The First Major Retrospectives of Legendary Fiber Artist Olga de Amaral and Legendary Detroit Artist Allie McGhee A Look at Michigan’s Modern Movement and the Building of CranbrookOlga de Amaral: To Weave a RockAllie McGhee: Banana Moon HornOctober 30, 2021 – February 13, 2022James Haefner: Michigan ModernOctober 6, 2021 – January 9, 2022Building Cranbrook: Saarinen in MichiganOctober 9, 2021 – January 9, 2022Bloomfield Hills, Mich., October 6, 2021 — This month, Cranbrook Art Museum announces the opening of four new fall exhibitions that will showcase a legendary Academy graduate, a Detroit icon, the photography of Michigan’s midcentury modern movement, and the building of Cranbrook.“This season’s exhibitions underscore the dual mission of Cranbrook Art Museum, one tied to the collecting and interpreting the work of influential alumni of Cranbrook Academy of Art and the achievements of Detroit-based artists. Olga de Amaral and Allie McGhee are preeminent examples of this mission," said Andrew ...Read More
Headspace: Jim Dine's Glyptotek and The Detroit Printing Co-op: The Politics and the Joy of Printing Open This Month Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Sept. 15, 2020 — Cranbrook Art Museum opens two new exhibitions this month that will join the exhibition Shapeshifters: Transformations in Contemporary Art currently on display. The three exhibitions occupy the upper and lower galleries of the museum. The museum is now open late every Thursday until 8pm, with FREE admission all day. All visitors must preregister at cranbrookartmuseum.org."Headspace" Exhibition View. PD Rearick, photographer.Headspace: Jim Dine’s Glyptotek Opened September 9, 2020 Inspired by a 1984 trip to Glyptothek, Munich’s museum dedicated to antique Greek and Roman sculpture, artist Jim Dine set out to create a book of prints inspired by the collection. He produced forty drawings uniquely designed to function as transparencies in the production of héliogravure prints, a printmaking process used to reproduce the earliest photographs. Dine’s prints exist both as individual works and as a collection, bound together in the oversized ...Read More
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