Open View

Open View is an abbreviated arts guide for Milwaukee, WI.

Open View: A Portrait in Landscape Mode (Digital Version)

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Open View: A Portrait in Landscape Mode (Digital Version)

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For those who missed out on the now sold-out numbered, risograph-print version, Open View's first book "A Portrait in Landscape Mode" is a 112 pg labor of love covering Milwaukee’s art scene from September 2015 to August 2016 and includes:

  • An essay entitled "New Milwaukeeists, Part 1" by Nicholas Frank
  • An interview with the editors by Lisa Sutcliffe
  • An archive of past interviews and two new ones with Neil Gasparka and Tia Richardson
  • A directory of featured galleries, institutions, and project spaces in Milwaukee
  • Statistics gathered on coverage over the course of publication
  • Future forecasts for Milwaukee’s art scene from people in the community including Frank Juarez, John Riepenhoff, and Della Wells, among others

    The digital version is available for purchase as a downloadable PDF for universal use across mobile devices and e-readers.
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