Because artwork isn’t available to those who can not get to galleries, a pair of artists from Madison, Wisconsin have launched “Little Galleries” to bring mini installations in small structures along the street.
The public art space by Rachel Bruya and Jeremy Wineberg is a structure about six feet tall, with an 18-inch-high glass box on the top that’s big enough to display prints, small paintings or sculptures.
“Little Mifflin” opened this past weekend next to the sidewalk in front of Bruya’s home, 1921 E. Mifflin St.
“We’re bringing art back into this lively social scene,” said Bruya, a 2007 graduate from the UW’s master of fine arts art program.
(READ the story in the Cap Times – Madison, Wisc)
Related Story: Wisconsin Man’s Little Free Library Copied Worldwide