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Gallery Exhibition Schedule

August 2022

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  • Galleries CLOSED
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  • Galleries CLOSED
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • Galleries CLOSED (due to building renovations)
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  • Galleries CLOSED (due to building renovations)
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  • Galleries CLOSED
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
23
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
25
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
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  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
30
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
31
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS
  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY
Tue, Aug 16
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS

    Tue, Aug 16  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD

    This exhibition brings together recent landscape paintings of a specific connected line of contemporary
    South Korean brush painters, visually illustrating the transmission of ideas and methods of the ancient,
    East Asian tradition of ink painting through the lifelong master/pupil model.

    At the head of this selected lineage is the work of Bang, Ui-Geol, an internationally recognized
    contemporary painter. Known by his artist name, Mokjung, he himself inherited the tradition of
    landscape ink painting from a long line of artists. He is represented in this exhibition by a large-scale,
    multi-paneled vast landscape painting. Lim, Sub Soo, known by her artist name Mokwon, studied under
    Mokjung and is well-represented in this exhibition with numerous landscape paintings. Some of her
    paintings were created specifically for this show and reflect her interpretation of the midwestern
    landscape; her new home since moving to Milwaukee from South Korea several years ago. Mokwon has
    also become an internationally recognized master painter and teacher.

    The exhibition concludes with work created by a select group of Mokwon’s students in South
    Korea, Chicago, and Milwaukee, many of whom have also become celebrated professional painters and teachers in
    their own right. Each artist continuing and interpreting the ancient traditions in unique, contemporary
    works.

    Exhibiting these paintings at MIAD, a Western learning and teaching institution, gives the viewer
    an opportunity to contemplate other systems of learning and a rare opportunity to view work by Korean
    master painter

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY

    Tue, Aug 16  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery, MIAD

    Thresholds is a two-person exhibition that addresses memory, identity, labor,
    and death. Elizabeth M. Claffey and Tomiko Jones aim to hold public space
    for experiences and emotions that are often expected to remain private. Both
    artists emphasize their own labor and ritual as an activism that shapes identity
    and strengthens their bond to place and family.

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

Wed, Aug 17
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS

    Wed, Aug 17  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD

    This exhibition brings together recent landscape paintings of a specific connected line of contemporary
    South Korean brush painters, visually illustrating the transmission of ideas and methods of the ancient,
    East Asian tradition of ink painting through the lifelong master/pupil model.

    At the head of this selected lineage is the work of Bang, Ui-Geol, an internationally recognized
    contemporary painter. Known by his artist name, Mokjung, he himself inherited the tradition of
    landscape ink painting from a long line of artists. He is represented in this exhibition by a large-scale,
    multi-paneled vast landscape painting. Lim, Sub Soo, known by her artist name Mokwon, studied under
    Mokjung and is well-represented in this exhibition with numerous landscape paintings. Some of her
    paintings were created specifically for this show and reflect her interpretation of the midwestern
    landscape; her new home since moving to Milwaukee from South Korea several years ago. Mokwon has
    also become an internationally recognized master painter and teacher.

    The exhibition concludes with work created by a select group of Mokwon’s students in South
    Korea, Chicago, and Milwaukee, many of whom have also become celebrated professional painters and teachers in
    their own right. Each artist continuing and interpreting the ancient traditions in unique, contemporary
    works.

    Exhibiting these paintings at MIAD, a Western learning and teaching institution, gives the viewer
    an opportunity to contemplate other systems of learning and a rare opportunity to view work by Korean
    master painter

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY

    Wed, Aug 17  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery, MIAD

    Thresholds is a two-person exhibition that addresses memory, identity, labor,
    and death. Elizabeth M. Claffey and Tomiko Jones aim to hold public space
    for experiences and emotions that are often expected to remain private. Both
    artists emphasize their own labor and ritual as an activism that shapes identity
    and strengthens their bond to place and family.

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

Thu, Aug 18
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS

    Thu, Aug 18  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD

    This exhibition brings together recent landscape paintings of a specific connected line of contemporary
    South Korean brush painters, visually illustrating the transmission of ideas and methods of the ancient,
    East Asian tradition of ink painting through the lifelong master/pupil model.

    At the head of this selected lineage is the work of Bang, Ui-Geol, an internationally recognized
    contemporary painter. Known by his artist name, Mokjung, he himself inherited the tradition of
    landscape ink painting from a long line of artists. He is represented in this exhibition by a large-scale,
    multi-paneled vast landscape painting. Lim, Sub Soo, known by her artist name Mokwon, studied under
    Mokjung and is well-represented in this exhibition with numerous landscape paintings. Some of her
    paintings were created specifically for this show and reflect her interpretation of the midwestern
    landscape; her new home since moving to Milwaukee from South Korea several years ago. Mokwon has
    also become an internationally recognized master painter and teacher.

    The exhibition concludes with work created by a select group of Mokwon’s students in South
    Korea, Chicago, and Milwaukee, many of whom have also become celebrated professional painters and teachers in
    their own right. Each artist continuing and interpreting the ancient traditions in unique, contemporary
    works.

    Exhibiting these paintings at MIAD, a Western learning and teaching institution, gives the viewer
    an opportunity to contemplate other systems of learning and a rare opportunity to view work by Korean
    master painter

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY

    Thu, Aug 18  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery, MIAD

    Thresholds is a two-person exhibition that addresses memory, identity, labor,
    and death. Elizabeth M. Claffey and Tomiko Jones aim to hold public space
    for experiences and emotions that are often expected to remain private. Both
    artists emphasize their own labor and ritual as an activism that shapes identity
    and strengthens their bond to place and family.

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

Fri, Aug 19
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS

    Fri, Aug 19  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD

    This exhibition brings together recent landscape paintings of a specific connected line of contemporary
    South Korean brush painters, visually illustrating the transmission of ideas and methods of the ancient,
    East Asian tradition of ink painting through the lifelong master/pupil model.

    At the head of this selected lineage is the work of Bang, Ui-Geol, an internationally recognized
    contemporary painter. Known by his artist name, Mokjung, he himself inherited the tradition of
    landscape ink painting from a long line of artists. He is represented in this exhibition by a large-scale,
    multi-paneled vast landscape painting. Lim, Sub Soo, known by her artist name Mokwon, studied under
    Mokjung and is well-represented in this exhibition with numerous landscape paintings. Some of her
    paintings were created specifically for this show and reflect her interpretation of the midwestern
    landscape; her new home since moving to Milwaukee from South Korea several years ago. Mokwon has
    also become an internationally recognized master painter and teacher.

    The exhibition concludes with work created by a select group of Mokwon’s students in South
    Korea, Chicago, and Milwaukee, many of whom have also become celebrated professional painters and teachers in
    their own right. Each artist continuing and interpreting the ancient traditions in unique, contemporary
    works.

    Exhibiting these paintings at MIAD, a Western learning and teaching institution, gives the viewer
    an opportunity to contemplate other systems of learning and a rare opportunity to view work by Korean
    master painter

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY

    Fri, Aug 19  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery, MIAD

    Thresholds is a two-person exhibition that addresses memory, identity, labor,
    and death. Elizabeth M. Claffey and Tomiko Jones aim to hold public space
    for experiences and emotions that are often expected to remain private. Both
    artists emphasize their own labor and ritual as an activism that shapes identity
    and strengthens their bond to place and family.

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

Sat, Aug 20
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS

    Sat, Aug 20  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD

    This exhibition brings together recent landscape paintings of a specific connected line of contemporary
    South Korean brush painters, visually illustrating the transmission of ideas and methods of the ancient,
    East Asian tradition of ink painting through the lifelong master/pupil model.

    At the head of this selected lineage is the work of Bang, Ui-Geol, an internationally recognized
    contemporary painter. Known by his artist name, Mokjung, he himself inherited the tradition of
    landscape ink painting from a long line of artists. He is represented in this exhibition by a large-scale,
    multi-paneled vast landscape painting. Lim, Sub Soo, known by her artist name Mokwon, studied under
    Mokjung and is well-represented in this exhibition with numerous landscape paintings. Some of her
    paintings were created specifically for this show and reflect her interpretation of the midwestern
    landscape; her new home since moving to Milwaukee from South Korea several years ago. Mokwon has
    also become an internationally recognized master painter and teacher.

    The exhibition concludes with work created by a select group of Mokwon’s students in South
    Korea, Chicago, and Milwaukee, many of whom have also become celebrated professional painters and teachers in
    their own right. Each artist continuing and interpreting the ancient traditions in unique, contemporary
    works.

    Exhibiting these paintings at MIAD, a Western learning and teaching institution, gives the viewer
    an opportunity to contemplate other systems of learning and a rare opportunity to view work by Korean
    master painter

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY

    Sat, Aug 20  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery, MIAD

    Thresholds is a two-person exhibition that addresses memory, identity, labor,
    and death. Elizabeth M. Claffey and Tomiko Jones aim to hold public space
    for experiences and emotions that are often expected to remain private. Both
    artists emphasize their own labor and ritual as an activism that shapes identity
    and strengthens their bond to place and family.

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

Mon, Aug 22
  • THE UNBROKEN LINE: KOREAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING THROUGH THE TEACHING LINEAGE OF CONTEMPORARY MASTERS

    Mon, Aug 22  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD

    This exhibition brings together recent landscape paintings of a specific connected line of contemporary
    South Korean brush painters, visually illustrating the transmission of ideas and methods of the ancient,
    East Asian tradition of ink painting through the lifelong master/pupil model.

    At the head of this selected lineage is the work of Bang, Ui-Geol, an internationally recognized
    contemporary painter. Known by his artist name, Mokjung, he himself inherited the tradition of
    landscape ink painting from a long line of artists. He is represented in this exhibition by a large-scale,
    multi-paneled vast landscape painting. Lim, Sub Soo, known by her artist name Mokwon, studied under
    Mokjung and is well-represented in this exhibition with numerous landscape paintings. Some of her
    paintings were created specifically for this show and reflect her interpretation of the midwestern
    landscape; her new home since moving to Milwaukee from South Korea several years ago. Mokwon has
    also become an internationally recognized master painter and teacher.

    The exhibition concludes with work created by a select group of Mokwon’s students in South
    Korea, Chicago, and Milwaukee, many of whom have also become celebrated professional painters and teachers in
    their own right. Each artist continuing and interpreting the ancient traditions in unique, contemporary
    works.

    Exhibiting these paintings at MIAD, a Western learning and teaching institution, gives the viewer
    an opportunity to contemplate other systems of learning and a rare opportunity to view work by Korean
    master painter

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here

  • THRESHOLDS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY-BASED WORK OF TOMIKO JONES AND ELIZABETH CLAFFEY

    Mon, Aug 22  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery, MIAD

    Thresholds is a two-person exhibition that addresses memory, identity, labor,
    and death. Elizabeth M. Claffey and Tomiko Jones aim to hold public space
    for experiences and emotions that are often expected to remain private. Both
    artists emphasize their own labor and ritual as an activism that shapes identity
    and strengthens their bond to place and family.

    For additional information regarding our current and upcoming shows, please click here