What Happens to Culture After a Financial Crisis? A New Exhibition Offers a Global Survey of Art in the Wake of Economic Collapse | ArtNetCranbrook Art Museum in the NewsLandlord Colors
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Interview with Andrew Blauvelt and discussion of upcoming summer exhibition, “Landlord Colors” | Detroit Free PressCranbrook Art Museum in the NewsLandlord Colors
For the Cranbrook Art Museum based in Bloomfield Hills, the motivation to move their focus downtown is partially spurred on by the rush of grant dollars flooding the Detroit arts scene. In 2014, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation awarded the museum $150,000 for its “Nick Cave: Here Hear” project as part of […]
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Daniel Arsham is Bringing the Beach to Detroit | Hip in DetroitCranbrook Art Museum in the NewsDaniel Arsham
Detroit’s art scene will become a little more interesting this week when two separate art exhibits featuring the work of Daniel Arsham open in two separate galleries across town. The New York-based artist and co-creator of Snarkitecture has created two immersive experiences that will take you inside the mind of the artist. Read the full story here.
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A giant ball pit you can jump in is coming to downtown Detroit | Detroit Free PressCranbrook Art Museum in the NewsDaniel Arsham
A story about The Beach Detroit and Daniel Arsham’s exhibition, read the full story here.Read More
McArthur Binion (Painting ’73) in ARTFORUMCranbrook Art Museum in the News
In an interview with ARTFORUM, Binion discusses the role memory and narrative has on his practice. Read the full story here.
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