chair John (Jeb) Bentley Richard J. Glaisner Doug Gray Dale Kent Kenneth C. Krei Raymond R. Krueger Wayne R. Lueders P. Michael Mahoney W. Kent Velde
Staff: Marcelle Polednik Public Affairs Committee Christine Symchych Chair Wendy Blumenthal Randy Bryant Angela Colbert H. Carl Mueller Andy Nunemaker Staff: Marcelle Polednik, Praveen Krishnamurti
Staff: Marcelle Polednik, Mark Zimmerman, Alissa Karl
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campus expanded, financial reporting became more transparent, and Marcelle Polednik was brought on as the Donna and Donald Baumgartner Director.
For my first annual report letter as President of the Board of Trustees of the Milwaukee Art Museum, I am pleased, on behalf of the board, to share that the twelve months covered by this report (September 1, 2017–August 31, 2018) were marked by great success. As I look at fiscal year 2018 and everything that was accomplished— financially, artistically, and programmatically—the foundation is strong as the Museum continues its work toward defining a strategic direction for the years ahead. I thank Don Layden Jr. for his service as President during this time. Under his remarkable leadership, the Museum
This past year, the Museum welcomed over 350,000 people for inspiration, education, programs, and special events, setting the stage for our plans to build broader and deeper audience engagement across the community and region. The array of exhibitions and programs the Museum offered helped establish strategies around making the most of the placement and timing of such offerings, and around building our audiences moving forward.
revenue, and the generosity of donors, foundations, and partners. I heartily thank those who have championed and contributed to this success, in the organization and the community. Thank you for the part you play in making Milwaukee’s remarkable icon possible, in fiscal year 2018 and for the years ahead.
Joel Quadracci President, Board of Trustees
The Museum also officially expanded its campus, adding Museum Center Park. The property effectively connects the institution to downtown Milwaukee and opens up a variety of possibilities for visitor parking, amenities, programming, and long-term investment in the Museum. The success of the year further came from the responsible use of resources, strong earned
Director’s Report this space was but one in a triumvirate of spaces that featured exhibitions brought together in conversation under signature artistic seasons, such as the season of travel.
Dear Donors, Members, and Friends of the Museum: Fiscal year 2018 was a pivotal year. We refined our artistic vision and brought renewed focus to audience engagement, and we began the hard work of examining who we are as an institution. We are well placed to undertake the ambitious strategic planning process in fiscal year 2019, which will lay the foundation for the Museum’s future: in exhibitions, programming, community engagement, and communications. We led with art. From the masterworks in the exhibition Degas to Picasso to the contemporary multimedia work in William Kentridge: More Sweetly Play the Dance, we brought to the Baker/Rowland Galleries experiences that captivated visitors. But
We activated the Museum’s Collection. Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England centered on the Layton Art Collection painting Hark! The Lark, housed at the Museum. Daring Technique: Goya and the Art of Etching showcased a rarely seen, complete set of Goya’s etchings from the Museum’s extensive holdings of works on paper. Through these projects, we explored our spaces and collections anew and learned how we might better reach diverse audiences, approach the questions that drive research, and talk about all that we have to offer. Fiscal year 2018 helped us better understand where we excel and where we can do better. Our education programs have always been strong. And the publication of the book Look, Write, See, written by the Museum docents, and the Museum Moments cards for children to age five, remind us that the Museum is a source of original scholarship across
all departments. These innovative and fun-filled offerings use the entire Museum as a learning lab, connecting our expertise, space, and Collection in ways that provide a pathway for engaging all ages. This year we also added two new experts to our leadership team, Mark Zimmerman as Deputy Director and Alissa Karl as CFO, both of whom will bring their experience and perspective to our operations as we plan for the future. I extend my sincere gratitude to all the staff, volunteers, docents, trustees, visitors, partners, and community members that made this fiscal year one we can be proud of. It was an important year for the Museum for recognizing our potential, and I am eager to see the excellent work continue toward shaping Milwaukee’s Art Museum. Thank you,
Marcelle Polednik, PhD Donna and Donald Baumgartner Director
2018: The Numbers Programs and Outreach
367,890 Participants, adults and children, in education programs on- and offsite
47,568 Student visitors from 500 schools
3,375 Students in literacy and art programs
3,048 Attendees to 63 gallery talks and lectures
31,010 Works total
67,729 Kohl's Color Wheels participants at 97 sites throughout Southeastern Wisconsin
Photos by Matt Haas Photography.
Visitors, paid and unpaid, including Members, youth and adult tours, and ticketed visitors
31 Works loaned to other institutions
Membership and Development
$5.3 million 55 million The combined reach of local and national outlets, including:
Annual Fund donations, from 22,000 supporters
21,670 Member households, an increase of 719
National: American Art Review The Art Newspaper ArtDaily Boston Globe Chicago Tribune Hyperallergic The New York Times Modern Luxury Road & Track Smithsonian Travel + Leisure Vogue Wine Enthusiast Magazine
35% Members percentage of annual attendance
Local: CBS-58 FOX 6 The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee Magazine Milwaukee PBS OnMilwaukee Shepherd Express TMJ4 Urban Milwaukee WISN 12 WTMJ AM 620 WUWM
Curatorial Report The Museum and the Curatorial Department carried forward ambitious exhibitions and acquisition activities in fiscal year 2018. In March 2018, the Milwaukee Art Museum received a major endowment from the Herzfeld Foundation in support of the Museum’s photography program. This gift provides for the position of the Herzfeld Curator of Photography and Media Arts at the Museum in perpetuity, which is held by Lisa Sutcliffe. Acquisition activity for fiscal year 2018 included significant gifts and incisive purchases. Highlights are featured below.
ACQUISITION AND COLLECTION HIGHLIGHTS American Art The Museum’s great collection of works by artists associated with the Ashcan Circle and the Eight, founded by Donald B. and Barbara G. Abert and continued by their daughter Barbara Abert Tooman, grew this year thanks to David G. and Judith A. Meissner’s donation of five works on paper. This donation adds to previous gifts and includes two drawings by William Glackens, one drawing each by George Luks and John Sloan, and a print by Robert Henri’s student and biographer Margery Austen Ryerson. The American art collection continued to benefit most of all from the promised gift of the collection of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski of Chicago. Active and devoted Museum Members, Fahey and Grzebielski have amassed a significant print collection that focuses on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and crosses geographical and technical boundaries. In fiscal year 2018, they donated thirty-three prints to
the Museum, most of them from the nineteenth century and many of them by European artists or of European subjects; in addition to three works each by Jules Chéret and Charles Meryon, highlights include seven prints by Rockwell Kent and, perhaps most important, twenty-one prints by James Abbot McNeill Whistler, six of them from his famed Thames Set and one previously in the collection of England’s Queen Victoria. Selections from the gift went on view in the American art galleries in late 2018 and continue through summer 2019.
right: Jaime Hayon, Sauda (Dark Beauty) from Afrikando, 2017. Full credit on page 51.
20th- and 21st-Century Design The Museum’s design collection continued to grow through acquisitions and gifts in several areas of modern and contemporary design. Graphic design was significantly developed through a gift of one hundred works, representing forty-one projects by the Dutch group Experimental Jetset, and a gift of twenty-six posters by Wisconsin-based artist John Rieben, whose work was on view as part of the exhibition How Posters Work. The Afrikando series of glass vessels that the Museum commissioned from the artist-designer Jaime Hayon entered the collection after first being unveiled in the exhibition Jaime Hayon: Technicolor. Several new acquisitions will debut in the fiscal year 2019 exhibition Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America, including, all for Herman Miller Furniture Company, three textiles designed by Alexander Girard and a Marshmallow sofa (1956) designed by Irving Harper of George Nelson Associates. Many impressive historic acquisitions were made in fiscal year 2018, including a basket (ca. 1905) that Josef Hoffmann designed for Wiener Werkstätte, a Usonian exhibition dining chair (1953) by Frank Lloyd Wright, and a prototype
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left: Théodore Rousseau, View on the Outskirts of Granville (Environs de Granville), 1831–32. Oil on paper mounted on canvas. Layton Art Collection Inc., Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. McGeoch, Sr., L1941.6.
pen rest and letter holder (1946) that László Moholy-Nagy designed for Wisconsin’s Parker Pen—the only surviving design object by Moholy-Nagy to come to auction. European Art The Museum’s European art collection grew through the gift from Wayne and Christine Lueders of a jewel-like work by the underrecognized British artist Arthur Hacker. The late, experimental panel Wooded Glade (ca. 1918) reveals the degree to which Hacker, an exhibiting member of London’s Royal Academy, departed from his traditional compositions to explore a more modern, improvisational side of his practice. The intimate panel is one of a pair—the other work, Oxeye Daisies and Irises (ca. 1918), is promised to the Museum at a later date. This acquisition reflects the European art department’s ongoing initiative to expand the canon of artists
represented in the collection, exploring artists and art schools less widely known. In this way, the profile of the Museum’s European art collection, which already includes areas less widely represented in traditional American museum collections, such as the René von Schleinitz Collection, will continue to broaden and deepen. Finally, the conservation, reframing, and reattribution of a painting in the Layton Collection, which was not displayed for many years prior due to its long-doubted attribution to John Constable, resulted in the rediscovery of a painting by the French Barbizon painter Théodore Rousseau. Lost to scholarship since 1879, this painting is not only a major rediscovery but also, in effect, a new addition to the European art collection housed here at the Museum.
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Folk and Self-Taught Art The folk and self-taught art collection grew this year through acquisitions building on existing strengths. Highlights include Edgar Tolson’s King Herod and the Feeding of the Christians to the Lions (1971), acquired from Julie Hall. Tolson, considered one of the most important American self-taught artists of the twentieth century, is represented in the Museum’s collection by The Fall of Man (1969) and other works from the Michael and Julie Hall Collection of American Folk Art. Four works by Milwaukee artist Rosemary Ollison, including a large leather quilt titled Me, Myself, and I: A Puzzle of a Million Pieces (2017) and three drawings, are the first by the artist to enter the Museum’s collection. Ollison’s quilt further adds to the Museum’s small but significant collection of quilts from the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries. Modern and Contemporary Art The Museum’s contemporary art collection was strengthened this year through significant contributions in support of acquisitions. Rashid Johnson created Untitled Anxious Audience (2017) on the occasion of the Museum’s exhibition Rashid Johnson: Hail We Now Sing Joy (June 23–Sept 17, 2017); the work is the first of his to enter the collection. Tyree Guyton’s Old Soldiers Never Die (1990), from his outdoor art environment in Detroit called The Heidelberg Project, was generously donated to the Museum by the Stephen Kohl Art Foundation. The Museum’s Contemporary Art Society’s Art Auction raised funds for the acquisition of Olafur Eliasson’s Rainbow Bridge (2017). Eliasson’s complex art practice incorporates aesthetics,
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science, and ecology. Rainbow Bridge explores light, vision, and movement and is only wholly perceivable when one moves around the sculpture, thus calling attention to the ways in which we interpret the world. Photography Over the past year, the photography department has focused on diversifying the histories and narratives within the collection, adding pictures by the early American photojournalist Frances Benjamin Johnston, African American abstract artist Howardena Doreen Pindell, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya, whose collaged images consider homoerotic visual culture. The Museum continued to build a record of its photography exhibitions through gifts and purchases. Examples include the important photograph Pictures for Rome #17 (1999) by Anthony Hernandez, purchased with funds from the Herzfeld Foundation; Larry Sultan’s Mom in Curtain (1991), a gift from the estate of the artist; and a wonderful group of H. H. Bennett photographs of the Wisconsin Dells, gifted by George and Julia Evans. Finally, the Photography Council commissioned Alessandra Sanguinetti to continue the series she began in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, for the 2014 exhibition Postcards from America, resulting in the addition of five lovely pictures. Prints and Drawings The Museum’s prints and drawings collection benefitted from a number of important gifts this year. Chicagoans Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski continued to donate works from their collection, adding significant prints to the Museum’s holdings of French and American works on paper. Nineteenth-century etchings by French artists Félix-Hilaire Buhot, Charles
Meryon, and Adolphe Martial Potémont entered the collection through the DASS Fund, strengthening the Museum’s collection of inventive prints created during the etching revival. Richard Gallun and Judith McGregor enhanced the Museum’s European modern and contemporary art holdings by donating prints by German artists Georg Baselitz and Max Liebermann, as well as French artists Jean Dubuffet and Auguste Herbin. Purchases of an etching by Francisco de Goya and two prints by Édouard Manet contributed to the Daring Technique: Goya and the Art of Etching exhibition. The Museum also purchased etching portfolios by Albert Besnard and Jules Ferdinand Jacquemart, which provide the opportunity to showcase each artist’s technical achievements and imaginative visualizations of a particular theme. Finally, acquisitions of works by Max Kurzweil and Philipp Otto Runge added depth to the Museum’s collection of German Romantic prints.
MUSEUM LIBRARY/ARCHIVES The Museum’s Research Center opened in its new location, in the historic Judge Jason Downer mansion on Prospect Avenue, in the summer of 2018 to serve the research needs of Museum staff, docents, students, teachers, and scholars. Through generous support from the Alice and Lucia Stern Library Fund, the Demmer Charitable Trust, the international catalogue exchange program, and numerous private donations, the research center added important resources to its library collections, including the two-volume set John Sloan’s Oil Paintings: A Catalogue Raisonne, Narrating the Landscape: Print Culture
and American Expansion in the Nineteenth Century, Théodore Rousseau: 1812–1867: Catalogue Raisonne de L’Oeuvre Peint, the Eames Furniture Sourcebook, and New Realities: Photography in the 19th Century, among others. In addition, several rare books were acquired, including two catalogues by Frank Caplan for the groundbreaking educational toy store Creative Playthings (1967 and an issue from the early 1950s) and two key issues of the important graphic design magazine Émigré Fallout #30 (1994) and Émigré: First Things First #51 (1999).
above: Édouard Manet, Lola de Valence, 1862–63. Full credit on page 36.
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Progress continued on the conservation of earlier European paintings this year thanks to the Fine Arts Society and individual donors. Philadelphia paintings conservator Mark Bockrath performed treatments in the Museum’s Conservation Lab on Portrait of a Young Woman (ca. 1520), attributed to Lorenzo Lotto, and View on the Outskirts of Granville (1831–32), recently identified as an oil study by Théodore Rousseau (previously attributed to John Constable).
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Staff conservators treated over fifty prints from the Museum’s Collection, including six by Francisco de Goya for the exhibition Daring Technique: Goya and the Art of Etching. Over the first half of 2018, several hundred objects were conserved or prepared for exhibition for the fiscal year 2019 fall opening of Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America. In addition, staff prepared over six hundred artworks for exhibitions, rotations, and loan to other institutions. They also completed condition inspections and the fabrication of storage folders for more than five hundred works by French artist Jules Chéret entering the Collection through the James and Susee Wiechmann gift.
The Museum was delighted to continue its decades-long collaboration with the Layton Art Collection Inc. In addition to the Layton Collection’s significant holdings of decorative arts, paintings, and sculpture on view in the Museum’s Collection Galleries for numerous visitors to experience, several works were also lent to both international and national exhibitions, introducing new audiences to the collection and advancing art historical scholarship. This year, two of the Layton Collection’s most treasured artworks were the focus of important Museum-organized exhibitions: Winslow Homer’s Hark! The Lark (1882) was the subject of Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England, an exhibition that explored the critical influence that British culture had on the artist; and Extraordinary Elegance: Nathan Lumbard’s Desk-and-Bookcase (1800–02). This exhibition highlighted new findings and research on the Layton Collection’s rare and unique Lumbard cabinet and was accompanied by programming funded by the Layton Collection.
Lastly, a project to digitize paper conservation reports and images began with the completion of scanning and transferring documents for all artworks in the Bradley Collection to the Museum’s collections database.
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Exhibitions BAKER/ROWLAND GALLERIES
Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France Nov 4, 2017–Jan 28, 2018 Expanded upon an exhibition by the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford. Curated by Britany Salsbury, associate curator of prints and drawings.
Presenting Sponsor: Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art Supporting Sponsor: Katharine and Sanford Mallin
Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France showcased works by Édouard Manet, Eugène Delacroix, Paul Cézanne, Mary Cassatt, and others as it traced the development of modern art in nineteenth-century Paris. The exhibition represented transformative movements such as Impressionism and Cubism in 150 paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures. It focused especially on works on paper, highlighting the different ways that modern artists used drawings and prints and the crucial role these media played in their artistic practices.
Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England March 1–May 20, 2018 Co-organized with the Worcester Art Museum. Curated by Brandon Ruud, Milwaukee Art Museum Abert Family Curator of American Art, and Elizabeth Athens, former curator, Worcester Art Museum.
Presenting Sponsor: BMO Harris Bank National Tour Sponsor: Terra Foundation for American Art Education Sponsor: Greater Milwaukee Foundation Caxambas Foundation Supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities Additional Sponsors: Henry Luce Foundation, Wyeth Foundation for American Art, The Lunder Foundation, Milwaukee Art Museum’s Collectors’ Corner in honor of its 70th anniversary, Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art, and Bob and Judy Scott
Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England explored—for the first time in a major museum exhibition—the pivotal period of nearly two years, in 1881 and 1882, that American artist Winslow Homer (1836–1910) lived and worked in the remote northern English fishing village of Cullercoats. Homer’s decision to abandon the American art world at the height of his fame for an isolated English hamlet dramatically altered the artist’s life and art. This exhibition featured the most comprehensive group of oil paintings to emerge from Homer’s time abroad, as well as drawings and prints, all of which bear the mark of the influences he encountered there and highlight the hardships and joys of life along the waterfront.
Program Sponsor: American Arts Society
William Kentridge: More Sweetly Play the Dance June 22–Aug 19, 2018 Curated by Margaret Andera, interim chief curator and curator of contemporary art.
Presenting Sponsor: Milwaukee Art Museum’s Contemporary Art Society Supporting Sponsor: Milwaukee Art Museum’s Friends of Art
William Kentridge: More Sweetly Play the Dance was an immersive, multisensory experience from the famed South African artist (b. 1955). Combining drawing, filmmaking, and animation with a spirited soundtrack, the monumental work ran the length of the galleries, engaging visitors in a brass band–led danse macabre (or medieval “dance of death”) that spoke to issues around life, mortality, migration, and displacement. The installation featured the eight-channel projection and sculptural components, including school chairs and large megaphones through which part of the soundtrack was played. The exhibition marked the first time that the Baker/Rowland Galleries were devoted to a single work of art.
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Jaime Hayon: Technicolor Dec 8, 2017–March 25, 2018 Organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Coordinated at the Museum by Monica Obniski, Demmer Curator of 20th- and 21stCentury Design.
Supporting Sponsors: Layden Family Foundation and Milwaukee Art Museum’s Garden Club Education Sponsor: Suzy B. Ettinger Foundation Hospitality Partner: StandEatDrink Hospitality Group
Jaime Hayon: Technicolor allowed visitors to enter the Spanish artist-designer’s vibrant world and find inspiration in his embrace of imagination. The exhibition featured colorful and whimsical sculptures, ceramics, textiles, and playground equipment by the artist (b. 1974), who is at the forefront of an energetic new wave in contemporary design. The exhibition also premiered the new series Afrikando, seven glass works that the Museum commissioned.
Daring Technique: Goya and the Art of Etching April 20–Sept 9, 2018 Curated by Britany Salsbury, associate curator of prints and drawings.
Presenting Sponsor: In Memory of Jean Friedlander, the Friedlander Family Supporting Sponsor: Milwaukee Art Museum’s Print Forum
Daring Technique: Goya and the Art of Etching presented the thirty-three drama-filled prints of the Spanish painter’s 1816 series Tauromaquia (Bullfighting), which represents the history of the popular Spanish pastime. The series reflects the inventive style and printmaking techniques that set Francisco de Goya (1746–1828) apart from his contemporaries, and a complete first edition set is a highlight of the Museum’s collection. The exhibition presented the series with other prints from the Museum’s holdings, demonstrating the influences on and of Goya’s daring approach to etching and his lasting passion for his native country.
right: Francisco de Goya, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters (El sueño de la razon produce monstruos), from the series Los Caprichos, 1797–98, published 1868 (detail). Etching and aquatint. Gift of Seidel Tanning Corporation, Milwaukee, M1968.79.
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Anthony Hernandez Sept 15, 2017–Jan 1, 2018 Organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Coordinated at the Museum by Lisa Sutcliffe, curator of photography and media arts.
Sponsored by: Herzfeld Foundation and David C. & Sarajean Ruttenberg Arts Foundation Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts Exhibition Sponsors: Herzfeld Foundation and Madeleine and David Lubar
This first retrospective on the major photographer Anthony Hernandez (b. 1947), a Los Angeles native, featured approximately 120 photographs—many never shown before—from the artist’s more than forty-five-year career. The exhibition included blackand-white photographs of downtown L.A. from the early 1970s; color pictures of Rodeo Drive from the mid-1980s; selections from the critically acclaimed series Landscapes for the Homeless, completed in 1991; and the museum debut of Hernandez’s most recent series, Against LA, all of which capture the desolate allure and sprawling expanses of the artist’s hometown.
The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip Jan 26–April 22, 2018 Organized by Aperture Foundation, New York, and curated by David Campany and Denise Wolff. Coordinated at the Museum by Ariel Pate, assistant curator of photography.
Presenting Sponsor: Johnson Financial Group Supported in part by an award by the National Endowment for the Arts Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts Exhibition Sponsors: Herzfeld Foundation and Madeleine and David Lubar Media Sponsor: 88.9 Radio Milwaukee
The Open Road was the first exhibition to consider the American photographic road trip as a genre in and of itself. The exhibition tracked the journeys of eighteen photographers for whom the American road was muse. Shown in chronological order, from the 1950s to today, the photographs featured America’s changing landscape from its highways and byways; they showed the evolution of American car culture and reflected the artists’ explorations of place, time, and self. Highlights included Robert Frank’s black-and-white photographs from his 1955 road trip; seminal color work from William Eggleston, Stephen Shore, and Joel Sternfeld; and series from contemporary photographers Alec Soth and Swiss artist duo Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs.
Photographing Nature’s Cathedrals: Carleton E. Watkins, Eadweard Muybridge, and H. H. Bennett May 18–Aug 26, 2018 Curated by Ariel Pate, assistant curator of photography.
Presenting Sponsor: In Memory of Joan W. Nason Supporting Sponsor: James A. Schleif and William H. Morley Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts Exhibition Sponsors: Herzfeld Foundation and Madeleine and David Lubar Organized, in part, from the collection of the American Geographical Society Library, University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee
Photographing Nature’s Cathedrals presented American landscape photographs by three nineteenth-century artists who used mammoth-plate prints, panoramas, and stereographs—the cuttingedge photographic technology of their time—to capture the natural wonders of the country. The photographs featured had helped create the myth of the Edenic American West, attracted tourists to the unusual formations in the Dells region of Wisconsin, and inspired the creation of Yosemite National Park. The exhibition was complemented by a recent gift of vernacular photography from Peter Cohen and a display of Ho-Chunk objects in Mrs. M.—’s Cabinet organized by the Chipstone Foundation and Kendra Greendeer, collections manager at the Little Eagle Arts Foundation.
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Turning to Turner Dec 22, 2017–April 29, 2018 Curated by Brandon Ruud, Abert Family Curator of American Art. Turning to Turner featured a selection of prints by the English landscape painter and watercolorist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851), including rare selections from his Liber Studiorum and Turner Gallery series. These were shown alongside prints by Winslow Homer and other nineteenth-century American artists who were inspired by what many celebrated as his “truth to nature” style.
Extraordinary Elegance: Nathan Lumbard’s Deskand-Bookcase May 11–Nov 25, 2018 Curated by Brandon Ruud, Abert Family Curator of American Art. Extraordinary Elegance brought the artistry and craftsmanship of the Massachusetts-based cabinetmaker Nathan Lumbard (1777–1847) into focus. Described as “extraordinary” upon its rediscovery, the incomparable Desk-andBookcase was placed in context through the display of similarly designed and dated objects from the collection and presented alongside important new scholarship on the artist. Presenting Sponsor: Milwaukee Art Museum’s Collectors’ Corner in honor of its 70th anniversary Program Sponsor: Layton Art Collection Inc.
2018 Scholastic Art Awards: Wisconsin Exhibition Feb 3–March 18, 2018 More than three hundred artworks by Wisconsin students in grades 7–12 were on display in this annual exhibition that celebrates young talent in our state. The juried exhibition was drawn from over three thousand submissions in the categories of Architecture & Industrial Design, Ceramics & Glass, Comic Art, Design, Digital Art, Drawing & Illustration, Editorial Cartoon, Fashion, Film & Animation, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Video Games, and Art Portfolios. The Milwaukee Art Museum has hosted the Scholastic Art Awards for the Wisconsin region since 1976. Presented by: Heller Foundation and Mary Ellen Heller in memory of Avis Heller, Peter and Debra Johnson, Carol and James E. Wiensch, Vanguard Computers Inc., CompURent, and an anonymous donor.
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Designing Paris: The Posters of Jules Chéret Dec 15, 2017–April 29, 2018
Epic and Intimate: Seventeenth-Century French Prints from the Hockerman Collection May 4–Aug 12, 2018
Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
Curated by Tanya Paul, Isabel and Alfred Bader Curator of European Art.
Wisconsin Women Artists Central Library Art Gallery, Milwaukee Public Library
Epic and Intimate presented prints by seventeenth-century artists such as Jacques Callot, Claude Lorrain, Claude Mellan, and Simon Vouet, who experimented with etching and engraving during a period when printmaking proliferated in France. The nearly fifty works featured, from the collection that local collector Ethel K. Hockerman and her charitable trust donated to the Museum over the course of three decades, revealed connections between printmakers at the time and within this important collection.
Sept 15, 2016–ongoing
Curated by Britany Salsbury, associate curator of prints and drawings. Designing Paris celebrated the gift of nearly six hundred posters by Jules Chéret (1836–1932) to the Museum from local collectors James and Susee Wiechmann. It featured a selection of the French artist’s colorful posters, advertising Paris’s many entertainment venues, products, and department stores, and highlighted how Chéret transformed printmaking into a medium that artists today still see as rich for experimentation.
Photo by Laurelyn Savannah Photography.
Nov 11, 2017–Feb 4, 2018
Look, Write, See
Milwaukee Art Museum Docents
Activities for Teaching Writing and Looking at Art
Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England
Addendum to Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France
Look, Write, See: Activities for Teaching Writing and Looking at Art
Britany Salsbury and Nikki Otten
Milwaukee Art Museum Docents
Foreword by: Marcelle Polednik, PhD Edited by: Christina Dittrich
Foreword by: Patrice Ball, Elise Riepenhoff, Jim Vopat, PhD
Designed by: Julie Tokarz-Stoye
Edited by: Christina Dittrich
Published by: Milwaukee Art Museum
Designed by: Shiraz Gallab
Hardcover, 168 pages, 2017
Softcover, 64 pages, 2017
Published by: Milwaukee Art Museum
This catalogue, produced in conjunction with the exhibition of the same title, explores the pivotal months in 1881 and 1882 that the canonical American artist Winslow Homer (1836–1910) spent in England. Its essays challenge accepted notions of Homer’s artistic development during and after this period, demonstrating how he wrestled with his creative identity.
This publication is a supplement to the catalogue Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France that the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, published. The supplement was produced to accompany the Milwaukee Art Museum’s expanded presentation of the Ashmolean’s exhibition. Britany Salsbury’s introductory essay explains the scope of the expanded exhibition, which broadened the original survey, and highlights key works. The supplement contains an illustrated entry for each additional drawing, painting, and print.
Elizabeth Athens, Brandon Ruud, and Martha Tedeschi Foreword by: Marcelle Polednik, PhD, and Matthias Waschek, PhD Edited by: Fronia W. Simpson Designed by: Thomas Eykemans Published by: Worcester Art Museum and Milwaukee Art Museum
P U B L I C AT I O N S
Hidden spiral bound, 62 pages, 2018
Look, Write, See includes twenty writing activities that challenge students to tell stories, analyze details, and enter new and unfamiliar worlds through the close observation of works of art. Borne out of the National Writing Project and grounded in the Six Traits of Writing, the activities are paired with art from the Museum’s Collection but are written so they can be used wherever there is art. Appropriate for students in grade 4 and up, the book can be used by parents and guardians, as well as teachers.
Loans Listed chronologically by date of loan.
William Blake and the Age of Aquarius The Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL Sept 24, 2017– March 11, 2018 Sam Francis Damn Braces, 1960 Color lithograph M2009.113 Sam Francis Blue Dip, 1972 Color lithograph M2009.261 Minor White Frosted Window, 1961 Gelatin silver print M2005.117
The World Turned Upside Down: Apocalyptic Imagery in England, 1750–1850 Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI Oct 5, 2017–Jan 18, 2018 William Blake The Fire of God Is Fallen from Heaven, plate 3 from the series Illustrations of the Book of Job, 1825 Engraving M1994.365
Wiener Werkstätte, 1903– 1932: The Luxury of Beauty Neue Galerie, New York, NY Oct 26, 2017–Jan 29, 2018 Hilda Jesser Vase, ca. 1921 Earthenware M2002.104
Gabriele Münter: Painting to the Point Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau, Munich, Germany Oct 30, 2017–April 4, 2018 With subsequent travel to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark (May 3–Aug 19, 2018) and Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany (Sept 15, 2018–Jan 13, 2019) Gabriele Münter Boating, 1910 Oil on canvas M1977.128 Gabriele Münter The Green House, Murnau, 1911 Oil on canvas M1977.127
Impressionists in London: French Artists in Exile 1870–1904 Tate Britain, London, UK Nov 2, 2017–May 7, 2018
right: Winslow Homer, Hark! The Lark, 1882. Oil on canvas. Layton Art Collection Inc., Gift of Frederick Layton, L99.
With subsequent travel to Petit Palais, Paris, France (June 20–Oct 14, 2018) James Tissot London Visitors, 1874 Oil on canvas L1888.14
Tamayo: The New York Years Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC Nov 3, 2017–March 18, 2018 Rufino Tamayo The Family, 1925 Oil on canvas On loan to the Milwaukee Art Museum from a private collection
Small Works by Sculptors in the Bradley Family Foundation Collection Lynden Sculpture Garden, Milwaukee, WI Nov 5, 2017–Feb 1, 2018 Aldo Calo Tension, 1964 Bronze M1977.74
Wayne Thiebaud Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, University of California, Davis Jan 16–May 14, 2018 Wayne Thiebaud Refrigerator Pies, 1962 Oil on canvas On loan to the Milwaukee Art Museum from a private collection
Charles Thwaites: An American Journey Dubuque Museum of Art, IA Jan 20–April 22, 2018 Charles Thwaites Corn, 1948 Oil on panel M1959.51
Henry Moore Reclining Figure, 1954 Bronze M1982.45
Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England Worcester Art Museum, MA Nov 11, 2017–Feb 4, 2018
Masayuki Nagare Forever, 1964 Bronze and granite M1980.190
With subsequent travel to the Milwaukee Art Museum (March 1–May 20, 2018)
Tony Smith Spitball, 1970 Black marble M1983.364
George Henry Boughton The Two Farewells, 1873 Oil on canvas L1888.8
Outliers and American Vanguard Art National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Jan 28–May 13, 2018 With subsequent travel to High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA (June 24–Sept 30, 2018) and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA (Nov 18, 2018– March 28, 2019)
Winslow Homer Hark! The Lark, 1882 Oil on canvas L99
Elijah Pierce Pearl Harbor and the African Queen, ca. 1941 Carved, assembled, and painted wood M1989.253 Elijah Pierce The Story of Job, ca. 1936 Carved and painted wood M1989.254 Edgar Tolson The Fall of Man, 1969 Series of 8 sculptures, carved and painted wood with pencil and marker M1989.315.1–.8
William L. Hawkins: An Imaginative Geography Columbus Museum of Art, OH Feb 16–May 20, 2018 With subsequent travel to the Mingei International Museum, San Diego, CA (June 2–Aug 26, 2018), Figge Art Museum, Davenport, IA (Sept 2–Dec 30, 2018), and The Columbus Museum, GA (Jan 29– April 28, 2019) William L. Hawkins The Eagle and the Serpent, ca. 1981 Oil, paint, and glitter on wood M2012.65
To Be Seen and Heard Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago, IL March 23–June 17, 2018 Prophet Blackmon The Family Path of the Whole Earth to Heaven, n.d. Latex and enamel paint on plywood M1988.179 Josephus Farmer Tribute to John F. Kennedy, 1970s Carved and painted wood M1986.6
A Home for Surrealism The Arts Club of Chicago, IL June 7–Aug 18, 2018 John Wilde Myself Working from the Nude in Silver, 1948 Oil on Masonite M1948.4 John Wilde Wisconsin Wildeworld (Provincia, Naturlica, Classicum), 1953–55 Oil on canvas M1965.2
Eugene Von Bruenchenhein A Dream May Be Forever Tho Life May End, 1955 Oil on mat board M2000.92
Albert Bierstadt: Witness to a Changing West Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, WY June 8–Sept 30, 2018
Nicolas de Staël in Provence Hôtel de Caumont Centre d’Art, Aix-en-Provence, France May 4–Sept 23, 2018
Albert Bierstadt Wind River Mountains, Nebraska Territory, 1862 Oil on board L1897.3
Nicolas de Staël Flowers, 1953 Oil on canvas M1960.27 Nicolas de Staël Red Boats, 1954 Oil on canvas M1959.377
right: John Wilde, Myself Working from the Nude in Silver, 1948. Oil on Masonite. Purchase, Christian Doerfler Fund, M1948.4. © John Wilde
Making a Space for Florence John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI June 23, 2018–July 23, 2019 Gerrit Sinclair Summer Plowing, 1943 Egg and tempera on Masonite L341
Acquisitions The acquisitions list includes gifts and purchases from September 1, 2017, to August 31, 2018. Dimensions are in inches, with height, width, and depth in that order, unless otherwise specified. For drawings and prints, dimensions indicate sheet size (except where indicated); for photographs, the image size. Prints and drawings are on paper, with exceptions noted. Primary materials only are listed for decorative arts.
Rashid Johnson (American, b. 1977)
Alberoi Bazile (Haitian, b. 1920)
Untitled Anxious Audience, 2017 Ceramic tile, soap, and wax 95 1/2 × 159 × 2 1/2 in. (242.57 × 403.86 × 6.35 cm) Purchase, with funds from Mark and Debbie Attanasio, Marianne and Sheldon Lubar, Joanne Murphy, the African American Art Alliance, and the Modern and Contemporary Art Deaccession Funds M2017.60
Olafur Eliasson (Danish, b. 1967)
Untitled, 1970s Oil on Masonite 23 3/4 × 19 3/4 in. (60.33 × 50.17 cm) Gift of Lynde B. Uihlein M2017.164 Arthur Hacker (British, 1858–1919) Wooded Glade, ca. 1918 Oil on panel 10 × 13 1/2 in. (25.4 × 34.29 cm) Gift of Wayne and Kristine Lueders M2017.59
Henri-Claude Obin (Haitian, 1949–2000) Untitled, 1970s Oil on Masonite 20 × 23 1/2 in. (50.8 × 59.69 cm) Gift of Lynde B. Uihlein M2017.163 Salnave Philippe-Auguste (Haitian, 1908–1989) Untitled, 1974 Oil on Masonite 19 1/2 × 23 3/4 in. (49.53 × 60.33 cm) Gift of Lynde B. Uihlein M2017.162
Rainbow Bridge, 2017 Painted and mirrored glass with powder-coated steel 66 9/16 × 195 1/4 × 19 11/16 in. (169 × 496 × 50 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Contemporary Art Society, Jeffrey Yabuki, Donna and Donald Baumgartner, Sue and Bud Selig, Herzfeld Foundation, Steve and Janice Marcus, Ken and Kate Muth, Flavius Cucu and Miriam Van de Sype, Jason and McKenzie Edmonds, Tim and Sue Frautschi, Lincoln and Lilith Fowler, Mark and Judy Garber, Michael and Jennifer Keough, Joan Lubar and John Crouch, Justin and Susanna Mortara, Buddy and Catherine Robinson, Christine Symchych and James McNulty, and friends of the Contemporary Art Society M2017.126
Betty Gold (American, b. 1935) Maquette for Monumental Holistic III, 1979 Steel 28 × 24 × 14 in. (71.12 × 60.96 × 35.56 cm) Accessioned from museum service M2018.33 Tyree Guyton (American, b. 1955) Old Soldiers Never Die, from the Heidelberg Project, 1990 Mixed media on wood 81 × 28 1/4 × 6 in. (205.74 × 71.76 × 15.24 cm) Gift of Stephen Kohl Art Foundation M2017.135 Edgar Tolson (American, 1904–1984) King Herod and the Feeding of the Christians to the Lions, 1971 Carved, painted, and assembled wood 25 1/4 × 21 1/8 × 14 3/8 in. (64.14 × 53.66 × 36.51 cm) Purchase, Lucia Stern Fund and Hall Acquisition Fund M2017.48
George Benjamin Luks (American, 1867–1933)
William James Glackens (American, 1870–1938)
Man Reading, n.d. Charcoal pencil on paper sheet: 7 × 7 in. (17.78 × 17.78 cm) Gift of David G. and Judith A. Meissner M2018.16
Study for Central Park, Winter, ca. 1905 Charcoal on paper sheet: 5 3/8 × 8 1/2 in. (13.65 × 21.59 cm) Gift of David G. and Judith A. Meissner M2018.15 The Hookem-Snivey rascal stared at it as though it had been the Prince o’ Darkness, 1909 Ink, crayon, and gouache on paper sheet: 11 × 8 7/8 in. (27.94 × 22.54 cm) Gift of David G. and Judith A. Meissner M2018.14
Rosemary Ollison (American, b. 1942) Untitled, 1996 Marker and glitter on paper sheet: 13 7/8 × 10 5/8 in. (35.24 × 26.99 cm) Purchase, Lucia Stern Fund M2017.32
Untitled, from the series Me Too, 2005 Marker and glitter on paper sheet: 14 1/8 × 11 3/16 in. (35.88 × 28.42 cm) Purchase, Lucia Stern Fund M2017.33
left: Rosemary Ollison, Untitled, from the series Fancy and Free. Full credit on this page.
Me, Myself, and I: A Puzzle of a Million Pieces, 2017 Pieced and quilted leather with glitter 120 × 120 in. (304.8 × 304.8 cm) Purchase, Lucia Stern Fund M2017.35 Untitled, from the series Fancy and Free, 2017 Marker and glitter on paper sheet: 23 7/8 × 17 15/16 in. (60.64 × 45.56 cm) Purchase, Lucia Stern Fund M2017.34 Emile Schuffenecker (French, 1851–1934) Seaweed Gatherer (Ramasseuse de varech), 1888/89 Pastel and pencil on paper sheet: 18 5/8 × 12 1/8 in. (47.31 × 30.8 cm) Gift of Richard Gallun and Judith McGregor M2017.186
John Sloan (American, 1871–1951)
Bachelor Girl, 1912 Graphite on paper sheet: 12 1/2 × 10 1/8 in. (31.75 × 25.72 cm) Gift of David G. and Judith A. Meissner M2018.18
Hans Arp (French, 1886–1966) Mask, 1948 Woodcut block: 8 5/8 × 6 9/16 in. (21.91 × 16.67 cm) sheet: 11 7/8 × 11 in. (30.16 × 27.94 cm) Gift of Meg and Kevin Kinney M2017.148
Artworks (New York, New York, active 20th century) 4th of July 1976, Philadelphia, 1976 Offset lithograph image and sheet: 22 1/2 × 17 in. (57.15 × 43.18 cm) Anonymous gift M2018.22 Georg Baselitz (German, b. 1938) The Entrance (Der Auftritt), from the series In the Woods and on the Heath (Im Wald und auf der Heide), 2005 Hand-colored linocut sheet: 89 3/16 × 66 15/16 in. (226.54 × 170.02 cm) Gift of Richard Gallun and Judith McGregor M2017.189 Albert Besnard (French, 1849–1936) Elle, 1900 Series of 26 etchings dimensions variable Purchase, Schuchardt Fund M2017.16.1–.26
Félix Bracquemond (French, 1833–1914)
Jules Chéret (French, 1836–1932)
Reeds and Teal (Roseaux et Sarcelles), ca. 1882 Etching plate: 13 × 11 in. (33.02 × 27.94 cm) sheet: 18 3/16 × 13 in. (46.14 × 33.02 cm) Purchase, Croasdaile Fund M2017.17
Tertulia: Café-Spectacle, ca. 1871 Lithograph with hand coloring image: 8 3/4 × 5 1/2 in. (22.23 × 13.97 cm) sheet: 13 7/8 × 10 in. (35.24 × 25.4 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.93
David Bragin (American, active 1960s–1970s) Issued by Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO) (Mozambique, Africa, founded 1962) Mozambique Will Be Free, 1972–75 Offset lithograph image and sheet: 25 × 19 1/16 in. (63.5 × 48.42 cm) Anonymous gift M2018.21 Félix-Hilaire Buhot (French, 1847–1898) Place Pigalle in 1878 (La Place Pigalle en 1878), 1878 Etching, drypoint, aquatint, and roulette plate: 9 1/2 × 13 5/16 in. (24.13 × 33.81 cm) sheet: 13 5/8 × 18 13/16 in. (34.61 × 47.78 cm) Gift of the DASS Fund M2017.88
The Fan (L’Éventail), ca. 1885 Lithograph with hand coloring image and sheet: 12 7/8 × 9 1/4 in. (32.7 × 23.5 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.95 Untitled [Design for a fan], ca. 1885 Lithograph with hand coloring image: 10 1/8 × 21 1/8 in. (25.72 × 53.66 cm) sheet: 13 3/4 × 21 5/8 in. (34.93 × 54.93 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.94 Lesley Dill (American, b. 1950) Woman with Hindi Healing Dress, 2005 Lithograph with thread image and sheet: 15 × 11 in. (38.1 × 27.94 cm) Gift of Raymond Kehm M2017.20
The Fugitive (Le Fugitif), 1977 Enamel screenprint on steel 33 1/2 × 21 7/8 in. (85.09 × 55.56 cm) Gift of Richard Gallun and Judith McGregor M2017.190
left: Rockwell Kent, Starry Night, 1933. Full credit on following page.
Experimental Jetset (Amsterdam, Netherlands, founded 1997) Marieke Stolk (Dutch, b. 1967) Erwin Brinkers (Dutch, b. 1973) Danny van den Dungen (Dutch, b. 1971) [Selection of 100 works from 41 projects], 1998–2017 Offset lithograph, screenprint, and various print media Various dimensions Gift of Experimental Jetset M2018.13.1–.41
Listen (Dust Is the Only Secret), 2006 Lithograph with synthetic fiber image: 13 × 5 1/2 in. (33.02 × 13.97 cm) sheet: 18 × 9 3/4 in. (45.72 × 24.77 cm) Gift of Raymond Kehm M2017.19
Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901–1985) Smile (Sourier), 1962 Color lithograph image: 20 9/16 × 15 in. (52.23 × 38.1 cm) sheet: 25 13/16 × 19 15/16 in. (65.56 × 50.64 cm) Gift of Richard Gallun and Judith McGregor M2017.185
Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746–1828) After Diego Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660) Aesop (Aesopus), 1778 Etching plate: 11 7/8 × 8 5/8 in. (30.16 × 21.91 cm) sheet: 16 3/8 × 12 3/4 in. (41.59 × 32.39 cm) Purchase, with funds in memory of Betty Croasdaile and John E. Julien M2017.22
Arthur William Heintzelman (American, 1891–1965)
Jules Ferdinand Jacquemart (French, 1837–1880)
Strolling Musician of Gloucester, 1918 Etching plate: 7 7/8 × 5 1/16 in. (20 × 12.86 cm) sheet: 11 1/2 × 9 1/4 in. (29.21 × 23.5 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in memory of Barbara Abert Tooman M2017.160
The Four Elements (Les quatre éléments), 1863 Etching and drypoint plate: 5 3/4 × 6 1/2 in. (14.61 × 16.51 cm) sheet: 10 3/4 × 14 5/8 in. (27.31 × 37.15 cm) Purchase, with funds from Print Forum M2017.89.1–.6
Auguste Herbin (French, 1882–1960) Midnight (Minuit), 1959 Color screenprint image: 19 1/4 × 13 5/8 in. (48.9 × 34.61 cm) sheet: 26 1/8 × 19 5/8 in. (66.36 × 49.85 cm) Gift of Richard Gallun and Judith McGregor M2017.188 Winslow Homer (American, 1836–1910) The Picnic Excursion, from Appleton’s Journal of Literature, Science and Art, August 14, 1869, 1869 Wood engraving block: 6 3/4 × 9 in. (17.15 × 22.86 cm) sheet: 7 5/8 × 10 15/16 in. (19.37 × 27.78 cm) Gift of Raymond Kehm M2017.24
Rockwell Kent (American, 1882–1971) Precipice, 1927 Wood engraving block: 8 × 5 1/2 in. (20.32 × 13.97 cm) sheet: 11 1/4 × 8 3/4 in. (28.58 × 22.23 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.101 Girl on Cliff, 1930 Wood engraving block: 6 1/2 × 4 3/4 in. (16.51 × 12.07 cm) sheet: 9 1/2 × 7 1/2 in. (24.13 × 19.05 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.96
Beowulf, from the series Beowulf, 1931 Lithograph image: 13 13/16 × 10 1/2 in. (35.08 × 26.67 cm) sheet: 23 × 16 in. (58.42 × 40.64 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.97 Beowulf and Grendel’s Mother, from the series Beowulf, 1931 Lithograph image: 13 1/2 × 9 15/16 in. (34.29 × 25.24 cm) sheet: 23 × 15 13/16 in. (58.42 × 40.16 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.98 Mala (Danseuse), 1933 Lithograph image: 11 3/8 × 9 15/16 in. (28.89 × 25.24 cm) sheet: 22 3/4 × 16 in. (57.79 × 40.64 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.99 Starry Night, 1933 Wood engraving block: 7 × 4 15/16 in. (17.78 × 12.54 cm) sheet: 10 × 7 3/4 in. (25.4 × 19.69 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.100
Merry Christmas, 1951 Lithograph image: 13 × 9 1/4 in. (33.02 × 23.5 cm) sheet: 15 15/16 × 12 in. (40.48 × 30.48 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.102 Max Kurzweil (Austrian, 1867–1916) The Cushion (Der Polster), 1903 Color woodcut block: 11 1/4 × 10 1/4 in. (28.58 × 26.04 cm) sheet: 15 3/16 × 12 1/16 in. (38.58 × 30.64 cm) Purchase, René von Schleinitz Memorial Fund M2017.87 Louis Legrand (French, 1863–1951) Sulking Girl (Boudeuse), 1905 Drypoint plate: 7 7/8 × 5 1/8 in. (20 × 13 cm) sheet: 14 1/2 × 11 1/4 in. (36.83 × 28.58 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in memory of Barbara Abert Tooman M2017.161
Max Liebermann (German, 1847–1935) The Bathers, 1909 Lithograph image: 6 11/16 × 8 11/16 in. (17 × 22 cm) sheet: 12 13/16 × 17 1/8 in. (32.54 × 43.5 cm) Gift of Richard Gallun and Judith McGregor M2017.187
Dead Toreador (Torero Mort), 1867–68 Etching and aquatint plate: 6 1/8 × 8 7/8 in. (15.56 × 22.54 cm) sheet: 12 7/8 × 17 5/8 in. (32.7 × 44.77 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Ralph and Cora Oberndorfer Family Trust M2017.92
Édouard Manet (French, 1832–1883)
Adolphe Martial Potémont (French, 1828–1883)
Lola de Valence, 1862–63 Etching and aquatint
Headquarters of the Société des Aquafortistes (Siège de la Société des Aquafortistes), 1864 Etching and chine collé plate: 11 5/16 × 15 5/16 in. (287.34 × 388.94 mm) sheet: 13 7/8 × 17 3/4 in. (35.24 × 45.09 cm) Gift of the DASS Fund M2017.90
plate: 10 3/8 × 7 1/16 in. (26.35 × 17.94 cm) sheet: 18 5/8 × 14 in. (47.31 × 35.56 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Ralph and Cora Oberndorfer Family Trust M2017.91 Charles Baudelaire, In Profile II (Baudelaire de profil en chapeau II), 1867–68 Etching plate: 4 1/4 × 3 1/2 in. (10.8 × 8.89 cm) sheet: 10 5/8 × 8 1/2 in. (26.99 × 21.59 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in memory of Barbara Abert Tooman M2017.159
Charles Meryon (French, 1821–1868) The Clock Tower, Paris (La Tour de l’horloge, Paris), 1852 Etching plate: 10 3/8 × 7 1/2 in. (26.35 × 19.05 cm) sheet: 17 1/2 × 13 1/8 in. (44.45 × 33.34 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.104
The Notre-Dame Pump (La Pompe Notre-Dame, Paris), from the series Etchings of Paris (Eaux-Fortes sur Paris), 1852 Etching plate: 6 3/4 × 9 7/8 in. (17.15 × 25.08 cm) sheet: 10 1/2 × 13 3/4 in. (26.67 × 34.93 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.103 San Francisco, 1856–57 Etching and drypoint plate: 9 3/8 × 38 13/16 in. (23.81 × 98.58 cm) sheet: 13 × 40 9/16 in. (33 × 103 cm) Gift of the DASS Fund M2017.30 Berthe Morisot (French, 1841–1895) Young Woman at Rest, 1889, printed later Drypoint plate: 3 1/4 × 4 5/8 in. (8.26 × 11.75 cm) sheet: 7 1/2 × 9 7/8 in. (19.05 × 25.08 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in memory of Barbara Abert Tooman M2017.158
John Rieben (American, b. 1935)
John Rieben (American, b. 1935)
Center for Advanced Research in Design of the Container Corporation of America (Chicago, Illinois, 1964–1970s)
A Is the First Letter of the Alphabet, 1965–66 Screenprint image and sheet: 49 7/8 × 34 7/8 in. (126.68 × 88.58 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.64
Field Museum, ca. 1965 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 49 15/16 × 34 7/8 in. (126.84 × 88.58 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.78 Museum of Science and Industry, 1968 Screenprint image: 48 × 33 1/4 in. (121.92 × 84.46 cm) sheet: 49 × 34 1/4 in. (124.46 × 87 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.81
Chicago Has Two Great Zoos, 1965–66 Photo lithograph image and sheet: 50 × 35 in. (127 × 88.9 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.61 Chicago, the Town that Van der Rohe Built, 1966 Screenprint image and sheet: 49 7/8 × 35 in. (126.68 × 88.9 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.62
Dearborn Observatory, 1966 Screenprint image and sheet: 49 15/16 × 34 7/8 in. (126.84 × 88.58 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.63 Total Design Award Dinner Dance, 1966 Screenprint image and sheet: 49 7/8 × 34 7/8 in. (126.68 × 88.58 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.83 Soirée de Monte Carlo, designed 1968, printed ca. 2012 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 37 3/8 × 27 1/2 in. (94.93 × 69.85 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.65 Total Design Award Dinner Dance, 1968 Screenprint image and sheet: 49 7/8 × 34 7/8 in. (126.68 × 88.58 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.82 HEAD, 1975 Offset lithograph image and sheet: 34 1/8 × 22 in. (86.68 × 55.88 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.67
Winter Olympics Denver 1976, 1976 Screenprint image and sheet: 50 1/2 × 35 1/8 in. (128.27 × 89.22 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.66 City Center, Joffrey Ballet, 1980 Screenprint image and sheet: 32 7/8 × 23 in. (83.5 × 58.42 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.77 De-energize the Crisis: Consolidate, 1980 Screenprint image and sheet: 40 × 30 in. (101.6 × 76.2 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.75 De-energize the Crisis: Consolidate, 1980 Screenprint image and sheet: 40 1/4 × 30 in. (102.24 × 76.2 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.74 De-energize the Crisis: Consolidate, 1980 Screenprint image and sheet: 40 1/4 × 30 1/4 in. (102.24 × 76.84 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.76
Call for Entries, Container Corporation Fine Arts Exhibition, Rock Island, Illinois, 1988 Screenprint and offset lithograph image and sheet: 32 1/8 × 18 1/8 in. (81.6 × 46.04 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.68 Film, 1988 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 41 3/4 × 29 3/8 in. (106.05 × 74.61 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.80 Das Rheingold, Wagner Ring Cycle, 2005 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 43 × 31 in. (109.22 × 78.74 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.72 Götterdämmerung, Wagner Ring Cycle, 2005 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 43 × 31 in. (109.22 × 78.74 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.71 Siegfried, Wagner Ring Cycle, 2005 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 43 × 31 in. (109.22 × 78.74 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.70
Walküre, Wagner Ring Cycle, 2005 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 42 7/16 × 30 7/16 in. (107.79 × 77.31 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.69 Design is art that makes itself useful (Design ist kunst die sich nützlich Macht), 2006 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 41 3/4 × 29 1/2 in. (106.05 × 74.93 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.73 On Our Way, 2010 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 36 × 23 15/16 in. (91.44 × 60.8 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.84 Harbor Your Dreams, 2011 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 35 15/16 × 23 15/16 in. (91.28 × 60.8 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.85 Heaven Kewaunee 2011, 2011 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 36 1/4 × 24 1/4 in. (92.08 × 61.6 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.86
The 39 Steps, 2011 Digital inkjet print image and sheet: 42 5/8 × 29 in. (108.27 × 73.66 cm) Gift of John Rieben M2017.79 Philipp Otto Runge (German, 1777–1810) Four Playing Cards: Judith, Esther, David, and Cezar, 1809 Wood engraving block (each): 3 1/4 × 2 1/16 in. (8.26 × 5.24 cm) sheet: 10 1/4 × 8 15/16 in. (26 × 22.7 cm) Purchase, René von Schleinitz Memorial Fund M2017.37 Margery Austen Ryerson (American, 1886–1989) Untitled [Young girl at piano with poodle], n.d. Lithograph with hand coloring image: 9 1/2 × 9 1/4 in. (24.13 × 23.5 cm) sheet: 11 5/8 × 14 3/4 in. (29.53 × 37.47 cm) Gift of David G. and Judith A. Meissner M2018.17 Tomasz Sarnecki (Polish, 1966–2018) Solidarność (Solidarity), 1989 Lithograph image and sheet: 39 × 27 1/2 in. (99.06 × 69.85 cm) Gift of Sharon M. Keigher M2018.12
Rufino Tamayo (Mexican, 1899–1991) Woman in Red (Mujer en Rojo), 1969 Color lithograph image: 27 5/8 × 21 3/16 in. (70.17 × 53.82 cm) sheet: 30 × 22 1/2 in. (76.2 × 57.15 cm) Gift of Sally Ludwig M2017.39 Tom Uttech (American, b. 1942) Published by Landfall Press (American, founded 1970) Tichi Bwa Wabang, 2016 Color lithograph image: 20 1/4 × 22 1/4 in. (51.44 × 56.52 cm) sheet: 24 1/8 × 26 1/8 in. (61.28 × 66.36 cm) Landfall Press Archive, gift of Jack Lemon and Suzanne and Richard Pieper LP2017.1.1 Tichi Bwa Wabang, 2016 Color lithograph image: 20 1/4 × 22 1/4 in. (51.44 × 56.52 cm) sheet: 24 × 26 in. (60.96 × 66.04 cm) Landfall Press Archive, gift of Jack Lemon and Suzanne and Richard Pieper LP2017.1.2
James Abbott McNeill Whistler (American, 1834–1903) Eagle Wharf, from The Thames Set (A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects), 1858, published 1871 Etching plate: 5 3/8 × 8 3/8 in. (13.65 × 21.27 cm) sheet: 6 3/4 × 9 3/8 in. (17.15 × 23.81 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.115 La Rétameuse, from The French Set (Douze eaux-fortes d’après nature), 1858 Etching plate: 4 5/16 × 3 1/2 in. (109.54 × 88.9 mm) sheet: 8 11/16 × 6 3/4 in. (22.07 × 17.15 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.105 La Vieille aux Loques, from The French Set (Douze eaux-fortes d’après nature), 1858 Etching and drypoint plate: 8 1/4 × 5 3/4 in. (20.96 × 14.61 cm) sheet: 11 1/8 × 8 in. (28.26 × 20.32 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.109
left: James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Eagle Wharf, from The Thames Set (A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects), 1858, published 1871. Full credit on this page.
Liverdun, from The French Set (Douze eaux-fortes d’après nature), 1858 Etching plate: 4 1/4 × 6 1/16 in. (10.8 × 15.4 cm) sheet: 5 7/8 × 7 3/8 in. (14.92 × 18.73 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.106 Rag Pickers, Quartier Mouffetard, Paris, from The French Set (Douze eaux-fortes d’après nature), 1858 Etching and drypoint plate: 6 1/16 × 3 9/16 in. (15.4 × 9.05 cm) sheet: 8 1/2 × 5 7/8 in. (21.59 × 14.92 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.110
Reading by Lamplight, 1858 Etching and drypoint plate: 6 1/4 × 4 11/16 in. (15.88 × 11.91 cm) sheet: 8 3/4 × 6 3/8 in. (22.23 × 16.19 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.113 Street at Saverne, from The French Set (Douze eaux-fortes d’après nature), 1858 Etching plate: 8 1/8 × 6 1/4 in. (20.64 × 15.88 cm) sheet: 10 5/8 × 9 1/16 in. (26.99 × 23.02 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.108
Title Page, from The French Set (Douze eaux-fortes d’après nature), 1858 Etching plate: 4 3/8 × 5 13/16 in. (11.11 × 14.76 cm) sheet: 13 7/8 × 10 5/8 in. (35.24 × 26.99 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.111 The Unsafe Tenement, from The French Set (Douze eauxfortes d’après nature), 1858 Etching plate: 6 1/4 × 8 7/8 in. (15.88 × 22.54 cm) sheet: 10 1/8 × 12 7/8 in. (25.72 × 32.7 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.107 Annie, Seated, 1858/59 Etching and drypoint plate: 5 3/16 × 3 13/16 in. (13.18 × 9.68 cm) sheet: 8 × 5 1/8 in. (20.32 × 13.02 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.112
The Pool, from The Thames Set (A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects), 1859, published 1871 Etching plate: 5 7/16 × 8 3/8 in. (13.81 × 21.27 cm) sheet: 7 3/8 × 9 7/8 in. (18.73 × 25.08 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.116 Thames Warehouses, from The Thames Set (A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects), 1859, published 1871 Etching and drypoint plate: 3 × 8 in. (7.62 × 20.32 cm) sheet: 4 3/16 × 9 1/2 in. (10.64 × 24.13 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.114 The Forge, from The Thames Set (A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects), 1861, published 1871 Drypoint plate: 7 5/8 × 12 1/2 in. (19.37 × 31.75 cm) sheet: 8 1/2 × 13 1/2 in. (21.59 × 34.29 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.117
The Little Pool, from The Thames Set (A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects), 1861, published 1871 Etching and drypoint plate and sheet: 3 3/4 × 4 3/4 in. (9.53 × 12.07 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.118 Old Hungerford Bridge, from The Thames Set (A Series of Sixteen Etchings of Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects), 1861, published 1871 Etching and drypoint plate: 5 1/2 × 8 3/8 in. (13.97 × 21.27 cm) sheet: 7 × 10 3/8 in. (17.78 × 26.35 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.119 Florence Leyland, ca. 1873 Drypoint plate: 8 3/8 × 5 7/16 in. (21.27 × 13.81 cm) sheet: 8 3/4 × 5 3/4 in. (22.23 × 14.61 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.120
Whistler with the White Lock, 1876/79 Etching and drypoint plate: 4 5/8 × 3 3/16 in. (11.75 × 8.1 cm) sheet: 9 × 6 3/4 in. (22.86 × 17.15 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.121 The “Adam and Eve,” Old Chelsea, 1878 Etching and drypoint plate: 6 7/8 × 11 15/16 in. (17.46 × 30.32 cm) sheet: 9 × 13 15/16 in. (22.86 × 35.4 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.122
Little Dordrecht, 1886 Etching plate: 3 3/4 × 5 1/8 in. (9.53 × 13.02 cm) sheet: 5 11/16 × 10 in. (14.45 × 25.4 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.123 Barges, Dordrecht, 1886 Etching plate: 2 9/16 × 3 7/8 in. (6.51 × 9.84 cm) sheet: 4 13/16 × 6 3/16 in. (12.22 × 15.72 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.124 Robert Barr, 1894/95 Etching plate: 4 3/8 × 3 1/2 in. (11.11 × 8.89 cm) sheet: 12 1/8 × 9 1/8 in. (30.8 × 23.18 cm) Gift of Kevin Fahey and Ray Grzebielski M2017.125
PHOTOGRAPHS Diane Arbus (American, 1923–1971)
above: Henry Hamilton Bennett, The Narrows, Wisconsin Dells, ca. 1900. Full credit on page 44.
Woman in her negligee, N.Y.C. 1966, 1966, printed 1972 Gelatin silver print image: 14 7/8 × 14 7/8 in. (37.78 × 37.78 cm) sheet: 20 × 16 in. (50.8 × 40.64 cm) Gift of Jeffrey Fraenkel and Frish Brandt M2017.130 Henry Hamilton Bennett (American, 1843–1908) [Wisconsin Dells], 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet: 5 × 8 in. (12.7 × 20.32 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans M2017.137
Below the Caldron from Dells of the St. Louis River, 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet (each): 3 15/16 × 2 15/16 in. (10 × 7.46 cm) mount: 4 1/4 × 7 in. (10.8 × 17.78 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.146 Demon’s Caldron from Dells of the St. Louis River, 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet (each): 3 15/16 × 2 15/16 in. (10 × 7.46 cm) mount: 4 1/4 × 7 in. (10.8 × 17.78 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.145 Luncheon Hall east of Stand Rock, from In and About the Dells of the Wisconsin River, 1870/1908 Albumen prints image and sheet (each): 3 1/8 × 2 7/8 in. (7.94 × 7.3 cm) mount: 3 1/2 × 7 in. (8.89 × 17.78 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.139
Over Phantom Chamber in Witches’ Gulch, from In and About the Dells of the Wisconsin River, 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet (each): 3 15/16 × 2 15/16 in. (10 × 7.46 cm) mount: 4 1/4 × 7 in. (10.8 × 17.78 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.144
River view, from Artists’ Glen, from In and About the Dells of the Wisconsin River, 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet (each): 3 1/8 × 2 7/8 in. (7.94 × 7.3 cm) mount: 3 1/2 × 7 in. (8.89 × 17.78 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.141
Pleasant Path, from In and About the Dells of the Wisconsin, 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet (each): 3 1/8 × 2 7/8 in. (7.94 × 7.3 cm) mount: 3 1/2 × 7 in. (8.89 × 17.78 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.142
Up into the Narrows from lower end of Navy Yard, from In and About the Dells of the Wisconsin River, 1870/1908 Albumen prints image and sheet (each): 3 1/8 × 2 7/8 in. (7.94 × 7.3 cm) mount: 3 1/2 × 7 in. (8.89 × 17.78 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.143
Reflection, from In and About the Dells of the Wisconsin, 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet (each): 3 1/8 × 2 7/8 in. (7.94 × 7.3 cm) mount: 3 5/16 × 6 15/16 in. (8.47 × 17.62 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.138
Up the river from Sliding rock, 1870/1908 Albumen print image and sheet (each): 3 1/8 × 2 7/8 in. (7.94 × 7.3 cm) mount: 3 5/16 × 6 15/16 in. (8.41 × 17.62 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.140
The Narrows, Wisconsin Dells, ca. 1900 Hand-tinted albumen print image and sheet: 17 × 57 1/2 in. (43.18 × 146.05 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Barbara Brown Lee’s 50 years of service to the Milwaukee Art Museum M2017.150 Sara Cwynar (Canadian, b. 1985) Tracy (Gold Circle), 2017 Dye sublimation print image and sheet: 30 × 38 in. (76.2 × 96.52 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Ralph and Cora Oberndorfer Family Trust M2017.18 Anthony Hernandez (American, b. 1947) Public Transit Areas #23, 1979 Gelatin silver print image: 12 7/8 × 18 1/2 in. (32.7 × 46.99 cm) sheet: 16 × 20 in. (40.64 × 50.8 cm) Purchase, Christine A. Symchych and James P. McNulty Acquisition Fund M2018.4
Century City #1, 1980 Gelatin silver print image: 13 5/16 × 18 7/8 in. (33.81 × 47.94 cm) sheet: 16 × 20 in. (40.64 × 50.8 cm) Purchase, Christine A. Symchych and James P. McNulty Acquisition Fund M2018.2 Public Transit Areas #16, 1980 Gelatin silver print image: 13 5/16 × 18 7/8 in. (33.81 × 47.94 cm) sheet: 16 × 20 in. (40.64 × 50.8 cm) Purchase, Christine A. Symchych and James P. McNulty Acquisition Fund M2018.5 Public Use Areas #18, 1981 Gelatin silver print image: 11 3/4 × 17 1/8 in. (29.85 × 43.5 cm) sheet: 16 × 20 in. (40.64 × 50.8 cm) Purchase, Christine A. Symchych and James P. McNulty Acquisition Fund M2018.3 Landscapes for the Homeless #29, 1989, printed 2018 Inkjet print image and sheet: 44 × 55 1/4 in. (111.76 × 140.34 cm) Purchase, Christine A. Symchych and James P. McNulty Acquisition Fund M2018.6
Pictures for Rome #17, 1999, printed 2018 Inkjet print image and sheet: 40 × 40 in. (101.6 × 101.6 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Herzfeld Foundation M2018.7 Frances Benjamin Johnston (American, 1864–1952) [Classroom scenes in Washington, DC, public schools—stretching and yawning exercise, 2d Division], 1899, printed ca. 1900 Platinum print image and sheet: 7 1/4 × 9 1/2 in. (18.42 × 24.13 cm) Purchase, Herzfeld Foundation Acquisition Fund M2017.26 [Students in the paint shop, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala.], 1902 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 6 3/8 × 9 1/2 in. (16.19 × 24.13 cm) Purchase, Herzfeld Foundation Acquisition Fund M2017.27 [Students making and upholstering barrel furniture, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala.], 1902 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 7 × 7 ¾ in. (17.78 × 19.69 cm) Purchase, Herzfeld Foundation Acquisition Fund M2017.25 ACQUISITIONS
Běla Kolářová (Czech, 1923–2010) Radiogram of a Circle, 1962 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 10 7/16 × 6 1/8 in. (26.5 × 15.5 cm) Purchase, Herzfeld Foundation Acquisition Fund M2017.29 David Levinthal (American, b. 1949) Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.165 Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.166 Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.167
Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.168
Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.172
Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.169
Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.173
Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.170
Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.174
Untitled, from Barbie, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.171
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.175
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.180
left: Frances Benjamin Johnston, [Students making and upholstering barrel furniture, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala.], 1902. Full credit on page 44.
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.181 Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.176
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.178
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.177
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.179
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.182 Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.183
Untitled, from Baseball, 1997/98 Dye diffusion transfer print image: 24 1/4 × 20 1/2 in. (61.6 × 52.07 cm) sheet: 29 1/2 × 22 1/8 in. (74.93 × 56.2 cm) Gift of an anonymous donor M2017.184 Herbert Matter (American, b. Switzerland, 1907–1984) Mercedes, 1939–40 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 12 × 11 1/4 in. (30.48 × 28.58 cm) Gift of Eric Ceputis and David Williams M2017.128 Howardena Doreen Pindell (American, b. 1943) Video Drawing: Abstract (Fish Schooling), 1976 Chromogenic print image: 6 5/8 × 9 1/2 in. (16.83 × 24.13 cm) sheet: 8 × 10 in. (20.32 × 25.4 cm) Purchase, Herzfeld Foundation Acquisition Fund M2018.27
Alessandra Sanguinetti (American, b. 1968) Black River, South of Main Street. Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 2014, printed 2018 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 32 × 52 in. (81.28 × 132.08 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Photography Council M2018.30 The Brother’s Kitchen. Hixton, Wisconsin, 2014, printed 2018 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 24 × 36 in. (60.96 × 91.44 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Photography Council M2018.31 Young Ho-Chunk Girl Arrives for Portrait Session. Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 2014, printed 2018 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 24 × 36 in. (60.96 × 91.44 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Photography Council M2018.32 Charla Schapfe in Her Robe. Melrose, Wisconsin, 2018 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 36 × 24 in. (91.44 × 60.96 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Photography Council M2018.29
The Flood Family at Sunday Service. Wrightsville Chapel, Merrillan, Wisconsin, 2018 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 24 × 36 in. (60.96 × 91.44 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Photography Council M2018.28 Paul Mpagi Sepuya (American, b. 1982) Self-Portrait Study with Two Figures (1506), 2015 Inkjet print image and sheet: 46 × 34 in. (116.84 × 86.36 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Photography Council M2017.38 Sage Sohier (American, b. 1954) Mum Applying Make-Up, Washington D.C., 1994, printed 2018 Inkjet print image: 22 × 27 1/2 in. (55.88 × 69.85 cm) sheet: 28 × 33 3/4 in. (71.12 × 85.73 cm) Purchase, Herzfeld Foundation Acquisition Fund M2018.8
Mum in Her Bathtub, Washington D.C., 2002, printed 2018 Inkjet print image: 21 1/2 × 27 1/4 in. (54.61 × 69.22 cm) sheet: 28 × 33 3/4 in. (71.12 × 85.73 cm) Gift of Sage Sohier and Foley Gallery M2018.9 Larry Sultan (American, 1946–2009) Mom in Curtain, 1991 Inkjet print image and sheet: 20 × 24 in. (50.8 × 60.96 cm) Gift of the Estate of Larry Sultan M2017.149 Charles Swedlund (American, b. 1935) Double Exposure, ca. 1955 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 7 1/2 × 7 1/2 in. (19.05 × 19.05 cm) Purchase, Herzfeld Foundation Acquisition Fund M2018.10
Jack D. Teemer Jr. (American, 1948–1992) Cleveland, ca. 1983 Chromogenic print image: 12 1/2 × 15 5/16 in. (31.75 × 38.89 cm) sheet: 16 × 20 in. (40.64 × 50.8 cm) Gift of Joseph Bellows M2017.129 Sonja Thomsen (American, b. 1978) Surface 3, 2004 Chromogenic print image and sheet: 20 × 20 in. (50.8 × 50.8 cm) Gift of Mark and Grace Thomsen M2017.45 Surface 4, 2004 Chromogenic print image and sheet: 20 × 20 in. (50.8 × 50.8 cm) Gift of Mark and Grace Thomsen M2017.46 Surface 32, 2006 Chromogenic print image and sheet: 20 × 20 in. (50.8 × 50.8 cm) Gift of Mark and Grace Thomsen M2017.47
Construct, 2013 Inkjet print image and sheet: 40 x 32 in. (101.6 × 81.28 cm) Purchase, with funds from Dan and Mel Trittin M2017.40 Tangent (Implication), 2015 Inkjet print, vinyl, and chromogenic print image and sheet: 8 × 10 in. (20.32 × 25.4 cm) Purchase, with funds from Erin and Laurie Petersen M2017.43 Tangent (Intercept), 2015 Inkjet print, vinyl, and chromogenic print image and sheet: 8 × 10 in. (20.32 × 25.4 cm) Purchase, with funds from Frederick and Amy Croen M2017.41 Tangent (One-Dimensional Space), 2015 Inkjet print, vinyl, and chromogenic print image and sheet: 8 × 10 in. (20.32 × 25.4 cm) Gift of the artist M2017.44 Tangent (Unknown), 2015 Inkjet print with vinyl image and sheet: 8 × 10 in. (20.32 × 25.4 cm) Gift of the artist M2017.42
Deborah Turbeville (American, 1932–2013)
Ecole des Beaux Arts, 1977 Chromogenic print image: 4 1/2 × 6 3/4 in. (11.43 × 17.15 cm) sheet: 15 7/8 × 19 7/8 in. (40.32 × 50.48 cm) Gift of the Deborah Turbeville Foundation M2017.49
Baker Furniture Inc. (Grand Rapids, Michigan, founded 1890)
Untitled, from Ecole des Beaux Arts, 1977 Chromogenic print image: 14 1/16 × 9 3/8 in. (35.72 × 23.81 cm) sheet: 16 × 12 1/8 in. (40.64 × 30.8 cm) Gift of the Deborah Turbeville Foundation M2017.50
Armchair, ca. 1933–34 Wood with replaced upholstery 33 1/4 × 25 × 21 in. (84.46 × 63.5 × 53.34 cm) Gift of Julia Whitcomb Evans in memory of her parents, Hale C. and Margaret M. Whitcomb M2017.151 Coffee Table, ca. 1933–34 Ebonized wood and veneered wood 14 1/8 × 37 3/4 × 17 1/8 in. (35.88 × 95.89 × 43.5 cm) Gift of Julia Whitcomb Evans in memory of her parents, Hale C. and Margaret M. Whitcomb M2017.152
Desk Chair (model 1912), ca. 1933–34 Wood with upholstery 29 × 22 1/4 × 21 in. (73.66 × 56.52 × 53.34 cm) Gift of Julia Whitcomb Evans in memory of her parents, Hale C. and Margaret M. Whitcomb M2017.154
Photo by Laurelyn Savannah Photography.
Three-Tiered Table, ca. 1933–34 Wood 19 × 28 × 17 in. (48.26 × 71.12 × 43.18 cm) Gift of Julia Whitcomb Evans in memory of her parents, Hale C. and Margaret M. Whitcomb M2017.153
Unknown [French lace], ca. 1900 Cyanotype image and sheet: 9 7/8 × 12 3/4 in. (25.08 × 32.39 cm) Gift of Lauren and Michael Lee M2017.127 Leaping the Chasm between Cliffs Sculptured by Prehistoric Streams, Dalles of the Wisconsin River, Wisconsin, ca. 1914 Gelatin silver print image and sheet: 3 1/8 × 6 in. (7.94 × 15.24 cm) Gift of George and Julia Evans in honor of Douglas James M2017.147
Kent Dickinson (American, active 1970s)
Alexander Girard (American, 1907–1993)
Alexander Girard (American, 1907–1993)
Manufactured by Odlot Game Company (United States, active 1970s)
Manufactured by American Art Textile Printing Company (American, active 20th century)
Manufactured by Hutschenreuther (Selb, Germany, founded 1814)
Metradoms: A Game of Metric Dominos, 1976 Plastic and paper 4 × 6 × 5 1/4 in. (10.16 × 15.24 × 13.34 cm) Gift of Daniel Ostroff M2017.28
Distributed by Herman Miller Furniture Company (Zeeland, Michigan, founded 1923)
Retailed by Georg Jensen Inc. (New York, New York, established 1924)
Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978) Ray Eames (American, 1912–1988) Manufactured by Tigrett Enterprises, The Playhouse Division (Jackson, Tennessee, 1930s–1961) Eames Office (Venice, California, 1941–1988) Hang-It-All Wall Rack, 1953 Enameled steel and wood 15 1/4 × 19 3/4 × 6 1/2 in. (38.74 × 50.17 × 16.51 cm) Gift of Marianne and Sheldon B. Lubar M2017.52
Small Squares, designed 1952, printed 1953 Printed cotton 108 × 48 in. (274.32 × 121.92 cm) Purchase, with funds from Nici Teweles, in memory of L. William (Bill) Teweles M2018.26 Triangles, designed 1952, printed 1961 Printed linen 133 1/4 × 52 in. (338.46 × 132.08 cm) Purchase, with funds from Nici Teweles, in memory of L. William (Bill) Teweles M2018.25 Ribbons, designed 1957, printed 1961 Printed cotton 110 × 52 in. (279.4 × 132.08 cm) Purchase, with funds from Nici Teweles, in memory of L. William (Bill) Teweles M2018.24
right: Irving Harper, George Nelson and Associates, Distributed by Herman Miller Furniture Company, Marshmellow Sofa, 1956. Full credit on this page.
Carolus Magnus Dinner Plates, ca. 1956 Glazed porcelain with applied decoration 1 1/4 in. (3.18 cm); 10 3/4 in. dia. (37.31 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust M2017.21.1–.2 Irving Harper (American, 1916–2015) George Nelson and Associates (New York, New York, 1946– 1986 [known as George Nelson & Company, Inc., mid 1950s– 1980]) Distributed by Herman Miller Furniture Company (Zeeland, Michigan, founded 1923) Marshmallow Sofa, 1956 Chrome-plated and enameled steel and fabric 32 1/2 × 53 × 33 in. (82.55 × 134.62 × 83.82 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust and Wayne and Kristine Lueders M2017.53
László Moholy-Nagy (American, b. Hungary, 1895–1946) Produced by Parker Pen Company (Janesville, Wisconsin [moved to England in 1987], established 1888)
Jaime Hayon (Spanish, b. 1974)
Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, 1870–1956)
Produced by Nason Moretti (Murano, Italy, founded 1923)
Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna, Austria, 1903–1932)
Afrikando, 2017 Glass .1 Sauda (Dark Beauty): 16 9/16 × 13 in. (42 × 33 cm) .2 Wambua (Rainy Season): 20 1/16 × 11 7/16 in. (51 × 29 cm) .3 Abayomi (Brings Joy): 20 1/2 × 15 3/4 in. (52 × 40 cm) .4 Umi (Life): 20 1/2 × 11 7/16 in. (52 × 29 cm) .5 Saidah (Fortunate): 22 13/16 × 17 5/16 in. (58 × 44 cm) .6 Chausiki (Born at Night): 14 3/16 × 18 1/2 in. (36 × 47 cm) .7 Malawa (Blossoms): 18 1/2 × 13 in. (47 × 33 cm) Purchase with funds from the Jill and Jack Pelisek Endowment Fund, the Sanford J. Ettinger Memorial Fund, and by exchange M2017.23.1–.7
Basket, ca. 1905 Silver and ivory 6 3/8 × 8 3/16 × 6 1/4 in. (16.19 × 20.8 × 15.88 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust M2017.56
Bruno Mathsson (Swedish, 1907–1988) Manufactured by Firma Karl Mathsson (Sweden, 1930–1978 [known as Mathsson International AB, 1965–1978; Bruno Mathsson International, 1993–present])
Prototype Pen Rest and Letter Holder with Parker 51 Pen, 1946 Satin-finished chrome-plated brass and magnetic ball holder 8 × 9 1/4 × 6 1/8 in. (20.3 × 23.5 × 15.6 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Lucia K. Stern Trust and the Demmer Charitable Trust M2018.19a,b Jonathan Muecke (American, b. 1983) Bench, 2011 Carbon fiber and epoxy resin 29 × 31 1/4 × 16 1/2 in. (73.66 × 79.38 × 41.91 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Stern Fund M2017.58
Work Chair (model 41), 1934 Laminated bentwood and hemp webbing 32 1/2 × 19 × 25 1/2 in. (82.55 × 48.26 × 64.77 cm) Gift of Peter W. Lee M2017.57 51
George Mann Niedecken (American, 1878–1945)
Bernard Rudofsky (Austrian, 1905–1988)
Commissioned by Theodore Kronshage (American, b. Germany, 1846–1923)
Manufactured by Schiffer Prints Division of Mil-Art Co. Inc. (New York, New York, 1948–1962)
[Light fixture from the Theodore Kronshage residence], ca. 1907 Glass, zinc came, and brass 18 × 9 1/2 × 11 in. (45.72 × 24.13 × 27.94 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust M2017.31 Francisco (Frank) Rebajes (American, b. Dominican Republic, 1907–1990) Cuff, ca. 1954 Copper 2 × 2 1/8 × 1 7/8 in. (5.08 × 5.4 × 4.76 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust M2018.1
Fractions, from the Stimulus Collection, 1949 Dyed cotton 50 × 56 in. (127 × 142.24 cm) Gift of Daniel Morris M2017.36 Società Anonima Antonio Volpe (Udine, Italy, 1883–1939) “Egg” Rocking Chair (model 267), ca. 1922 Steam-bent beech with natural patina, original caned seat and back 38 × 47 × 28 in. (96.52 × 119.38 × 71.12 cm) Gift of Historical Design Inc. M2018.11
Ali Tayar (American, b. Turkey, 1959–2016) Manufactured by International Contract Furnishings (ICF) Inc. (New York, New York, 1962–1999) Plaza Screen, 1998 Aluminum and plastic 47 panels, each: 70 × 4 × 1 in. (177.8 × 10.16 × 2.54 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust M2017.55 Harold A. Treitel (American, 1903–1983) Manufactured by Treitel-Gratz Co. Inc. (New York, founded 1929 [known as Gratz Industries from 2014]) Manufactured by Frank Gratz (American, active 20th century) Coffee Table, ca. 1934 Chrome, glass, mirror, and steel 18 × 24 in. (45.72 × 60.96 cm) Gift of Julia Whitcomb Evans in memory of her parents, Hale C. and Margaret M. Whitcomb M2017.155
right: László Moholy–Nagy, Produced by Parker Pen Company, Prototype Pen Rest and Letter Holder with Parker 51 Pen, 1946. Full credit on page 51.
Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867–1959) Manufactured by Plycraft Products (Port Washington, New York, active mid-20th century) Usonian Exhibition Dining Chair, 1953 Oak and plywood 37 × 18 × 19 in. (93.98 × 45.72 × 48.26 cm) Purchase, in memory of Evelyn Brindis Demmer with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust, Jody Brindis Goisman and Dick Goisman, Dr. Charles and Debra L. Brindis, and Wayne and Kristine Lueders M2017.51 Unknown Floor Lamp, ca. 1930 Metal approx. 54 1/4 × 12 3/4 × 12 3/4 in. (137.8 × 32.39 × 32.39 cm) Gift of Julia Whitcomb Evans in memory of her parents, Hale C. and Margaret M. Whitcomb M2017.156 Floor Lamp, ca. 1930 Metal with glass shade 15 1/4 × 14 1/2 × 10 1/4 in. (38.74 × 36.83 × 26.04 cm) Gift of Julia Whitcomb Evans in memory of her parents, Hale C. and Margaret M. Whitcomb M2017.157
Kristian Vedel (Danish, 1923–2003) Manufactured by Torben Örskov & Co. A/S (Copenhagen, founded 1953) Child’s Chair, 1957 Beech plywood with lacquered seat 15 3/4 × 17 5/8 × 12 in. (40.01 × 44.77 × 30.48 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust M2018.23
Eva Zeisel (American, b. Hungary, 1906–2011) Manufactured by Clover Box and Manufacturing Company (Bronx, New York, active mid-20th century) Cloverleaf Bowl, from the Cloverware Series, 1947 Plexiglas 2 5/8 × 12 3/4 × 10 3/4 in. (6.67 × 32.39 × 27.31 cm) Purchase, with funds from the Demmer Charitable Trust M2017.54
Education and Public Programs The Milwaukee Art Museum is a laboratory for learning and offers leading programs, from art making to panel discussions, designed to provide visitors with opportunities for deeper engagement with the Museum, the art, the world. In fiscal year 2018, the Museum extended its reach to a broader audience with the publishing of the book Look, Write, See: Activities for Teaching Writing and Looking at Art. This new resource continues the Museum’s commitment to innovative writing and art programs, such as the annual Art of Writing conference and its work with SHARP Literacy Inc. The Museum also expanded many of its education and public program offerings across all age groups, but this report highlights how it is introducing its youngest visitors to art. Thanks to Four-Four Foundation and an anonymous donor, not only did families continue to enjoy the activity-filled Family Guides for the exhibitions and the Reading with Art books, SketchPacks, and ArtPacks available in the Collection Galleries, but also the Museum was able to increase the number of programs for children to age five. Museum Moments activity cards, for example, developed with the early learning experts at Vroom, were newly added this year. Vroom designs its activities to excite young brains. The activities help infants, toddlers, and preschoolers experience art with their caregivers in the galleries, and are paired with explanations about the science behind them. Stroller Tours were also added. The monthly tours help caregivers with young children feel more comfortable at the Museum and provide thirty minutes of discovery, from testing the acoustics to looking at the art from a different vantage point. Following the Stroller Tours is Play Date with Art, which is held in Windhover
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Hall. Each Play Date has a theme that inspires the drop-in art activity and the songs of Singing Time. The play area is often activated, with, for example, “roads” for cardboard cars or objects to explore textures. The goal is to encourage developmental skills and inspire kids and grownups alike to think like artists.
left: Photo by Matt Haas Photography.
Open every day with different hands-on art projects, the Kohl’s Art Generation Studio was enhanced to include a toddler corner. And this summer, the Museum welcomed the onemillionth child to participate in programming made possible through Kohl’s Cares since the start of the grant, in 2008. Three national awards were received this fiscal year. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards awarded the Gold Key for Excellence in the Field to the Museum. Amy Kirschke, director of adult, docent, and school programs, was awarded the 2018 Western Region Museum Education Art Educator Award, an award given by the National Art Education Association and selected by one’s peers throughout the United States and abroad. And Kantara Souffrant was named the Creativity Connects Milwaukee Artist Fellow. The two-week fellowship is awarded as part of the National Endowment for the Arts Creativity Connects Grant, which provides time and space for an artist to create new work for children or about the experiences of childhood. Art museums are places to look, talk, imagine, learn, and wonder—no matter your age. Thanks to dedicated, award-winning staff and a corps of volunteer docents, the Museum was able to continue its work with school students, teachers, teens, and adult visitors, while turning a special eye to its youngest visitors in 2018.
Development The Museum’s donors are critical to the annual presentation of world-class exhibitions, offerings of leading educational programs, and care of an outstanding Collection of more than 30,000 works of art, as well as to maintaining day-today operations and the facilities. Donors continued their generous support in fiscal year 2018, contributing, too, to the growth of the Museum’s endowment. The Museum concluded 2017–18 with $59.8 million in its endowment, an amount that is small for a museum of its size and scope. Every Gift Counts Even though the Museum’s endowment continues to grow, gifts large and small are needed, as the Museum is not eligible for support from fund drives such as UPAF or United Way. Museum fundraising success reflects the community’s pride in and commitment to having an art museum in Milwaukee that serves the community and has regional, national, and international connections.
Annual Fund The Annual Fund remains the largest source of annual funding for Museum operations. More than 22,000 supporters contributed $5.3 million in 2017–18. Led by Development Committee Chair Wendy Blumenthal, a dedicated group of trustees and a committee of volunteers in partnership with Museum staff upheld the tradition of producing a successful annual campaign. Membership The Museum is grateful to have loyal Members whose active participation and generosity are fundamental to the Museum. Members are one of the major drivers of the Museum’s programming, education initiatives, and exhibitions, which offer memorable experiences for all visitors. In fiscal year 2018, membership grew to 21,670 Member households. The Museum deeply thanks its Members for their support, advocacy, and commitment.
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Comprising 35 percent of the Museum’s annual attendance, Members took advantage of their most valuable benefit: free Museum admission. They enjoyed free access to the Museum’s comprehensive schedule of lectures, tours, and educational programs and MAM After Dark, in addition to a host of exclusive Member-only events and privileges throughout the year. Members saw the three exhibitions in the Baker/ Rowland Galleries first, before they opened to the public, during the Member Preview Celebrations. Members at the Art Advocate level and above had the opportunity to tour exhibitions with the curators and socialize during eight Member Drink & Think events. These Members were also invited to sign up for several day trips throughout the year, including a trip with curator Ariel Pate to the Wisconsin Dells to visit the H. H. Bennett Museum and Studio and for an old-fashioned boat tour of the landscape that inspired Bennett’s photography, which was on view in the Museum’s exhibition Photographing Nature’s Cathedrals. All Members were invited to take part in exclusive themed Collection tours: a “spooky” tour in October and a “naughty bits” tour in February, among others. In May, during the annual Member-appreciation month, Museum Members were extended extra discounts in the Museum Store and cafés; free admission for an additional guest; and free general admission to six Milwaukee-area museums on the popular Member Swap Day. With continued support from Nordstrom, the Museum’s Family Access membership initiative saw growth in 2017–18. For $20 a year, the Family Access membership provides families utilizing WIC (Wisconsin Infants and Children), BadgerCare, FoodShare, and Medicaid all the
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benefits of the Family level membership, including free admission for two adults and children age 17 and under for one year. By the end of the fiscal year, more than 400 families were Members, bringing the number of families that had signed up since its launch in May 2016 to 631. Support Groups Membership also affords Members the opportunity to join any of the nine support groups, all of which are busy throughout the year with activities related to a specific interest area within the Museum’s Collection. More than four hundred Members are involved in support groups. African American Art Alliance (founded 1990) supports educational programs centering on African American art and artists, promotes volunteer involvement in the Museum, and is dedicated to raising funds for purchasing African American art for the Museum’s Collection. American Arts Society (founded 1993) celebrates American art, antiques, and architecture from the colonial era into the twentieth century through educational programs, trips, exhibitions, and conservation efforts. The Collectors’ Corner (founded 1948) is committed to developing educational programs that promote knowledge and important scholarship in the decorative arts. Contemporary Art Society (founded 1982) promotes the appreciation of contemporary art through the sponsorship of programs that bring renowned artists, critics, and curators to the Museum; by supporting acquisitions; and by sponsoring exhibitions of contemporary art at the Museum.
Fine Arts Society (founded 1987) is a group of European-art enthusiasts that sponsors and supports related programs, exhibitions, and acquisitions by the Museum. Friends of Art (founded 1957) is the Museum’s largest volunteer support group. Hundreds of volunteers work to present FOA events, such as Lakefront Festival of Art, that engage the community, expand the Museum’s audience, and generate funds to support exhibitions at the Museum and the acquisition of artworks for its Collection. Garden Club (founded 1921) is the largest member club of the Wisconsin Garden Club Federation. The club supports the Museum through the annual Art in Bloom event and other activities. Photography Council (founded 1988) is devoted to the Museum’s photography collection and exhibition program and allows Museum Members with an interest in the art and history of photography to enrich their knowledge of the medium through an annual program of special events.
President’s Circle The Museum’s leading supporters are its President’s Circle Members—individuals, families, and businesses that contribute $2,500 or more to the Annual Fund. Everyone, in the Museum and the community, benefits from the tremendous generosity of the President’s Circle Members. In 2017–18, nearly 300 President’s Circle Members gave $2.7 million and participated in the Museum’s programs as avidly as they supported them. Among the special receptions and events that they attended were the President’s Circle Preview Celebrations. Sponsorship Support The generous contributions and sponsorship of foundations, corporations, and individuals are vital to the Museum’s ability to maintain the caliber of its exhibitions, education programs, and public events. Sponsorship not only provides much-needed support for education and the arts within the community, but also increases the visibility and awareness of a brand, affords business-building opportunities, and offers memorable hospitality experiences for clients and employees.
Print Forum (founded 1980) unites Museum Members with an interest in prints and drawings from the Renaissance to today. It sponsors exhibitions, lectures, and seminars and provides support for the acquisition of prints, drawings, and artists’ books for the Museum’s Collection. The Museum is fortunate to have such longstanding, supportive Members. Their generosity directly affects the breadth and depth of the Museum’s programs, including acquisitions, exhibitions, lectures, and special events, keeping the Museum vibrant. For this, the Museum is deeply grateful.
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The Museum again this year received strong sponsorship support. Meijer continued its sponsorship of Free First Thursdays, opening the doors of the Museum without the admission fee, resulting in a high visitation by visitors of all ages and demographics. Thanks to ongoing funding from Kohl’s Cares, the Museum provided families engaging, hands-on programming designed just for them through the Kohl’s Art Generation program—in the Kohl’s Art Generation Studio, Lab, and Gallery, as well as at the Kohl’s Color Wheels van, a mobile creation station that visited area festivals and schools throughout the year. One look at the exhibitions presented this past fiscal year (see page 16), reveals how invaluable the support of area businesses, foundations, and philanthropists is to providing a strong artistic program and social experiences that are broad in scope. Popular events such as MAM after Dark, Yoga @ the Museum, Art in Bloom, and Lakefront Festival of Art brought thousands of engaged visitors to the Museum’s campus thanks to the commitment and support of generous sponsors.
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Legacy Society More than 140 Museum supporters have promised gifts through their estate plans. Using wills, trusts, insurance, retirement plans, or other assets, planned giving donors receive valuable tax advantages while providing support that benefits Museum visitors for generations to come. Most monies received from planned gifts build the Museum’s endowment fund, which is critical for maintaining the quality of programming that the community has come to expect from its art museum. The current endowment generated only 9 percent of the annual operating budget, trailing comparably sized US art museums. Members of the Legacy Society enjoy many program and event benefits and have the satisfaction of knowing that they are helping an institution continue to inspire all ages through art, in perpetuity. For information on the Legacy Society, request the Museum’s Planned Giving Brochure from the director of individual and planned giving at 414-224-3248.
Donors Thank you to the supporters who helped the Museum in 2017–18. As Members, annual fund donors, or sponsors of exhibitions and public and education programs, they made it possible for art to enrich hundreds of thousands of lives. The following lists recognize those supporters who provided grants, sponsorship, and restricted and unrestricted support of $400 or more during the 2018 fiscal year, ending August 31, 2018.
$100,000+ Drs. Isabel and Alfred Bader Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baumgartner BMO Harris Bank The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation The Brico Fund Demmer Charitable Trust Greater Milwaukee Foundation Caxambas Foundation Herzfeld Foundation Kohl’s Cares Sheldon and Marianne Lubar Charitable Fund Lyft Melitta S. Pick Charitable Trust Sue and Bud Selig Terra Foundation for American Art $50,000–99,999 Anonymous (2) Associated Bank Debbie and Mark Attanasio Four-Four Foundation Johnson Bank Johnson Controls Foundation Arthur and Nancy Laskin David and Madeleine Lubar Meijer Milwaukee Art Museum Friends of Art
Northwestern Mutual Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joel Quadracci Mr. David V. Uihlein Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Wiechmann Linda and Dan Wilhelms Windhover Foundation $25,000–49,999 Anonymous Brookbank Foundation Educators Credit Union Louise and Peter Friedlander Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson Mary Ann and Charles P. LaBahn Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Layden Sr. Wayne and Kristine Lueders Milwaukee Public Schools Foundation Milwaukee Art Museum Collectors’ Corner Milwaukee Art Museum Contemporary Art Society Milwaukee Jewish Federation Samuel K. and Doris Hersh Chortek Endowment Fund Anthony Petullo Foundation Rockwell Automation Smart Family Foundation of Illinois Daniel M. Soref Charitable Trust
Christine A. Symchych and James P. McNulty Mrs. Marie Tallmadge U.S. Bank Foundation Julia A. Uihlein $10,000–24,999 A. O. Smith Foundation Anonymous (5) Astor Street Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Biersach Wendy and Warren Blumenthal Joan E. Brengel Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Bryant Mr. Richard Buchband and Mrs. Betsy D. Rosenblum Murph and John Burke Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Candee Mr. and Mrs. Virgis Colbert Sue and Curt Culver Mr. and Mrs. Peter Damsgaard Elizabeth Elser Doolittle Charitable Trusts Door Peninsula Winery Suzy B. Ettinger Mr. Philip B. Flynn and Ms. Lois Golde Kristin and Alec Fraser Mr. James Friedlander Mrs. Barbara Nitchie Fuldner Mrs. William N. Godfrey* Graef Mr. Joseph P. Gromacki
William R. and Sandra G. Haack Hockerman Charitable Trust Frieda and William Hunt Memorial Trust Interstate Parking Company LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Joelson Joy Global Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Kaiser Mr. Brian Kennedy Herbert H. Kohl Charities Inc. Ruth DeYoung Kohler Mr. Alex C. Kramer and Mrs. Mary Kramer Tony and Susan Krausen Mr. Kenneth C. Krei and Dr. Melinda Scott Krei Raymond and Barbara Krueger Ladish Company Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Layden Jr. Ms. Gail A. Lione and Mr. Barry L. Grossman Ms. Joan Lubar and Dr. John Crouch The Henry Luce Foundation Inc. Lorelle K. and P. Michael Mahoney Katharine and Sandford Mallin Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Mandel John and Linda Mellowes Milwaukee Art Museum American Arts Society Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club Milwaukee Art Museum Print Forum Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design
William H. Morley and James A. Schleif Dr. and Mrs. Justin L. Mortara Mrs. James J. Murphy Joyce and Bruce Myers Joan W. Nason* Nicholas Family Foundation Mr. Andrew Nunemaker Mrs. Jill G. Pelisek Sue and Richard Pieper PNC Financial Services Group Potawatomi Hotel and Casino David C. and Sarajean Ruttenberg Arts Foundation Bob and Judy Scott Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters Mrs. Wendy L. Sleight Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Smith Mrs. Nita G. Soref Bert L. and Patricia S. Steigleder Charitable Trust Mary and Carl Strohmaier Ms. Kathy Thornton-Bias Mr. Kenneth R. Treis Kent and Marcia Velde Mrs. Alice U. Weiss Wisconsin Arts Board Wyeth Foundation for American Art Mr. Jeffery Yabuki Kathleen Saito Yuille $5,000–9,999 Anon Charitable Trust Anonymous Armbrust Family Foundation Mrs. James M. Auer Mr. John P. Baumgartner
Deborah A. Beck and Frederic Sweet Natalie B. Beck with Beer Capitol Distributing LLC Mr. Roger L. Boerner Clarence Chou Terri and Paul Danola Mr. Eric M. Eben and Mrs. Christine M. Fenske-Eben Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Einhorn James D. Ericson Fifth Generation Inc. Dr. and Mrs. James Flesch Gardner Foundation Ellen and Richard Glaisner Greater Milwaukee Foundation • Colton Charitable Fund • Judith A. Keyes Family Fund • Kopmeier Family Fund • Mary L. Nohl Fund Claire and Glen Hackmann Mrs. Elizabeth Harned and Mr. Christopher Harned Hauske Family Foundation Drs. Carla and Robert Hay Heller Foundation Inc. Thomas D. Hesselbrock and Carl Spatz Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoke Husco International George* and Angela Jacobi Richard G. Jacobus Family Foundation James and Karen Hyde Foundation Inc. Matt and Kathryn Kamm Henry S. Kepner Jr. David and Diane Knox Mary Pauly Lacy
Gerald and Ellin Levy Phoebe R. and John D. Lewis Foundation Lunder Foundation Mr. Peter L. Mahler Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Mainman Marcus Corporation Foundation Inc. Milwaukee Art Museum Photography Council Scott and Marjorie Moon Mary Mowbray and Roland Schroeder Nordstrom Mr. and Mrs. H. Nicholas Pabst Gilbert and J. Dorothy Palay Family Foundation Ltd. Puelicher Foundation Inc. Dr. Kathryn Quadracci Flores Mrs. Debra Rand Feldman Reinhart, Boerner, Van Deuren, SC Rexnord Foundation Inc. Rosemann Family Foundation Merlin and Gladys Rostad Arts Fund Sally Schuler Susan and Oyvind Solvang Mrs. Joan Stein Ms. Lindsay Stevens Sally and Steve Stevens Telly Foundation Ltd. Dr. John and Mrs. Anne Thomas Jr. Grace and Mark Thomsen Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Trunzo UWM Peck School of the Arts Ms. Mary N. Vandenberg and Mr. Keith Mardak
Ms. Marie E. Weiss Weyco Group Inc. Carol and James E. Wiensch $3,500–4,999 Anonymous (3) Jitendra and Gita Baruah Lori and Kurt Bechthold Briggs and Stratton Corporation Foundation Randy Bryant and Cecelia Gore Elaine Burke William E. Burke Mr. Scott Campbell and Ms. Teresa Lucatero Geralyn and Bill Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cecalupo CG Schmidt Inc. James M. and Mary E. Connelly J. D. and Shelly Culea Jolinda and Danny L. Cunningham DASS Fund Mrs. Virginia Dunphy and Mr. Patrick Dunphy Mr. George A. Evans Jr. and Mrs. Julia W. Evans Dr. Peter Foote and Dr. Robin S. Wilson Tim and Sue Frautschi Greater Milwaukee Foundation • Margarete and David Harvey Fund • Claire and Robert Pfleger Charitable Fund Ann and Jon Hammes John T. and Suzanne Jacobus Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Johnson Mary and Ted D. Kellner Sally and Paul McCaughey Rosemary Monroe Jane and Keith Nosbusch Mr. Lawrence W. Oliverson and Ms. Donna N. Guthrie Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Pauls PepsiCo Food Service Perlick Corporation Ms. Elaine N. Peterson Mr. Jim and Dr. Karen Petric Pieper Electric/PieperPower Candy and Bruce Pindyck and Meridian Industries Inc. Robert W. Baird & Co. Inc. $2,500–3,499 Ben and Molly Abrohams Mr. and Mrs. Lowell C. Adams Mary K. and Jeff Albrecht Anonymous (2) Badger Meter Foundation Baker Tilly Virchow Krause Kerry Bartelt and David Hulse Ms. Mary Beth Bielinski Bruce and Melissa Block Mrs. Arlene Brachman Breakthru Beverage Wisconsin Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brickman Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brindis BSI Edith and William Burns Bruce and Marsha Camitta Teresa Carpenter Kathleen R. Cavallo Cherchian Family Foundation Inc. *deceased
The Chipstone Foundation Ciderboys Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Croen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Curl Don and Sallie Davis Judith Rauenhorst Doerr Foundation Mr. Patrick Dunham and Ms. Margaret Schmid Julianna Ebert and Frank J. Daily Lois Ehlert Kathy and Bob Emery John and Mary Emory Byron and Suzy Foster Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Galling Mr. Lloyd A. Gerlach Mrs. Jane K. Gertler Godfrey and Kahn S.C. Mrs. Melvin Goldin Dr. John and Andrea Grant Ms. Sharon Gray Greater Milwaukee Foundation Randall Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. F. William Haberman Mrs. R. Goeres Hayssen Ms. Heidi Heller Kiesler Donna Hensel Jennifer F. and Robert J. Hillis William H. Honrath and Elizabeth Blackwood Samuel Hope and Elizabeth Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Hunt Mrs. Harland W. Huston Jr. Ms. Sally J. Jarrar Mr. Gregory S. Jay and Dr. Martha Jay
Susan and Lee Jennings Drs. David and Candice Johnstone William Stark Jones Foundation Judy and Gary Jorgensen Mrs. Shinji Lee Kaiser and Mr. Joshua Kaiser Charles and Lois Kalmbach David D. Keen and Judith L. Perkins Susan and Raymond Kehm Kikkoman Foods Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gale E. Klappa Mr. Glenn Kleiman and Ms. Gisela Terner Kolaga Family Charitable Trust Diane and Jeff Kortsch Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Krei Dr. Alice Kuramoto Mrs. Cynthia LaConte and Mr. Thomas LaConte Jane and Tom Lacy Layton Art Collection Inc. Alan T. Lepkowski Leslie Hindman Auctioneers Matrix Foundation Maxsan Foundation Marshall and Arlene Meier George L. N. Meyer Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Meyer MGIC Investment Corporation Joseph R. Pabst Park Bank Foundation Inc. Gene and Ruth Posner Foundation Mr. Alan Purintun and Ms. Jane Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Meara Ms. Maxine Rabinowe Jim and Judy Rauh
Barbara Recht Mr. Greg Revelle and Mrs. Natalie Revelle Linda and Blaine Rieke Robertson Ryan and Associates Sande Robinson Mr. and Mrs. James Schloemer Richard Schreiner and Alison Graf Peggy and Bob Schuemann Marie and James Seder and Family John and Kristin Sheehan Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Shovers Reva Shovers Signarama Mr. and Mrs. John M. Silseth SJ Janis Company Inc. Nancy and Tim Speaker Stackner Family Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Stacy Dr. and Mrs. James Stadler II Judith Z. Stark Gary J. Steinhafel and Jocelyn Servick Linda and Richard Stevens Stratton Foundation Inc. Summerfest Milwaukee World Festival Inc. Kathleen and Frank Thometz Michael Thometz Way and Jacquelyn Way Thompson Jr. Kathleen and Charles G. Vogel von Briesen & Roper s.c. Carolyn White-Travanti and Leon Travanti Mr. and Mrs. R. Douglas Ziegler
$1,200–2,499 Dr. Francisco Aguilar and Mrs. Elizabeth Ross Aguilar Anonymous (4) Ms. Caroline Barrow Dr. Richard P. Barthel and Mrs. Diana Barthel Clair and Mary Baum Anthony and Priscilla Beadell Patricia R. Blake Mr. John M. Bohler Lynne G. and Charles Bomzer Marilyn and John Breidster Mr. and Mrs. Bill Breslau Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Canter Mrs. Nilda Cintron-Cortez and Mr. Fernando Cortez Mr. and Mrs. David D. Clark David Coggin and Eugenia Coggin Patty and Larry Compton Mrs. Judith Croak Sue and Russ Darrow
Mrs. Kathleen Dickinson and Mr. Jeff Dickinson Ms. Donna M. Drosner and Mr. Jeff Pink Eileen and Howard Dubner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elsner Mrs. Patricia Emerson Fran Franklin Dr. Joseph and Nancy Geenen Mrs. Emmely C. Gideon Carole and Adam Glass Greater Milwaukee Foundation • Donald and Barbara Abert Fund • Del Chambers Fund • Dr. Carl W. Eberbach and Elisabeth Falk Eberbach Fund • Mary Jo and Steve Knauf Family Fund • Mary A. Mellowes Fund • Skip and Ildy Poliner Lisa Groskopf-Gleason Christopher and Suzanne Hanks
Arlene Hansen Jill S. Heavenrich Mrs. Pamela Helms Wedholm and Mr. Chris Wedholm Hentzen Coatings Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hlavac Richard Ippolito and Pamela Frautschi Mr. and Mrs. Jason Jahn Barbara Johnson Mrs. Imogene P. Johnson* Peter and Debra Johnson Raymond N. Kertz Mr. and Mrs. William C. Koenig Kohl's Department Stores Teri Kolb Krause Family Foundation Mr. Stanley Kritzik Joyce M. Kuehl Mr. and Mrs. Bill La Macchia Robert J. Lodzinski Richard and Roberta London M. E. Dey & Co. Mr. John E. Mahony and Dr. Evelyn Burdick Ms. Lois Malawsky Mr. and Mrs. David Marcus Dr. Brent Martin and Mrs. Susan H. Martin Jan and Vince Martin Debesh and Linda Mazumdar Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Metz Bob and Jan Montgomery Lawrence and Judy Moon Marleen and Dwight Morgan Kathleen W. and Geoffrey L. Mykleby National Insurance Services Gary F. Neitzel North Shore Bank
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Christopher B. and Anne L. Noyes Mrs. Laurie Ocepek Palmer Family Foundation Reverend and Mrs. Richard W. Patt Reverend Steven and Julie Peay Janice and Raymond Perry Community Fund Inc. Ms. Yvonne Petersen Ms. Karen Plunkett and Ms. Gwen Plunkett Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP David and Roberta Remstad Mr. Raymond L. Retzlaff Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Ross Dr. and Mrs. Mark Ruttum Ms. Kay Schanke
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Jay and Patty Baker Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Baumgartner Barbara and Russell E. Bowman The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation Marilyn A. Charles Richard R. Cherek Mr. and Mrs. Ben Choice Michael J. Cudahy Joanne Dyskow Helena P. Ehlke Janice and James Fleming Gloria and Steven Foster Dr. Marvin Fruth David and Maggi Gordon Dr. George Gray Herzfeld Foundation John and Catherine Irion David and Cynthia Kahler Daniel T. Keegan and JannĂŠ Abreo Daniel F. Kehrer Mrs. Robert V. Krikorian Timothy A. Ladwig Layton Art Collection Inc. Barbara Brown Lee Sally Manegold Mrs. Arthur F. Milbrath David Moynihan Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation Joan M. Pick The Reiman Family Foundation Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin Inc. Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation Muhammed Isa Sadlon Mrs. Marcia Specks Lawrence R. Stadler
Sally and Steve Stevens David V. Uihlein Mrs. Erwin C. Uihlein Lynde B. Uihlein Mrs. Rymund Wurlitzer LEGACY SOCIETY The following have arranged through wills, retirement plans, charitable remainder trusts, or other instruments to leave a portion of their estate to the Museum. Their legacies will help ensure that the Museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exhibitions and programs serve many generations to come. Anonymous (11) George R. Affeldt Jr. Charles* and Dorothy Aring James M.* and Marilyn M. Auer Adam Bauman Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Baumgartner* Priscilla and Anthony Beadell
David E.* and Natalie B. Beckwith T. Thompson Bosworth Anthony and Andrea Bryant Mrs. John D. Bryson Dr. Curtis Carter Lynn Chappy Lisa A. H. Cudahy Mary Ann Delzer Mary Terese Duffy Jim and Trudy Durand Audrienne W. Eder Bob and Kathy Emery Mary L. Fiedler Richard (Skip) Forrest Elizabeth and Frederic Friedman Ellen and Richard Glaisner Carole and Adam Glass David Glenn Jeffrey C. Glock and Jane E. Reilly Christopher Goldsmith Donald* and Carolie Goniu Thomas J. Gould
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Gail Lione and Barry Grossman Robert J. Lodzinski Helen Peter Love Jacqueline S. Macomber Dr. Robert* and Audrey Mann Sally and Paul McCaughey Rocille McConnell Tom and Mary McCormick Marilyn E. Miller* and Leone Lewensohn James* and Alice Nelson Diane M. and J. Alan Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Joyce and Nick Pabst Lygere Panagopoulos Jill and Jack* Pelisek Elaine N. Peterson Lucia and Pete Petrie Anthony J. Petullo Joseph M. Pfiffner
Ronald and Barbara Poe Gordana* and Milan Racic Randy R. Reddemann Thomas J. Reich for the Reich Family William Revolinski and Debra Lampe-Revolinski Sande Robinson Atty Robert W. and Mrs. Barbara Roth Charles and Judith Rousseau Lizbeth J. Rowe Allen and Vicki Samson James A. Schleif and William H. Morley James and Andrea Schloemer Roger W. Schneider Wendy and Douglas* Sleight
Arthur C.* and Katherine M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Smocke Mrs. Nita Soref Susie Gigi Stein Roland and Judith Strampe Terry R. Sutter Mr. and Mrs. Allen M.* Taylor Roseann* and David Tolan Carolyn White-Travanti and Leon Travanti Edward M. Turner Carla A. Uphill Judith Van Till Kent and Marcia Velde Jo and Bob Wagner Lisa K. Weisman Agnes and Ronald Wells, MD
David Wescoe Edwin P. (Ted) Wiley Dick and Susan Wilkey Dr. Elizabeth L. Wimberg Lee G. Wolcott Richard and Sue Ann Wruck Bettie Zillman Alanna Zrimsek and Morton Levin PUBLIC FUNDING SOURCES The Milwaukee Art Museum is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Museum’s teen programs are supported in part by a Milwaukee Public School’s Partnership for the Arts & Humanities grant, and the ArtXpress program is supported in part by a grant from the Milwaukee Arts Board and the Wisconsin Arts Board, with funds from the State of Wisconsin. Lastly, the exhibition Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England was supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities.
TRIBUTES We gratefully acknowledge the generous donors who contributed gifts of $100 or more as a tribute to someone special during fiscal year 2017–18.
In Memory of Josette B. Grossberg Dr. Sidney E. Grossberg In Memory of Avis M. Heller Heller Foundation Inc. Ms. Mary Elen Heller Ms. Heidi Heller Kiesler
In Memory of Jim Bartelt Mrs. Suzy B. Ettinger
In Memory of Joan Johnson Edith M. Niederer
In Memory of Joann H. Berg Mr. Robert Janetka and Ms. Ingrid Berg Mrs. Barbara S. Paulick
In Memory of Jane L. Kaiser Azimuth Capital Management Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baumgartner Mrs. Claudia Baz Mrs. Virginia Bolger Ms. Kimberly Ellingson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. Graff Mrs. Sally B. Jouris and Mr. Gary Jouris Lake Geneva Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Wayne R. Lueders Mrs. Albert O. Nicholas Mr. and Mrs. John K. Notz Jr. P & S Investment Company Inc. Linda and Blaine E. Rieke RSM McGladrey Mrs. Betty Rupple Allan and Suzanne Selig
In Memory of Evelyn Brindis Demmer Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brindis Demmer Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Goisman Mr. and Mrs. Wayne R. Lueders In Memory of Kristen L. Carter Ms. Lindsay L. Lochman and Mr. Eric E. Chatlain In Memory of Sue Dunham Mr. Patrick Dunham and Ms. Margaret Schmid In Memory of Laurence (Laurie) Eiseman Jr. Nancy and Arthur J. Laskin In Memory of Mildred (Millie) Gilmet Rosemary and Dean J. Muller
In Memory of Nancy Koss Mr. and Mrs. George C. Kaiser In Honor of Joe and Jennifer Kresl Jodi M. Gibson
In Honor of Joseph Gromacki Green Tree Garden Club *deceased
In Memory of Myron Laskin Anne and Dean Fitzgerald In Memory of Mr. Lewenauer Mrs. Rita A. Lewenauer In Honor of Madeleine Megal Mr. and Mrs. José M. Ferrer IV In Memory of Joan Wentworth Nason Miss Carol A. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. William S. Carpenter Dr. and Mrs. Mark Ruttum In Memory of Patricia L. Precourt Mrs. Nita G. Soref In Memory of Mary Jo Schauer Mr. Richard Schauer In Memory of Don Tarachow Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Greenwalt In Memory of Bill Warner Eric M. Eben and Christine M. Fenske-Eben Ms. Kitty Gaenslen Ann S. and James F. Harris Katherine and Jesse N. McCombe Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Perry Dr. and Mrs. David H. Petering Jacquelyn and Way Thompson Mr. John Warner
GIFTS IN KIND The following individuals and organizations generously provided goods and services to help the Museum in 2017–18. 88Nine Radio Milwaukee ArtSpin Christie’s Clear Channel Outdoor CompURent East Town Association Front Room Photography Harley-Davidson Museum Milwaukee Ballet Milwaukee Film MKE Lifestyle Nature Conservancy OnMilwaukee.com Quarles & Brady LLP Shepherd Express StandEatDrink Hospitality Group Urban Ecology Center Vanguard Computers Inc. WUWM
In Honor of Jane Wochos Mr. Todd Robert Williams
Docents and Volunteers DOCENT COUNCIL Peetie Basson Chair Melissa Block Past Chair Sharon Moore Secretary Continuing Education Suzie Hanks Jane Somers Docent Digest Jody Baxter Pat Brophy Jeewon Schally Greeter Team Coordinators Diane Aiello Gloria Rozmus Hospitality Louise Doornek Karen Thaker Junior Docent School Program Coordinator Grace Gnorski Travel Anne Noyes ACTIVE DOCENTS Becky Adlam George Affeldt Diane Aiello Debbie Antonio Howard Austin Rose Balistreri Barbara Bartholin Peetie Basson Nick Baumgart
Jody Baxter Sue Berce Diane Berndt Jan Blooming Bill Boles Jeannette Brasseur Cari Bravo Pat Brophy Libby Bruce Barbara Cancalosi Geralyn Cannon Sharon Canter Marti Carr Liz Chernousova Mauree Childress Sharon Clappier Wendy Crawford Gale Childs Daly Eileen Dean Cindy Deming Louise Doornek Rhonda Downey Pat Dunn Mary Lou Elson Mary Lynn Elver Gwen Evseichik Debbie Fagan Carole Faught Susie Fondrie Karen Franklin Grace Gnorski Kathleen Grady Sharon Gray Frank Green Jule Groh Larry Hammond Tsui-Ching Hammond Tim Hampshire Suzanne Hanks Holly Harnischfeger
Karen Hellman Suzanne Herszenson Roger Heuberger Debbie Huberty Yvonne Jahnke Kelly Jones Karen Jossi Shinji Kaiser Gary Kampe Diane Kane Jill Kemper Geri Kline Alice Steuck Konkel Louise Konrath John Kraft Laura Lange Peter Larson Susan Lawson Judy Leiterman Sandi Lewenauer Caryl Lobel Kenneth Loeffel Deborah Mamerow Paul Masterson Janet Matthews Sally McCaughey Laeh Bensman McHenry Kelley McInstosh Joe McPhillips Betty Menacher Marty Merkt Mary Middleton Helga Mikoteit Robert Mitchell Sharon Moore Sharon Muendel Kathleen Muldowney Beatrice Murphy Sharon Nieman-Koebert Anne Noyes
DOCENTS AND VOLUNTEERS
Katie Parent Danielle Paswaters Rhonda Pelk Judy Perkins Karen Petric Lynn Pilmaier Joan Prachthauser Sally Pratt Edith Radovich Caroline Raffel Brenda Richardson Nedret Rix Susie Roberts Rita Rochte Sandy Roller Nancy Rubly Judith Ruland Linda Sanduski Jeewon Schally Cynthia Schmadeke Susan Schoenfeld Kathy Schuchard Pamela Shovers Susan Siegert
DOCENTS AND VOLUNTEERS
Davey Singer Marcia Singer Diana Sjoberg Mary Ellen Smith Jane Somers Marely Stein Ethel Stern Judy Strampe Mary Sussman Terry Sutter Terri Sutton Cynthia Swedish Fred Syrjanen Karen Thaker Rikki Thompson Jerome Trewyn Carla Uphill Maggie Wlodarski Heidi Wurlitzer Carol Ann Zimmerman Meta Zobec-Novak
Mary Ackermann Suzanne Aiken Kathy Arenz Vicki Banghart Sylvia Barany Katherine Beeson Melissa Block Kathy Boer Martha Bolles Leanne Boris Claudette Bostrom Arlene Brachman Patty Brink Alexandra Buchholz Marsha Camitta Phyllis Casey Joanne Charlton Judy Christofferson Miriam Cleary Mary Crawford Judith Croak Lorraine Croft Mary Ann Crossot Patricia Crump Elizabeth Cuneo Barbara Damm Marie DeVillers Mary Ann Delzer Bette Drought Joan Drouin Stephanie Dudek Mary Therese Duffy Janet Dulde Virginia Dunphy Audrienne Eder Ingrid Erickson George Evans Claire Fabric Heidi Fallone
Estelle Felber Sylvia Fishman Ellen Flesch Peg Fleury Janis Frank Sue Frautschi Marilyn Giaimo Anne Gimbel Ellen Glaisner Susan Godfrey Linda Goetsch Paula Goldman Ruth Gregory Eileen Gruesser Mary Hamilton Donna Hensel Lloyd Hickson Adrienne Hirsch Rana Holbrook Mary Holden Lorraine Horst Joan Hunt
Jeanne Jacobs Liz Joehnk Barbara Jorgensen Beth Just Joan Kabins Eileen Kaczmarek Elsie Kanin Jonas Karvelis Louise Keck Raymond Kehm Audrey Keyes Carole Kintis Bobbi Krier Mary Krueger Lila Lange Barbara Larkin Janet Larscheid Joan Larscheid Elaine Larsen Joan Maas James Maki Audrey Mann
Nancy Matthisen Julie McHale Mary-Claude McNulty Mary Meyers Sylvia Miller Irene Morgan Mary Murphy Alice Nelson Jenny Nelson Joyce Ninneman Sue Oster Joyce Pabst Carol Peterson Sue Pieper Margaret Plotkin Beverly Rattner Mary Read Mary Ellen Reiland Gail Rennie Marcie Roberts Gloria Rozmus Sheila Rudberg
DOCENTS AND VOLUNTEERS
Mary Jo Schauer Brenda Schendel Janis Scherr Sally Schuler Jane Segerdahl Janet Seizyk Judy Shapiro Claudia Shea Cathy Simpson Wendy Sleight Dorothy Stadler Susan Steinman Sharon Steinmetz Carol Stephenson Patricia Strassburger Mary Alice Tamsen Carol Thieme Priscilla Tuschen Beverly Ugent Susan Vebber Anne Vogel Janet Vopal Margret Jhin Walsh Mary Alice Wasielewski Bonnie Welz Alice White Kathy Wicht Carol Wiensch Pamela Willms Barbara Wood Clarice Zucker LEAVE OF ABSENCE Kathrine Kloecker Roseann Lyons Mary Beth Mahoney Thomas Whipp Marshall Zarem
DOCENTS AND VOLUNTEERS
VOLUNTEERS Mary Ann Adams Beverly Arrowood Robin Bean Jody Beer Michael Brault Michele Braun Lois Brazner Kathleen Brehmer Sierra Brown Diane Buege Cyndi Carini Lori Couture Milja Cumbo Chuck Demler Nancy Desjardins Mary Fiedler Elaine Haberichter Clementine Haynes Sally Hensel Russ Jankowski Gregory Joers Lisa Katz Mary Kelly Marty Kerrigan Marie Kingsbury Diane Kirchen Barbara Klinger Kathrine Kloecker Lidia Klos Tessa Koller Kathy Kortas Lisa Kuznicki Leslie Latterell Joan C. Levine Ken Loeffel Rosemarie Makowski Laeh McHenry Marion Metzow Mary Middleton
Julia Miller Julie Motz Sue Nelsen Nancy Novak Peter Novak Ellen Orlowski Jan Perry Christine Plichta Barbara Pokrandt Ashley Radonski Gloria Rath Pam Renick Aggie Ressel Cecilia Richardson David Riehl Curt Rode Pat Rode Lizbeth Rowe Jessica Sanchez Jennifer Sato Jeewon Schally Tom Schneider Rosemary Schroeder Jean Schubert Emily Sebastian Cathy Sennott Virginia Simerly Leslie Smart LaToya Spong Terry Sutter Diane Tatreaux Norine Trewyn Sandra Weinstein Charlotte Wharton Carole Wirtala Meta Zobec-Novak
Staff As of August 31, 2018
DIRECTOR’S OFFICE Marcelle Polednik Donna and Donald Baumgartner Director Mark Zimmerman Deputy Director of Operations Claire Anderson Executive Assistant HUMAN RESOURCES Kathy Acevedo Director of Human Resources Mary Beth Frigo Human Resources Generalist Heidi Koester Office Administration Associate CURATORIAL Margaret Andera Interim Chief Curator and Curator of Contemporary Art
David Russick Chief Designer Catherine Sawinski Assistant Curator of European Art Ariel Pate Assistant Curator of Photography Amanda Brown Collection Manager of Works on Paper Aryn Kresol Curatorial Assistant Hannah Pivo Curatorial Assistant REGISTRAR’S OFFICE Dawn Gorman Frank Senior Registrar Jane O’Meara Associate Registrar
Liz Flaig Curatorial Department Administrator
Stephanie Hansen Associate Registrar/Database Administrator
Brandon Ruud Abert Family Curator of American Art
Lydelle Abbott Janes Associate Registrar for Exhibitions and Loans
Tanya Paul The Isabel and Alfred Bader Curator of European Art
Rebekah Morin* Rights and Reproduction Coordinator/Registrar’s Assistant
Lisa Sutcliffe Curator of Photography and Media Arts
Demetra Copoulos* Registrar’s Assistant
CONSERVATION Jim DeYoung Senior Conservator Terri White Associate Conservator Chris Niver Assistant Conservator Richard Knight Framer/Mountmaker Ryan Woolgar* Conservation Assistant Tim Ladwig* Conservation Assistant LIBRARY Heather Winter Librarian/Archivist Beret Balestrieri Kohn Audio Visual Librarian Jessica Ilias* Project Archivist/Library Assistant ART PREPARATORS Neil Gasparka Preparator Paul Mitchell Preparator Art Mohagen Preparator Kraig Przybylski Preparator
Monica Obniski The Demmer Curator of 20thand 21st-Century Design *part time
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COMMUNICATIONS Amanda Peterson Director of Marketing and Communications Josh Depenbrok Public Relations Manager Laura Simson Marketing Strategist Christina Dittrich Senior Editor DESIGN Casie Simpson Creative Director Jessica Steeber Project Manager Kris Martinez Web Designer Diana Chu Graphic Designer Alison Kleiman Graphic Designer Rachel Stinebring Graphic Designer VISITOR SERVICES Alana Andrysczyk Manager of Visitor Services Syretta Brown Visitor Services Supervisor Cindy Wilmeth Visitor Services Supervisor Elizabeth VandeBunte Visitor Services Floor Coordinator
Diane Berndt* Kayla Brings Megan Buckholt* Esteban Contreras GiGi Dow Joseph Eichstaedt John Giesa* Taylor Guza* Ryan Halloran Devon Hatton Ryan Jann Calvin Krawczyk* Regina Stieber* Stefanie Valverde* Yerka Maurtua Vukicevic Brittany Walker Visitor Services Associates
Catherine Cain* Celeste Carroll* Emily Clement* Rielly Heintz* Molly Hills* Reece Howell* Macy Lang* Madeline Straka* Jessica Tom* Store Associates
Max Perez Catering Kitchen Manager
Karen McNeely Director of Retail Operations Lisa Goljenboom Museum Store Manager Linda Garofalo Receiving Manager Jeanie Cibulka Assistant Buyer Lilia Banrevy Assistant Buyer/Store and Receiving Associate Jason Skowronski Store/Office/Technology Support Associate Mary Johnson Lead Store Associate Ella Anderson* April Bina* Bianca Borja*
Photo by Adam Ryan Morris.
CAFĂ&#x2030; CafĂŠ Back of House Staff: Zak Groh Executive Chef Jamie Nelson Sous Chef
Ryan Gill Lead Line Cook Suzanne Schlicht Outlet Lead Cook Jim Cook Special Events Lead Line Cook Ramon Lopez Avila* Zachary Balkowski* Marc Bavlnka* Quinn Beaupre* Anastasia Bouldin* Tracy Chiconas* Tony Ciurro Devlin George Ziaire Heard* Angela Jackson* Denzel Jackson-Nolden* Jack Jones* Melanie Kirby*
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David Mayfield* Stephon Owens* Marquis Pate Chris Paulos Malik Shaffer* Linette Tillmon* Susan Yang* Cooks/Dishwashers CafĂŠ Front of House Staff: Nicholas Sinthasomphone Food and Beverage Supervisor Colby Breyfogle* Christina Spahr* Assistant CafĂŠ Managers Erin Broderick* Training and Development Operations Manager Jocelyn Beckham* Lisdon Brannon* Ethan Brittingham*
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Natalie Butler* Ian Clark* Aaron Creasey* Rachel Dummer* Allison Eggers* Lana Green* Jasmine Hanson* Cheyenne Heath* Emma Hickey* Mackenzie Janisch* Yessica Jimenez* Carla Jones* Shoua Khang* Janet Konczal* Chloe Korn* Kho Lor* Rachel Luby* Shelley Maculan* Madeleine McCann* Dan McNeely* Drue Morris* Joseph Nowak*
Andrea Orozco* Drew Peters* Maria Peterson* Allyson Ryan* Ciara Schwindt* Sarah Smith* Christina Theobald* Carmen Varela* Robert Vela* Malkin Wallace* Joseph Westerfield* Nancy Yang* Servers/Bartenders/Baristas Events: Michelle McCue Director of Food Service and Events Katie Shorts Wedding Coordinator Kari Miller Sales and Event Coordinator
Liz Shipe Internal Events Coordinator Ngoc Le* Café/Events Office Administrator Events Set Up: Riley Engstrom Set-Up Supervisor Jeff Burke* Willie Jackson* Chase Schaefer* Alex Weiland* Set-Up Technicians EDUCATION AND PROGRAMS
Katie Chandler Youth and Family Programs Coordinator Ali Rice Kohl’s Art Generation Community Relations Coordinator
Alissa Karl Chief Financial Officer
Alysha Rendflesh Education and Programs Administrative Assistant
Alyson Mecham Controller
Liala Amin Kohl’s Color Wheels Team Coordinator Jen Arpin* Melissa Mursch* Janelle VanderKelen* Kohl’s Color Wheels Educators
Amy Kirschke Director of Adult, Docent, and School Programs
Jessica Baumann* Amber DuChateau* Olivia Griepentrog* Melissa Mursch* Passion Terrell* Ted Zindars* Kohl’s Color Wheels Art Teachers
Annie Kassens Adult, Docent, and School Programs Administrator Brett Henzig Youth and Family Programs Educator Shannon Molter Associate Educator of Teen Programs Sarah Ozurumba Associate Educator for School and Teacher Programs
Marcie Hoffman Docent Tour Coordinator
Brigid Globensky Barbara Brown Lee Senior Director of Education and Programs
Emily Sullivan Director of Youth and Family Programs
Susan Brandstetter* Jenny Grebe* Mary Fran Murray* Dawn Omernik Nimmer* Paula Washow* Family Program Teachers
Yesenia Corona* Sommer Ferguson* Jessica Janzer* Jeanne Kollmeyer* Nicole Naudi* Martin Solis* Madeline Vogt* Michelle Zealy* Youth and Family Program Assistants
Chris Gaskey Accounting Manager Jinnene Ross Payroll and General Ledger Associate Kristin Rogers Accounts Receivable Assistant Rosie Ma Accounting Assistant FACILITIES Dan Somers Director of Campus Facilities and Grounds Erwin van Dyck Facilities Manager Doug Greenmeier Facilities Engineer Museum Center Park Geoff Mumau HVAC Technician Carlos Leon-Roman Jordan Wallenfang Facilities Assistants
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Dick Andresen Assistant Facility Engineer Museum Center Park SECURITY Brad Novak Director of Campus Safety and Security John Rittberg Manager, Campus Safety and Security Michael Gabrys Ryan Heidenreiter George Rebicek Frank Riedijk Lead Officers James Sudberry Lead Security Station Operator Jesse Sayotovich Communications Center Operator Heidi Begovatz Gary Bolhar Jim Byrne Farouk Dadzie Tony Doernbach Adam Dudenhoefer Ron Grennier Veronica Guzman Mike Holland Warren Iles Stephanie Johnson Diane Kendall Eric Pichardo Evan Reid Alberto Rios Dan Rutherford
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Jesse Sayotovich Josh Schanen Temperance Townsend Moua Yang Matt Zaharias Security Officers
Kristi Allen* Greg Boex* Anastassia Christensen* Jon Czerwinski* Joel Dhein* Taylor Gauthier* Jeff Jiracek* Katie Nowak* Abby Pranghofer* Jim Rakers* Mike Rakers* Mary Richards* Abel Shoup* Special Event Security
Sara Tomilin Director of Individual and Planned Giving
Luke Nevius Liam Schroeder Nick Valentino Seasonal Security Officer
Mary Albrecht Senior Director of Development Therese Palazzari Director of Institutional Gifts
DeDe Chaoui Director of Development Information Systems Kim Theno Institutional Gifts Manager Rachel Bellmer Membership Manager Elisabeth Gasparka Membership Specialist Terry Pachuca Development Assistant SPECIAL EVENTS â&#x20AC;&#x201D; FUNDRAISING
Krista Renfrew Director of Special Events
Praveen Krishnamurti Director of Digital Strategies
Courtney Kihslinger Special Events Manager
Dustin Dupree Systems Administrator
Molly Mattefs Special Events Manager
Bob Burton Support Technician Ted Williams-Brusubardis Director of Gallery Media and AV Systems Nate Burks* Pedro Gutierrez* Audio Visual Technicians
Financial Report Financially, the Milwaukee Art Museum and its subsidiary concluded fiscal year 2018 with a balanced budget and a strong balance sheet. Museum Center Park (MCP), the subsidiary, was formed during fiscal year 2018 to support the operations, maintenance, and repair of Museum structures. The Museum and MCP have construction lines of credit related to the reinstallation project and parking renovations with a combined balance of $1.8 million at the end of fiscal year 2018. Net assets are approximately $158 million as of year-end. The following are among the highlights of the 2018 operating year: •
The Museum Store, the three cafés, and facility rentals continued to grow; all contributed a gross profit of almost $3.4 million, exceeding the prior year.
Admissions revenue continued to climb, and with the addition of MCP, the parking income increased from the prior year.
Goals for the annual campaign and membership were met, and the level of giving supported 48% of the Museum’s 2018 fiscal budget.
The total market value of investments was $53.1 million at the end of fiscal year 2018, compared to $50.5 million as of 2017. An uptick in fund contributions and gains in the investment portfolio account for the increase.
As the Museum plans for its future, successfully accomplishing its goals will depend on continuing to expand the visitor experience, grow its member and donor base, and build a larger endowment. The Museum has identified several planned gifts that will help build the endowment in the years ahead.
Photo by Laurelyn Savannah Photography.
Financial Statements Investments Milwaukee Art Museum Condensed Statement of Financial Position As of August 31, 2018 Total Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Investments and funds held in trust
Accounts receivable, net
Pledges receivable, net
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
Construction line of credit
43% Earned Revenue
Operating fund only
Contributed revenue Unrestricted
Restricted for programs
Total contributed revenue
Endowment draw for operations
Change in unrestricted net assets from operations
Total Operating Expenses Education
9% Endowment Draw for Operations
Condensed Statement of Operations
Total Operating Revenue
Payables and other
Total net assets
Inventories and other assets
Property and equipment, net
3% Board Designated
Operating Expenses 10% Business Operations
Audience and communication
Presentation and curatorial
General and administrative
Development and volunteer services
14% General and Administrative 15% Development and Volunteer Services
48% Contributed Revenue
21% Building Services 19% Presentation and Curatorial 16% Audience and Communication
The condensed statement of financial position and the condensed statement of operations are derived from the Milwaukee Art Museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s financial statements as of August 31, 2018, which have been audited by Wipfli LLP, independent auditors, whose report expressed an unqualified opinion on those financial statements. A complete copy is available upon request or can be found on the Museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website: mam.org.
Museum Center Park “With this strategic acquisition, we are able to ensure that our campus is maintained, accessible to the public, and remains directly connected to downtown. We also open up possibilities for the future, envisioning how we can facilitate more activities, programs, and opportunities for inspiring community engagement.” — Marcelle Polednik, PhD, Donna and Donald Baumgartner Director, Milwaukee Art Museum
As of December 19, 2017, the Museum expanded its campus, assuming full ownership from Milwaukee County of the O’Donnell parking facility, located west of the Museum on Lincoln Memorial Drive. The Museum has since made extensive progress in upgrading operations and addressing capital maintenance. The property’s facilities manager and assistant manager work on-site, along with representatives from Interstate parking. Security features and a state-of-theart parking system were added and electrical, plumbing, and other infrastructure upgrades were made to support the rebranding of the O’Donnell facility to Museum Center Park (MCP), planned for the summer of 2019. The net proceeds from parking support a capital reserve fund dedicated to the repair and maintenance of the MCP facility, as well as the three buildings that make up the Milwaukee Art Museum proper. The portion of the Saarinen building that the Museum occupies and the Kahler building are part of a condominium relationship with the War Memorial Center and Milwaukee County. The County retains ownership of the land.
A rundown of the details: •
Following the cleaning and minor repairs completed during the early months of ownership, several projects were completed over the past twelve months: the main chiller was replaced; a building automation control system was installed; the fire alarm and security systems were upgraded and interfaced with the Museum’s security operations; interior and exterior lighting was repaired; the exterior light posts, balcony, and perimeter fencing were repainted; and spalled concrete was replaced. The project to upgrade and modernize the facility’s elevators will begin in November 2018. And a new signage and wayfinding system developed by the Museum’s design team is scheduled for installation in spring 2019.
The Milwaukee Art Museum is the leaseholder for Coast (Zilli Hospitality Group) and Betty Brinn Children’s Museum.
Under the terms of the agreement, the War Memorial has ownership of the sections of the Saarinen building that it occupies.
The Milwaukee Art Museum currently receives $1.1 million in funding annually from the County through 2023, expected to lower to $500,000 per year through 2033.
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