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20110510200632-img_4665 Tartarus: A netherworld forest of strange beauty and harsh realities  
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Scott Hocking at Public Pool March 19th, 2011 - April 30th, 2011
Posted 5/18/11

Enter the doors of Public Pool and you’ll find yourself in Scott Hocking’s Tartarus, a netherworld forest created from trash and weedy overgrowth.  The space is filled from floor to ceiling with large twiggy branches covered with discarded plastic bags collected from the littered urban landscape of Detroit.  There is barely room to move in this wild and chaotic installation, which is set in motion not only by the opening and closing of the Public Pool door but also by a large shop fan pushing a... [more]

20101203085242-three_gates__nishiki_tayui__oil_on_linen__triptych Explorations of Material, Method, Proportion and Color  
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Brett Ian Balogh, Susan Goethel Campbell, David Chung, Xia Gao, Dorothy Anderson Grow, Michelle Hinebrook, Sarah Kaufmann, Gerhardt Knodel, Addie Langford, Melanie Manos, Steve McShane, Janice Milhem, Erin Moran, Sabrina Nelson, Phoenix Perry, Aaron Peterman, Teresa Petersen, Gloria Pritschet, Sharon Que, Sadie Sheldon, Bethany Shorb, Nervous System, Cedric Tai, Nishiki Tayui, Benjamin Teague, David Thomas, Cristen Velliky, Marius Watz at Gallery Project December 1st, 2010 - January 9th, 2011
Posted 12/7/10

The Gallery Project in Ann Arbor MI presents Warp, a multimedia exhibit, curated by Bethany Shorb and Addie Langford, featuring the works of 30 local, regional and national artists, all exploring notions of interconnectivity and complexity in the realm of material and method, proportion and color.  The exhibit runs through Sunday, January 9. The showstoppers were Phoenix Perry’s giclee prints on vinyl, with high contrast and multilayered patterns executed by hand with impressive sharpness and preci... [more]

20101024194725-epifull Angels at Crossroads   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Heather Accurso at The Ann Arbor Art Center October 1st, 2010 - November 14th, 2010
Posted 10/26/10

Heather Accurso’s most recent mixed-media drawing series, World Situation, is on exhibit at Ann Arbor Art Center in downtown Ann Arbor MI.  Accurso’s series features the physiognomy of infants, not with expected expressions of innocence, but rather visualized as contemporary angels  within the backdrop of the violence of our world situation. In each piece, infant heads float in space with no body attached.  In one piece an infant head sprouts an atomic mushroom cloud.  In many others, the h... [more]

20101012090435-66933_10150093358516959_569336958_7192309_8301430_n District VII Opens in Rivertown, Detroit   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Micho Detronik, Kristine Diven, James Dozier, Brian DuBois, Cre Fuller, Brent Harris, Robert Lezuch, AJ Manoulian, Timothy Orikri, Gabrielle Pescador, Juan Javier Pescador, Christopher Samuels, Bethany Shorb, Ian Swanson, Cedric Tai, Aric VATO Tosqui, Buffalo VR at District VII Detroit October 10th, 2010 - October 27th, 2010
Posted 10/16/10

As the cultural and artistic effervescence in Detroit seems to be gaining momentum and the insatiable search for new venues is turning artists into cultural activists and brave entrepreneurs, Rivertown may just be on verge of becoming a new promised land for galleries, performances and cultural events in the city. Rivertown is abuzz with news of the latest addition of these artist-run galleries popping up in Detroit - District VII - a warehouse space with brick walls and high open ceilings on Wig... [more]

The Other Side of Happily Ever After  
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4/1/10

“Glass, Cinder and Thorns”, the most recent exhibit at 323East Gallery in Royal Oak, Michigan takes us on a trip of darkness and whimsy through the world of fairytales, exploring how these stories seep into the consciousness of young girls as they develop into women. Curator and contributing artist April Segedi, sets the tone of the exhibit with “The Story Keeper”, a charming yet disturbing mixed media piece of a white rabbit donning black lace and antique key pendants with large insec... [more]

Magic_sprout_kv The Other Side of Happily Ever After  
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Miss April, Sandi Calistro, Jenna Colby, Liza Corbett, Nicole Cummings, Jessica Dalva, Hidden Eloise, Jeannie Paske & Rudy Fig, Maria Finna, Megan Frau, Bee Harris, DeEtta Harris, Megan Harris, Edith Lebeau, LostFish, Crystal Mielcarek, Charmaine Olivia, Lisa Petrucci, Audrey Pongracz, Jaclyn Schanes, Stephanie Skuzenski, Tina Tourikis, Kelly Vivanco at 323 East Gallery March 20th, 2010 - April 15th, 2010
Posted 3/24/10

“Glass, Cinder and Thorns”, the most recent exhibit at 323East Gallery in Royal Oak, Michigan takes us on a trip of darkness and whimsy through the world of fairytales, exploring how these stories seep into the consciousness of young girls as they develop into women. Curator and contributing artist April Segedi, sets the tone of the exhibit with “The Story Keeper”, a charming yet disturbing mixed media piece of a white rabbit donning black lace and antique key pendants with large insects stuck t... [more]

Blurring Lines to Redefine Experience and Identity: Motor City Movie House  
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2/16/10

  How to Blur a Line, the current exhibit at Detroit’s Motor City Movie House explores questions of identity relating to the quality of our consciousness of the duality basic to our construct of meaning. This ambitious multimedia exhibit challenges the viewer not to take a singular position on what is perceived to be real and consider existence within the world of opposites, embracing its complexities without the need or urge to be polarized. The gallery space is a welcomed contributor tothe rich cultu... [more]

4342522596_8a5ce8221b Blurring Lines to Redefine Experience and Identity  
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KT Andresky, Leslie Blackburn, Marianne Burrows, Alana Carlson, Cheryl Faligowski, Jay Harnish, Bill Macleod, Tim Pewe, Tom Pyrzewski, Dave Sanders, Marjorie Sauer, Ian Swanson at Motor City Movie House February 11th, 2010 - March 1st, 2010
Posted 2/15/10

    How to Blur a Line, the current exhibit at Detroit’s Motor City Movie House explores questions of identity relating to the quality of our consciousness of the duality basic to our construct of meaning.  This ambitious multimedia exhibit challenges the viewer not to take a singular position on what is perceived to be real and consider existence within the world of opposites, embracing its complexities without the need or urge to be polarized. The gallery space is a welcomed contributor toth... [more]

2009_mata No Vacancy: Dynamic Perspectives on Contemporary Realities  
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Michael Anderson, Sam Bassett, Michael Bevilacqua, Erik den Breejen, Brock Enright, Jack Featherly, Jonah Freeman, Kate Gilmore, Andrew Guenther, Kent Henricksen, Sissel Kardel, Nicola Kuperus, Justin Lowe, Shannon Lucy, Guy Overfelt, Tyson Reeder, Zak Smith, Michael St. John, Johannes Vanderbeek, Wendy White, Sherry Wong at The Butcher's Daughter January 9th, 2010 - February 23rd, 2010
Posted 1/22/10

With No Vacancy, the current exhibition at The Butcher’s Daughter Gallery in Ferndale MI, there is no fear of disconnecting from the ever-surrounding buzz of the mega-stimulating noise of the current cultural environment.  The exhibit unveils clips of contemporary realities shown in works widely varied in material and process, and in some cases flavored with ironic social commentary. Many of the pieces reflect the complex visual landscape of urban life.  Michael Anderson takes the viewer on a pop... [more]

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