DVS Detroit Events will host the 4th Annual Detroit Artist Clearance Event on Sunday, June 9th. The event will be held at the Tangent Gallery in the Hastings Street Ballroom. Here’s what you can expect at the event: Various local artists offering old, overstock, and/or damaged art at clearance out-the-door prices. Used and unneeded art… Read More 4th Annual Detroit Artist Clearance Sales Event
Photographer Bre’Ann White will debut her solo exhibition called “Definition of Red”. The exhibition is a series of photographs that represe Ms. White’s personal metamorphosis and transition through investigations of color. “Through her focus on increased representation of dark-skin models, she challenges the fashion world and mainstream media which continue to struggle with the glaring… Read More Definition of Red: Bre’Ann White Solo Exhibit Opening Reception
Hey, friends! There’s a new art exhibition coming to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) later this month. Standing Still, Lying Down, As If will be on view October 26, 2018, to January 6, 2019. Other special events for the opening of the Standing Still, Lying Down, As If exhibit include: Opening Reception on… Read More MOCAD Presents: Standing Still, Lying Down, As If
WHAT’S UP, DETROIT! Hope you had a good weekend. I’ve been recovering from being sick the last few days so last week’s blog schedule was a little off. That’s why today I am sharing with you my recap of the 2018 Murals in the Market (MITM). I didn’t want to not post my photographs and… Read More Recap of Murals in the Market 2018
What’s up, Detroit?! Our beloved 2018 Murals in the Market (MITM) is here! The Smithsonian Magazine recently dubbed Detroit’s Murals in the Market as one of the best mural festivals in the world! According to the official MITM website, 1xRUN and Eastern Market Corporation have produced more than 125 murals in the Eastern Market District.… Read More We’re Excited for the 2018 Murals in the Market!
Rua Francis’ art is shaped and influenced by her Mesopotamian and Assyrian heritage. This is evident in her artwork, as she infuses forms of Aramaic and Arabic arabesque and calligraphy art by combining the “elegant complexity of ink on paper”. Francis’ art style creates “an experiential interpretation of what ‘is’ versus what is ‘seen’ while… Read More Artist Rua Francis’ Experiential Interpretation of ‘What is Versus What is Seen’