In their MLK Day performance inspired by LaToya Ruby Frazier’s photo series, Sister Tour explored the relationship between Black women and water.
An exhibition on view at Detroit’s Henry Ford Museum features 7,000 Christmas ornaments, from the traditionally festive to the deeply bizarre.
The city’s new initiative comes after years of penalizing and white-washing independent and unauthorized street art.
Wendy Halsted Beard defrauded her clients of over 100 photographs, including works by Ansel Adams, and targeted elderly collectors.
In a missive to the American Alliance of Museums, the nonprofit legal organization Whistleblower Aid said the museum does not meet criteria for accreditation, citing “race- and gender-based hiring” and a culture of retaliation, among other issues.
The Detroit-based artist draws from her Russian, Ukrainian, Jewish, and African American roots to create a dazzling new ornamental language.
Her short film Freshwater is now playing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
Working with what they had, Cass Corridor artists scrapped and repurposed anything they could get their hands on, attempting to find some salvation for their city through a literal process of salvage and reuse.
Detroit police received a tip that led them to Andrzej Sikora’s art studio, where police took James and Jennifer Crumbley into custody.
A group of artists in Detroit is developing a “Habibi Futurism.”
A Black-led, open-air mural festival lends visibility to the Black artists in this city.
Electronic Landscapes takes the reader into the storied record shops and cozy home studios of Detroit’s most important musicians.