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The Warehouse Art Museum

The Warehouse Art Museum

The Warehouse Art Museum is a 4,000 SF exhibition space on the ground floor of the Guardian Fine Arts Services building, a large five-story former factory and warehouse built in 1924 in Milwaukee’s Design District. LED lighting and display walls have been added to the renovated space, which retains elements of the building’s industrial past, such as concrete columns and floors.

The Warehouse Art Museum is devoted to the exhibition and study of the modern and contemporary art collection of owners Jan Serr and John Shannon. The core of their collection, 3,000 modern and contemporary works on paper, paintings, photographs and sculptures, include artists such as Jim Dine, Warrington Colescott, John Colt, Helen Frankenthaler, Ruth Grotenrath, David Hockney, Anish Kapoor, Tsukioka Kogyo, Helen Levitt, Schomer Lichtner, Sally Mann, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Diego Rivera, Cindy Sherman and Della Wells.

LOCATION

The Warehouse Art Museum

1635 W St. Paul Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53233

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Accessibility Information

PARKING INFO

Free parking is available for visitor use during museum hours.

PUBLIC HOURS

Open Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

Admission is always free.

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