Landlord Colors at Cranbrook Art Museum tries to “elevate” art borne of economic hardship and upheavals, but such art needs no elevation; the viewer must seek and find its level.
In a Sprawling Collaboration, an Artist and Her Subject Craft His Identity
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. — Him reveals Liz Cohen’s interest in identity, auto-determination, and the lengths to which one must go to find the truest expression of self.
Curating a Contemporary Cabinet of Curiosities
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.