Monthly Archives: November 2017

In conversation with Thomas Bangsted @ Hyperallergic

ST. CLAIR SHORES, Mich. — In his third exhibition of photographs at Marc Straus, photographer Thomas Bangsted presents large-scale photographs that recreate historical maritime scenes through a painstaking process of shooting, collecting, and aggregating present-day images. The seven black-and-white pigment prints include selections from two different bodies of work — […]

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Keith Haring at Cranbrook Art Museum @ Detroit Art Review

Keith Haring is internationally known for his ebullient and evocative figure drawings, rising to art world fame in the mid-1980s on a wave of graffiti-influenced NYC street culture. Like many of his contemporaries, Haring was part of an early wave bringing art to market as a prestige commodity, and like […]

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“Wonderland” Review @ Rustbelt Arts

The great K.A. Letts wrote up “Wonderland” over at her dynamic arts blog, Rustbelt Arts. Thanks, Kathleen! You are the greatest greatest! Read it here! “Wonderland” continues its run through this weekend (possibly through Dec. 2) at the Terhune Gallery in Perrysburg, Ohio.

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Cranbrook Winter openings @ Detroit Free Press

For the Cranbrook Art Museum Director Andrew Blauvelt, the suite of four new winter shows came together as part careful planning, part good luck. “It was kind of serendipitous, but very lucky,“ said Blauvelt. The museum was developing a show around the work of New York-based graphics artist Ryan McGinness, and […]

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