Mirror, Mirror: The Prints of Alison Saar, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
Jun 5–Aug 8, 2021
Alison Saar is known not only for her powerful sculptures; she is also a master of the art of printmaking. In both forms, she employs […]
Apr 7–May 14, 2021
Untethered: Our Journey Beyond Borders, is the Russell and Paula Panczenko MFA Prize exhibition by 2021 MFA candidate Roberto Torres Mata.
Feb 23–Sep 12, 2021
American artist Suzanne Caporael takes the natural world as an inspiration for her paintings and related prints.
Oct 13, 2020–Mar 12, 2021
The Russell and Paula Panczenko MFA Prize is offered by the museum in collaboration with the UW–Madison Art Department; the winner is selected by an […]
Sep 29–Dec 30, 2020
Please note that dates are subject to change during the pandemic. A defining achievement in video installation, The Raft exemplifies Bill Viola’s powerfully affecting work. […]
Jul 14, 2020–Aug 31, 2021
Museums add artwork to their collection in various ways, but primarily through purchases made by the institution and gifts from private individuals. This exhibition features […]
Feb 1–Sep 10, 2020
Exhibition Overview Speaking of Book Arts: Oral Histories from UW-Madison is a first-time collaboration between the Chazen, Kohler Art Library, and UW Archives presenting fifty years […]
Feb 1–Jul 31, 2020
Every four years, the Chazen showcases art by university faculty. A tradition since the museum opened, the show has usually included only faculty and emeriti from the art department.
Oct 5, 2019–Jan 5, 2020
Fabrice Monteiro is a photographer and visual artist who lives and works in Dakar Senegal. In 2013, he began a project in Senegal called The Prophecy to raise awareness in the local population of the serious environmental scourges that the country suffers as well as the consequences of excessive consumption.
Sep 13, 2019–Jan 5, 2020
Plastic Entanglements: Ecology, Aesthetics, Materials features contemporary artwork investigating the complex cultural and material nexus that is “Plastic.”