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Artasia Gallery

Neighbourhood: Historic Third Ward
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Address: 159 N. Broadway Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202
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Asian art gallery

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Street level was full of Asian art - mostly small statues, but also some very large pieces, mostly Buddhist pieces. Cuvee's restaurant is upstairs. Cuvee's has a full service... read more

Reviewed 18 July 2013
Susan L
Rowlett, Texas
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 16 December 2015

This used to be an interesting place to browse, but is now an ONLINE store only. So for Tripadvisor purposes, I would classify this as CLOSED, since you can't visit it.

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Indianapolis, Indiana
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Reviewed 4 September 2013

Just happened upon this gallery/store as we were enjoying a nice summer morning in the Third Ward. A fairly unassuming place on the main floor. Some non-descript jewelry and miscellaneous gift items. Thank goodness I took the time to look over at the interesting stairway to the basement and noticed all of the ancient looking buddha statues, wooden puppets, etc...... More 

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Rowlett, Texas
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Reviewed 18 July 2013

Street level was full of Asian art - mostly small statues, but also some very large pieces, mostly Buddhist pieces. Cuvee's restaurant is upstairs. Cuvee's has a full service bar and a great bartender. The food is catered in, so you can have whatever you want. It is a great location and perfect for large gatherings of up to 50... More 

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Mequon, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 22 January 2013

lots of interesting things. hard to tell originals from copies and hey wont tell you which is which. overpriced.

Thank strandedindolphinate
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Reviewed 21 August 2012

Great place to poke around browsing and taking in all the art. If you can't afford that massive sculpture of Ganesh, you'll find something in the under-$30 range that you just have to have. Definitely stop in if you're walking around the Third Ward.

Thank Jmod78
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 27 helpful votes
Reviewed 27 November 2011

For the past four years, i've "created" a tradition of traveling to Milwaukee to ArtAsia to treat myself on my birthday... wooden statues, divine goddesses, evil spirits and stories of far out lands - what an incredible store!!! masks, furniture, statues and statuettes, jewelry, bronzes - all there!!! WOW!!!!!!!!!!! a little something for everyone - from $5 to $5000. have... More 

Thank WorldEventPlanner
New York City, New York
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Reviewed 11 November 2011

Good collection of asian furniture and decorative items, relatively good values.

Thank 6101FCD
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Reviewed 22 August 2011

I recently stopped by this shop while in Milwaukee to do some antiquing. I was surprised at the large quantity and quality of merchandise here. The upper floor has jewelry and small trinkets. The lower level is full of statues and furniture. If you are looking for an armoire, 6 foot statue of Buddha, Chinese satin shirt or wooden Japanese... More 

Thank ravenne8
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Reviewed 4 January 2010

Why buy junky, mass-produced, antique-looking Asian furniture at Pier One when you can get actual Chinese antiques for the same price? Artasia consists of two large floors packed with giant golden Buddhas, hand-carved Chinese wall decorations, worn Japanese puppets, wallscrolls and Mao-era propoganda posters, antique cabinets, chairs, lanterns, tables, etc. The great thing about this shop is that it's a... More 

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