After conducting an internal investigation, the MOCAD board concluded that Elysia Borowy-Reeder’s leadership “fell short of its goals for diversity, inclusivity and a healthy work environment.”
Hopes Run High as New Senior Curator Lands at Detroit’s MOCAD
Larry Ossei-Mensah discusses his curatorial approach and what he will bring to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
A Dollar-Store Art Show Shortchanges Its Viewers
A massive group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit was basically drawn from junk, and so it remains.
From Bananas to Bills, an Artist Peels Back the Layers of the Global Economy
Adriana Martínez, who has organized a multi-faceted collective in Bogotá, focuses on the geopolitical implications of resource distribution in her art.
Slicing Up a Limo as a Metaphor for Detroit
DETROIT — A limousine can be many things: transportation of choice for prom, a status marker, and a bit of a paradox.
A Music Festival for the Underrepresented in Detroit
DETROIT — Within media culture, male-dominated environments are presented as the norm, despite the fact that men only comprise roughly half the population.