DETROIT — It was a letter-perfect evening in Detroit for the opening last week of Robert Sestok’s long-anticipated sculpture park, City Sculpture.
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — The power of expectation is never so evident as it is in the moment it’s thwarted.
ÖREBRO, Sweden — Festivals and biennials are typically the purview of curators and organizers, backed by endowed institutions.
For dancers, the body is a surrogate for concepts and a tool for arranging shapes in the air.
DETROIT — Detroit Boom City is an ambitious installation orchestrated by Atlanta’s Dashboard Co-Op by invitation of the Ford Motor Company Fund, featuring some of Detroit’s most innovative artists.
DETROIT — How many points of conflict can be contained in a delicate arrangement of ceramic objects?
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — Borders are a slippery concept, one that seems to exist only in theory most of the time, but occasionally manifests in reality dramatically.
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — Musicians throughout the ages have wrestled with the question of creative control, and in our modern age, some have found an answer in technology.
DETROIT — It is easy, when considering the staggering legacy of human history, to think about it as a series of things that took place in the past.
DETROIT — Trying to notice the impact of the Kresge Foundation on the arts in Detroit is like a fish trying to notice water.
A comic book industry veteran for the last decade, Kelly Sue DeConnick first earned her chops adapting manga to English.
DETROIT — How often is an artist willing to introduce an element of chance to her solo gallery opening?