Liz Cohen, an artist and award-winning lowrider mechanic, creates vibrant tributes to the women who have modeled for Lowrider since 1977.
David Klein Gallery
Kenny Scharf Switches Between Styles, Like Changing the Channel on a TV
“It’s like watching a show and switching the channel. You can go from cartoons, to soap operas, to the news, to science fictions.”
A Painter Reflects on When Black Men Get to Rest
After undergoing brain surgery, Mario Moore produced a series of works about Black men resting and recovering — a realm he describes as a “fantasy land.”
From a Tower of Babel to a Concrete Ziggurat, an Artist Erects Monuments to Human Endeavors
Scott Hocking has spent months making labor-intensive constructions inside abandoned buildings or amid their ruins, creating mystical monuments that pay tribute to history.
Beverly Buchanan’s Shack Sculptures Feel at Home in Detroit
An exhibition at David Klein Gallery brings together Buchanan’s evocative shack constructions and pastel drawings.
Two Artists Build Order and Chaos from Detritus
DETROIT — If you happen to be prone to synesthesia, you may want to give Kari Cholnoky’s exhibition Semi Lucid Steaks, at David Klein Gallery, a wide berth.
Two Tony Suburban Galleries Move into Detroit
DETROIT — As the saying goes: be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.
Why I Love Twitter … and @DKleinGallery @BetsyEby @TheBoBartlett and @Alyssamonks
From Twitter to real life. My story.