Milwaukee Downtown recently let loose five
talented photographers on the city of Milwaukee. The result? A
stunning black-and-white photography exhibit, "Snapshots:
According to Beth Nicols, executive director of Milwaukee Downtown,
the photographs "tell the story of the downtown renaissance and
further reinforce why it is such a great place to live, work, and
The participating photographers — Dan Bishop, Maria Ellen
Huebner, John Korom, John Nienhuis and Brian Malloy — were
hand-picked by Milwaukee Downtown to capture "slices of
life" of the growing city.
"The photographers participating in this project not only
created an art exhibit, but documented a compelling story 10 years in
the making," says Nicols.
The featured photographs, which debuted at the Milwaukee Downtown
BID #21 Annual Meeting at the Milwaukee Art Museum in April, now
comprise a traveling exhibit that appears in downtown office
buildings, and civic and visitor centers throughout Milwaukee.
M Magazine is giving you a "snapshot" of the traveling
exhibit, but call (414) 220-4700 ext. 29 to find out where you can
view the show — up close, and personal.