MMoCA in the News

Ellsworth Kelly, Red-Orange Yellow Blue, 1970. Lithograph on Special Arjormari paper, 42½ x 30 inches. Edition of 75. © Ellsworth Kelly and Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer.

Ellsworth Kelly Prints

"It’s always a privilege to walk through a Madison Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition with curator Rick Axsom. But previewing the museum’s newest show, Ellsworth Kelly Prints, with him last week was truly exceptional."
—Katie Vaughn, "Color, Shape, Chance and Joy at MMoCA" Madison Magazine, January 22, 2013 »

“Much of Kelly’s artwork has a distinct look — bold, often large-scale shapes in a single color.”
—Lindsay Christians, “Ellsworth Kelly makes the simple revolutionary at MMOCA” 77 Square, January 15, 2013 » 


"Cool off indoors while gazing at some of the 5,000 works that make up the permanent collection of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (free admission), which includes works by Frida Kahlo, Roy Lichtenstein, and Cindy Sherman."
New York Travel, June 8, 2012 »  

"Housed in the airy, expansive Overture Building near the capitol, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art holds engaging exhibits from global artists."
—Melanie McManus, "Insiders' Guide to Madison, Wisconsin" Midwest Living, June 2012 »