The Wisconsin Triennial represents the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s much anticipated and celebrated survey of current directions in Wisconsin visual art. The 2013 Triennial—the latest in an ongoing series of triennials and biennials presented by the museum since 1978—is on view in the museum's lobby, State Street Gallery, New Media Gallery, main galleries, and rooftop sculpture garden through January 5, 2014. A cornerstone of MMoCA's exhibition programming, the Triennial captures the richness and variety of artistic practice across the state and showcases emergent trends in the larger contemporary art world.
Painting is far from static. Styles, forms, boundaries and mediums resist limitation, making the practice full and exciting. This singular exhibition showcases paintings created throughout the nation, introducing viewers to the creative producers of today. Artists include Mark Bowers, Gregory Euclide, Carlos Fragoso, Daniel Gerwin, Eli Halpern, Robert Jessup, the late Steven MacGowan, Susan Michod, Lorri Ott, Gabriel Pionkowsi, Preetika Rajgariah, Celeste Rapone, Andrew Rogers, Adam Scott and Hollis Brown Thornton.