The Carr Center Gallery


  
The Collective Experiment
The Poor Man's Art Collective and Things Feel Heavy present: "The Collective Experiment", a Carr Center Duo-exhibition featuring on-site art installations. This exhibition explores the idea of 'The Art Collective' by looking at how artists function within collectives, how two different collectives function independently in the same city. The idea being that collectives are not just about collaboration, but also about expansion and inclusion, as well as individuality within the larger group.





Opening Reception Friday, January 12th, 7-10pm.  [Downtown, Detroit] 
1505 Woodward Ave.

Show runs through February 623rd.

  
Galerie Camille


  
 
Geometrix Opening
These three artists - James Benjamin Franklin, Clark Goeman, Franklin Jonas - use line, form, light, and color to express the mathematical vocabulary of art in their own unique and striking ways, with impeccable precision of craft. Join Galerie Camille and the artists on January 12th for the opening of this exciting exhibition.









Opening Reception, Friday January 12th, 6-9pm.  [Midtown, Detroit] 
4130 Cass Ave.

Show runs through February 24th.
                                            
  
Simone DeSousa Gallery


  
 
Mark Newport: Stitches Opening Reception
"Stitches" presents all new works, and it is Mark Newport's first solo exhibition at the gallery. "These works begin when I cut a hole into the cloth. The hole is then filled by weaving with needle and thread. The repairs are made using traditional textile darning and mending techniques learned from studying European and American mending samplers. Whether the area of repair is immediately visible or camouflaged, mending these holes leaves a scar that speaks of vulnerability, intimacy, and futility." Newport is the Artist-in-Residence and Head of Fiber at the Cranbrook Academy of Art.


Opening Reception, Saturday January 13th, 6-9pm.  [Midtown, Detroit]
444 W. Willis St.

Show runs through February 24th.
                   

Art Department Gallery, WSU


  
2018 Graduating Senior Exhibition
The James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History is pleased to present its 2018 Graduating Seniors Exhibition, January 12 through January 26, 2018. The opening reception will be held on Friday, January 12, 5-8PM. This exhibition features approximately 30 outstanding works by undergraduate students from the department's Art, Art History, and Design areas who are graduating during the 2017/18 academic year.





Opening Reception, Friday, January 12th, 5-8pm.  [Midtown, Detroit 
150 Art Building, 5400 Reuther Mall

Show runs through January 26th.
  
Janice Charach Gallery


  
 
SIX
SIX features the work of six artists known for their exciting expression of current situations through shape, color and texture that goes beyond genres of representation and abstraction. The six artists are: Emilee Arter, Andrew Blake, Dennis Jones, Megan Parry, Catherine Peet and Carl Wilson. The show is curated by Dennis Jones who says "that each of these artists has a widely different approach to their image making but each expresses vulnerability, longing and loss". Alice V. Schneider is featured in the Side Gallery with her latest series titled, "Figure Studies".


Opening Reception, Sunday January 14th, 1-4pm. [West Bloomfield] 
6600 West Maple Rd.

Show runs through February 22nd.
                                            
  
Whitdel Arts


  
 
House Warming
Whitdel Arts has found a new home and is having an opening reception for its first group show to thank everyone for their continued support. Come see the show and check out the new digs!












Opening Reception, Friday January 12th, 7-10pm.  [East Side, Detroit]
1111 Bellevue St.

Show runs through February 3rd.
                   

University Liggett School, Manoogian Arts Wing Gallery

  
Jeff Cancelosi "Still On The Journey"
Every drawing is a step towards another. Please join me for "Still On The Journey" as I look back to earlier days as a frame for the work I am making now. Through the years, I've retained my love of our enigmatic faces. My art has evolved from ink drawings to ink stamps to tapes that can be bought in hardware stores. I don't know what my next faces will be, but looking forward to taking that path! This is a one-night public opening. If you'd like to view the show another time, message me and we can set up an appointment.






Opening Reception, Friday, January 12th, 6-7:30pm.  [Grosse Pointes] 
1045 Cook Rd.
  
Oloman Cafe


  
 
LOESS Opening Reception
"Loess" is the first solo exhibition and book by photographer Suraj Bhamra exploring the intersection of immigrant identity and traditional American symbols of pride in the city of Hamtramck, MI. All prints on display will be for sale. Copies of the book will also be on sale. This event is free and open to the public.











Opening Reception, Saturday January 13th, 7-10pm. [Midtown, Detroit] 
10215 Joseph Campau Ave.

Show runs through February 17th.
                                            
  
Ukrainian American Archives and Museum

  
 
UAAM to ring in New Year with Bohdan Soroka Artist Exhibit
The Ukrainian American Archives and Museum will feature Bohdan Soroka: Artworks, an exhibit spanning the 50-year career of the Ukrainian artist. The art opening will be held on Saturday, January 13, and will feature Bohdan Soroka's daughter, world-class musician Solomia Soroka. The reception will be held from 4-8 p.m. The exhibition will continue until February 28. Bohdan Soroka (1940-2015) was born and lived in Lviv, Ukraine. A graphic artist and painter, Soroka himself belonged to the 1960s generation of Ukrainian artists who used their art as protest against an oppressive Soviet regime.


Opening Reception, Saturday January 13th, 4-8pm.  [Hamtramck]
9630 Joseph Campau Ave.
                   
 
Lectures + Other Events

Simone DeSousa EDITION:
Simone DeSousa EDITION is pleased to present "To Hold," a project featuring works by designer Brian Kritzman and metalsmithing artist Kim Cridler.
Saturday, January 13th, 6-9pm. [Midtown, Detroit] 444 W. Willis St.

Cranbrook Art Museum:
Allan Wexler has worked in the fields of architecture, design and fine art for forty-five years. He is represented by the Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York City and teaches in the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City.
Tuesday, January 17th, 6-7pm. [Bloomfield Hills] 39221 Woodward Ave.

 
Art Writing

Read short essays on 90 Detroit artists


NEW! 89 Sophie Eisner

 
  NEW! 88 Sabrina Nelson  



 
Detroit Art Review

Basquiat @ 
Cranbrook Art Museum

Culture at the Crossroads @ 
Toledo Art Museum

Virginia Rose Torrence @ 
Trinosophes Gallery