Reception Photos: The 365 Artists 365 Days Project: The Show at the Frank Juarez Gallery

Last night we hosted our artist reception for The 365 Artists 365 Days Project: The Show. This group exhibition celebrates the artists that have been featured in this project from 2014 – 2015. 

The Frank Juarez Gallery and Greymatter Gallery collaborated on this global art project and launched it on January 1, 2014. What began as a one-year project grew into two-years of featuring artists world wide. It was great to see the enthusiasm of artists through sharing our posts especially their own via social media. Although this project came to a close in 2015 we have decided to keep the site up and running. This project is too important to take offline. 

To our amazement, what started as a way to spotlight contemporary artists daily from across the country blossomed into getting the attention of artists from across the globe such as France, Germany, Slovenia, Australia,  Russia, London, Israel and the United Kingdom; to name a few. 

In 2017, Frank Juarez, Zina Mussmann, and Rachel Quirk decided to revisit this project. This time to co-curate it as a juried exhibition and bringing it to Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 2018. This ambitious exhibition features local, national, and international artists from this project featuring works by Christian Arrecis (Illinois), Jill Christian (New Mexico), Nina Ghanbarzadeh (Wisconsin), Samantha Haring (Ohio), Jeanne Heifetz (New York), Colleen Keihm (Illinois), Laurie LeBreton (Illinois), Jennifer Scheuer (Indiana), Emily Swinsick (California), Casey Whittier (Kansas), Connie Wolfe (Illinois), and Ana Perez Ventura (France).

This exhibition ends July 14, 2018.

If you go:

Frank Juarez Gallery

207 E. Buffalo Street, #600

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Reception photos by Cate Elsbernd. 

To see more photos click here


About 365Artists/365Days

The purpose of this project is to introduce its readership to a diverse collection of art that is being produced at the national and international level. Our goal is to engage the public with information regarding a wide array of creative processes, and present the successes and failures that artists face from day to day. The collaborators hope that this project will become a source for exploring and experiencing contemporary art in all its forms.
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