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?
Last week was an outstanding one for experimental theater in Detroit.
DETROIT — While it takes more than a few encounters with Jonathan Rajewski to begin to unravel a sense of him as a person, one instinctively and immediately recognizes his art as the work of a virtuoso.
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. — The centuries-old tradition of the Wunderkammer is enjoying a resurgence of late, with cabinets of curiosities on display from the Chazen Museum of Art to Gagosian Gallery, and vitrine artists like Edmund de Waal and Joseph Beuys being hailed as champions of the medium.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — When it comes to creating an installation of the work of cartoonist Alison Bechdel, a curator is faced with more than the usual conundrums of what merits inclusion.
DETROIT — When a tweet from @CorrieBaldauf breaks into your Twitterstream, it is captivating and disorienting for a number of reasons. More often than not, she is live-tweeting her progress through her latest iteration of the Infinite Jest Project, an exercise in literature, obsession, and social media that Baldauf has been working on since 2013.
DETROIT — The People’s Biennial at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) successfully draws on the founding concept of the biennial art event, with the original model of the Venice Biennale in 1895 intended to be a sort of World’s Fair of contemporary art.