The museum’s director talks the latest ‘Out of the Crate’ exhibit, authenticating work, and artists with limitless creativity
Proceeds from the hotel’s project benefit a local poetry nonprofit
From abandoned structures to basketball courts, Rutt prefers painting concrete over canvas
While the holiday season has come to an end, metro Detroit is still celebrating. The North American International Auto Show commences this Friday, Jan. 18 at the Cobo Center, and with the exhibition comes an agenda of activities and parties taking place throughout the Motor City.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit’s soon-to-open exhibit, Useless Utility, investigates an omnipresent reality where an all-consuming work life and everyday domesticity blend; a product of America’s deindustrialization.
Ruben and Isabel Toledo: Labor of Love takes over the museum until July
Poet and playwright Biba Sheik grew up in Bloomfield Hills with her father, Morris, a Lebanese immigrant who struggled to gain citizenship when he first came to America in 1951.
In 2016, when curator, writer, and artist, Amani Olu came to Detroit by way of New York City, he knew he wanted to contribute to the city’s cultural landscape beyond his work as an art publicist.
From paintings to photography to ceramics, local visual artists showcase their latest works
Between beach days and weekend getaways, make time to stop by local installations
Following a series of exhibitions that focused on street art, Cranbrook Art Museum is now attempting to explore the cultural impact of punk and post-punk through its new exhibits ...
In prisons across the state, art is bridging gaps. In March and April of this year, the Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners held its 23rd art show exhibiting work from 582 artists across 28 prisons.
When an amateur photographer in her late twenties, Ohio native Kacy Johnson embarked on a journey to Brazil to further pursue her passion for photography.
Wayne State University alumni and professional artist Desiree Kelly will be hosting her first solo exhibition at AtomArt Gallery in Ferndale on May 5.
Opening this week at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), Pretty/Ugly will feature artwork from children and teens from ages 12-19 in an exhibit that will reflect on self-love.
A longtime resident of Detroit’s Banglatown neighborhood, located just off the Davison Freeway and straddling the Detroit and Hamtramck borders, Reichert has been involved in cultivating creative and sustainable art solutions in the city.