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Cranbrook Salon @ Knight Arts Blog

Women throughout history have gathered for the purposes of discussion, education and communication on subjects that range from the intellectual to the highly personal. Cranbrook Art Museum Curator Laura Mott and Assistant Curator Shelley Selim decided to emphasize this tradition as they assembled “The Cranbrook Salon,” the second of three […]

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1/2/2016 – Letting Stuff Go with Mary Fortuna

Artist: Mary Fortuna (image above courtesy of the artist) Location: Detroit Institute of Bagels Breakfast: MF – Coffee, ham/egg/cheese on a sesame bagel (toasted), orange juice SRS – Coffee (black), toasted salt bagel with plain cream cheese It’s 2016, have you had a bagel with Mary Fortuna yet? Well, sorry, […]

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12/27/15 & 12/31/15 – Circuits Activated with Cedric Tai

Artist: Cedric Tai Location: Bottom Line Coffee House/my studio Breakfast: CT – Coffee with cream (?)/soda water SRS – Coffee (black), cherry empanada/coffee This conversation with Cedric played out over two days–first, an hours-long conversation at a coffee shop, followed by a studio visit at my place, where Cedric got […]

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January Sourcebook (I)

In with the new! Here’s the final image roundup from my 2015 sourcebooks, ready to get rolling with some profound arts in 2016.       “My artwork shows, with the language of sculpture, the essence of matter and tries to reveal with the work, the hidden life within.” –Giuseppe […]

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Holiday Round-Up: Double Negative, Coyote rehoming, drive-by Tai, signs of our times

The December holidays are always a tricky time of year for me. I’m not much of a Christmas person, so usually I find myself vaguely annoyed that business-as-usual shuts down for three weeks while everyone murders trees and buys lots of crap for each other. However, it’s also been a […]

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Dor Guez at MOCAD @ Hyperallergic

DETROIT — The Sick Man of Europe, a project by artist Dor Guez, demonstrates the fundamental tension between individual and society. For issues to be big enough to garner notice, they must operate on the societal level — war, gun violence, political grandstanding, environmental catastrophe — but ultimately these struggles […]

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