Vogue.com premieres new “Nick Cave: Here Hear” trailer in advance of the exhibition opening

Cranbrook Art Museum in the News
Nick Cave
June 11, 2015

Nick Cave is taking over Detroit. Next Saturday, June 20, will see the debut of Here Hear, the largest show of the American artist’s work to date, at the Cranbook Art Museum. The weekend will kick off a string of events that runs through the rest of the year. Among the Cave-planned celebrations are a performance called Up Right: Detroit and a series of Dance Labs, both in July; and a procession of dozens of Cave’s life-size horse sculptures traipsing through the city on September 26 (manned by high-school dancers, no less). All this will then culminate with a project called Figure This: Detroit, which will take place in the city’s magisterial Masonic Temple on October 4.

As a primer for the many festivities to come, enjoy this preview of Cave’s famous Soundsuits making their way through some of Detroit’s most beautiful spaces.

Source: Vogue.com



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