photography

Arts & Culture
1:45 pm
Thu October 16, 2014

One Frame To Tell A Story: Photographs Of People And Poverty

The Wobbly Toddler
Chip Duncan

Milwaukeean Chip Duncan is known here and around the country for his documentary filmmaking.

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Arts & Culture
1:49 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Say Cheese!: Wisconsin is a Subject for Photography Project, 'Postcards from America'

Dana Packaging Sausages, Johnsonville, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin 2013
Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos

For the past year and a half, a group of photographers from the photographic cooperative Magnum Photos has fanned out across America.  The project, Postcards from America, aims to capture the essence of specific places across the country from multiple points of view.

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Arts & Culture
4:17 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

Former Fashion Photographer Aims to Create 'New Standard of Beauty' Beyond Physical Differences

Photographer Rick Guidotti hopes his Positive Exposure organization will show the beauty in us all, beyond genetic differences and disorders. (From Albinism 2012)
Rick Guidotti

Photographer Rick Guidotti has spent his career capturing beauty on film.

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Arts & Culture
4:03 pm
Thu March 6, 2014

"Dirt is My Favorite Color": The Photography of Paul Calhoun

Paul Calhoun was inspired by the shirt worn by the boy on the left.
Credit Paul Calhoun

Photographer Paul Calhoun has traveled the world with his camera.

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Arts & Culture
11:26 am
Fri February 14, 2014

Ulrich Photographs American Consumerism

Cleveland, OH, 2004. Brian Ulrich (American, b. 1971). Chromogenic process color print; 101.6 x 127 in. Gift of Katherine Solender and William E. Katzin, The Cleveland Museum of Art 2007.170
Brian Ulrich

Marquette University’s Haggerty Museum of Art is host to a major exhibit of photography that makes us look at and question what it means to be a consumer.

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Arts & Culture
6:57 pm
Tue February 4, 2014

PHOTOS: Photography Collective Captures Wisconsin's Extremes

A group of photographers are using their collective images to capture the essence of Wisconsin and other places in America. Here pictured is Salem, Wis.
Alessandra Sanguinetti, Postcards from America, tumblr

Photography is usually thought of a solitary pursuit, but when you're trying to capture the essence of a state like Wisconsin, you might need some back-up.

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Arts & Culture
4:53 pm
Wed October 23, 2013

Clothed, Nude Photos Uncloak Nature of 'Identity' in Exhibit

William Zuback's photograph "Jane Doe No. 13 (Clothed)" appears in his new exhibit, "Identity."
Credit William Zuback/Digital photograph

We’ve all heard the cliché – don’t judge a book by its cover. 

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Regional
12:31 pm
Sat September 14, 2013

Looking Up at Milwaukee's Architecture

Schlitz Brewery, located along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Pleasant Avenue.
Eleanor Peterson, Lake Effect

While Milwaukeeans are rushing through the streets with their heads in their phones, there is a beautiful city of Germanic architecture standing by.

Not being from Milwaukee, one of the first things I noticed about this beautiful city was the character these buildings have. Whether the buildings are downtown or a little farther out, this 21st Century city has some strong 19th Century roots that can be told through their architecture.

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Arts & Culture
9:42 am
Mon May 27, 2013

Veterans' Voices No Longer Silent "After the Wars"

Korean War veteran Bill Stenberg is featured in "After the Wars."
Credit Paul Calhoun

Some veterans feel like they can't discuss their combat experiences, but a new art exhibit gives them voice.

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