Astonishing ‘Bone Black’ Metaphorically Depicts Detroit’s Once Roaring Economy With Forsaken Boats Slathered In Industrial Pigment, Dangling From Beams Of Blighted Building | Forbes

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Incubator Of Mid-Century Modernism, Cranbrook Unites Diverse Art Of Detroit, Cuba, Italy, South Korea, Greece, Exploring Decades Of Shared Strife | Forbes

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Cranbrook’s sprawling, ambitious ‘Landlord Colors’ exhibit connects Detroit to the world | Detroit Free Press

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Story about Punk exhibition at MAD in NYC | Quest Mag

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Ruth Adler Schnee: Modern Designs for Living

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This retrospective exhibition of the work of textile and interior designer Ruth Adler Schnee (b. 1923), still in active practice at age 96, affirms her pivotal role in the development of the modern interior. The exhibition presents at its core the body of textile patterns that Adler Schnee has created over the course of her […]

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Landlord Colors: Material Detroit


Material Detroit is a free performance and public art series that complements the exhibition and publication, Landlord Colors: On Art, Economy, and Materiality. Sited in Detroit and created in partnership with ARTS.BLACK and Sidewalk Detroit, it is the activation of ideas that leap off the pedestal or page and become voices, movements, and experiences. A fleet of […]

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For the Record: Artists on Vinyl

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For the Record: Artists on Vinyl mines a unique vein of creative expression, the design of the record album cover and the use of phonographic recordings by artists as a vehicle for creative expression. Measuring just twelve by twelve inches, the album became a miniature canvas for some of the twentieth century’s most important artists. […]

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What Happens to Culture After a Financial Crisis? A New Exhibition Offers a Global Survey of Art in the Wake of Economic Collapse | ArtNet

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In the Vanguard: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1950-1969


In the Vanguard: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1950-1969 is the first museum exhibition to explore the impact of this important artistic community located in rural Maine and its impact on twentieth-century art. Featuring approximately 90 works, including textiles, ceramics, glass, metalwork, paintings, and prints, as well as archival materials, In the Vanguard features works […]

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“Too Fast to Live too Young to Die” in NYC feature in Newsweek

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Tagged: Andrew Blauvelt, Graphic Design, punk

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