Art

Call for Entries: “Power of the Press” poster contest @ Signal Return

I love printed matter and free speech, so I’m very excited to be among the guest jurors for the upcoming “Power of the Press” poster contest, part of the 2017 Power of the Press Fest at Signal Return, because . The contest is free to enter, and I’m very much looking forward to seeing what […]

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Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival

I am charmed and amused to note that I have somehow become the literal poster child for the 6th Annual Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival.     That amazing tableau of horses is my contribution to the ongoing tradition of asking local artists to make custom posters promoting the festival–which, if you’ve never attended, is a […]

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Turnabout is Fair Play

Crowd Source by K.A. Letts Oh ho, careful what you wish for; you might get it. It seems I convinced K.A. Letts during our recent BWTA that everyone should feel empowered to participate in critical exchange. I don’t know that I expected to be the subject of her first effort, but I suppose if all […]

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Detroit Free Press follows up on The White House

Mark Stryker does some follow-up on The White House, highlighting the disappointing but completely unsurprising outcome of this project for actual Detroiters. Read more here… For critics of Mendoza, the plight of the neighbors who have become innocent victims proves the point that artists have no right to come to Detroit and treat the city as […]

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Quoted in Deadline Detroit

Deadline Detroit picked up a healthy chunk of my piece at Hyperallergic about 30 Americans at the DIA. Thanks, DD! Hope it helps to inspire even more people to get out there and take a look at the exhibit in its final week.

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