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  • ​Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name, on view at the Chazen Museum of Art from October 13, 2017 through January 7, 2019. Drawn from Madison and Midwestern collections, this exhibition highlights the artistic vision...


  • Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda’s drawings are remarkable for their extreme detail, and more so for the fact that he uses only a small acrylic pen in their execution. His simultaneous grasp of the micro and macro scales, a masterful...


  • Francesco de Mura (16911782), a leader of the Neapolitan school, was the most sought-after painter of his day. His robust yet elegant compositions placed him among lauded Baroque masters, while his lighter palette heralded the Rococo...


  • Published as a collaboration between the Chazen Museum of Art and the Japan Society of New York, this catalogue features the work of Hisashi Tenmyouya, Manabu Ikeda, and the Japanese art collective Teamlab. Both institutions presented...


  • Spring Green, Wisconsin, native Richard Haas first made his name in the 1970s in New York. His murals covered blank urban walls with appealing trompe l’oeil painting that created the illusion of three-dimensional architecture....


  • Works of painting, printmaking, graphic design, sculpture, ceramics, metalsmithing, glass, furniture making, papermaking, photography, digital media, video, and performance will fill the temporary galleries of the Chazen Museum of Art...


  • Published on the ocassion of the exhibition, I Knew Him, Jim Dine Skulls 1982-2000, this catalogue explores the gift of 67 works of art from the artist to the Chazen Museum of Art. 


  • Xu Bing, Background Story: A New Approach to Landscape Painting highlights the recent exhibition of the same name at the Chazen Museum of Art.  "Background Story: A New Approach to Landscape Painting once again exemplifies...


  • The  seminal work from the photographer and artist Roger Ballen, re-released in an expanded edition with more than 30 never before seen images. Hardcover, autographed copy.


  • The follow-up to critically acclaimed Outland, Boarding House captures an imaginary space of transient residence, of comings and goings, focusing on the evocative drawings and sculptural objects as well as the people and animals found...


  • European Medals in the Chazen Museum of Art Highlights from the Vernon Hall Collection and Later Acquisitions Introductory Essay by Stephen K. Scher Contributors: Philip Attwood, Arne R. Flaten, Mark Jones, Douglas Lewis, Eleonora...


  • When he first arrived in New York City, Michael Lucero was without a kiln. During this interlude he improvised with the materials at his disposal. The results were remarkable. This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition...


  • A beautifully designed book and a useful scholarly resource, this exhibition catalogue features all the artworks in the September 5–November 30, 2014 show. Includes an essay by renowned contemporary ceramics expert Garth Clark and...


  • Karen LaMonte's Floating World  Catalogue


  • ISBN 978-1-933270-16-6 136 pages color illustrations This book is published on the occasion of Tandem Press: Twenty-five Years at the Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison, December 8, 2012-February 3, 2013....


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