Paul Druecke’s work was included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. A coauthored discussion of his work is anthologized in Blackwell and Wiley’s Companion to Public Art (2016). Druecke’s “Social Event Archive” (1997 – 2007) was exhibited at Milwaukee Art Museum in 2017, his site-specific sculptures have been commissioned by Marlborough Chelsea—“96th Street Aperture” (NYC 2014); The Suburban—“Angelique Roy’s Passage” in conjunction the Terrain Biennial (Milwaukee 2015); and Sculpture Milwaukee—“Shoreline Repast” (Milwaukee 2017). Druecke has published two books with Green Gallery Press, Life and Death on the Bluffs (2014), and The Last Days of John Budgen Jr. (2010). Paul Druecke lives and works in Milwaukee Wisconsin.