Sculpture Milwaukee

Your Avenue To Art

A contemporary outdoor gallery, an economic development engine, a summer bucket list item. However you define Sculpture Milwaukee, let it be part of your downtown experience. 

Ready to take a stroll? 

Find world-class art at the heart of downtown's renaissance. Since its inception in 2017, Sculpture Milwaukee has been an integral part in redefining Wisconsin Avenue as Milwaukee's main street, and by extension, fostered a community living room. 

Featuring 22 artworks by 22 emerging, mid-career, and blue-chip artists, these sculptures range in materials, come from divergent backgrounds, and provide cues and commentary on the world in which we live in. 

It's time to explore Wisconsin Avenue. Visit Sculpture Milwaukee's website to get started. 

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Public Art Legacy

Since 2017, some of Sculpture Milwaukee artworks have been purchased and donated to be displayed in downtown's public spaces, adding to Milwaukee's awe-inspiring collection of public art.

  • Tony Cragg's "Mixed Feelings" at Milwaukee City Hall (200 E. Wells St.)
  • Michelle Grabner's "Untitled" near the intersection of Chicago & Water Streets in the Historic Third Ward.
  • Coming September 2019: Robert Indiana's "Love" at Milwaukee Art Museum (700 N. Art Museum Dr.)