The Warehouse Art Museum and Research Center Extends CHINA: Then & Now – Jan Serr through January 28th
Milwaukee, WI (November 23, 2021) – The Warehouse Art Museum and Research Center is extending their immersive exhibition CHINA: Then & Now – Jan Serr through January 28th, 2022!
As part of that extension, The Warehouse has announced additional programming events:
11/24 (Wed) | 12pm – Noon-hour Curator’s Tour w/ Jan Serr
12/2 (Thu) | 4pm – Talk by Dr. Curtis Carter of The Haggerty Museum
12/8 (Wed) | 12pm – Noon-hour Curator’s Tour w/ Jan Serr
12/16 (Thu) | 4pm – T’ai Chi in the Museum
12/22 (Wed) | 12pm – Noon-hour Curator’s Tour w/ Jan Serr
1/5 (Wed) | 12pm – Noon-hour Curator’s Tour w/ Jan Serr
1/6 (Thu) | 4pm – T’ai Chi in the Museum
1/13 (Thu) | 4pm – T’ai Chi in the Museum
1/19 (Wed) | 12pm – Noon-hour Curator’s Tour w/ Jan Serr
1/21 (Fri) | 5pm – Gallery Night
1/22 (Sat) | 11am – Gallery Day
Admission and Programming are always FREE!
Featuring sixty-five photographs exhibited for the first time, the immersive exhibition depicts the “Old Town” Hutong neighborhood streets, the restful Scholar’s Garden, and the ultra-contemporary world of Maglev bullet trains traveling 375 miles per hour. Mirroring the artist’s efforts to explore the passing of time, large-scale installations, including a full-size Moon Gate, scholar stones and water feature, grant visitors the time and space to contemplate the vast, the personal, and their place in the world.
In addition to Serr’s photographs, the exhibition includes Serr’s painting of the Tiananmen Square massacre, as well as an original video illustrated by her. Other works includes a large figurative ceramic by Pamela Leung, hand-colored brass rubbings, and other Chinese objects.
Co-curators, Kate Hawley and Jan Serr.
The dates of the exhibition are:
Now – January 28, 2021
Open M-F from 10-4. Free parking the lot located on the east side of the 1635 Building.
About The Warehouse:
The Warehouse is an art museum and research center located at 1635 W. St. Paul Ave, Milwaukee. Exhibitions, performances, and lectures are based on The Warehouse’s permanent collection of over 3,600 modern and contemporary works on paper, paintings, photography and sculpture. The collection is available for scholars, students and art enthusiasts, and works are available for institutional loans. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit thewarehousemke.org or call 414-252-0677.
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