Galerie Camille


  
Can We Touch It?
Join Galerie Camille on July 6th from 6-9PM for the opening of Can We Touch It? A show featuring Detroit's emerging artists who's work ranges from found objects to print making. This show focuses on repurposing, expanding and interpreting the ordinary.







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

On view through August 18th.

  
K.OSS Contemporary Art


  
 
Sarah Wagner: Whether Ewe Like it or Not
K.OSS Contemporary Art is very pleased to present the work of the Detroit sculptor and installation artist Sarah Wagner. The exhibition is inspired by the history of the cultivation of cotton, and its devastating impact on the development of capitalism and industrialism in the United States and beyond, Wagner created a complex of sculptures made of fabric, steel from industrial buildings, drywall and concrete.



Opening Reception, Friday July 6th, 
6-9pm.   [Eastern Market, Detroit] 
1410 Gratiot Ave.

On view through September 1st.


Popps Emporium + Popp Packing


  
 
Paradise Travel Company by Jova Lynne and Residency Exhibition with Allison Baker
Popps Emporium is pleased to present Paradise Travel Company by Jova Lynne. On view through August 11th.


On view at Popps Packing, Summer Artist Resident Allison Baker will be hosting a one night only open studio exhibition at Popps Packing on July 7th.



Opening Reception, Saturday July 7th, 
7-10pm.  [Hamtramck]
2025 Carpenter and 12138 Saint Aubin



                   
 
Lectures and Other Events


Subjectively Objective:
The Vernacular of Landscape is a survey of contemporary landscape photography showcasing images from 58 artists from around the world.
Friday, July 6th, 6-10pm. [Rochester] 6841 N Rochester Rd.

OFFICE SPACE Gallery:
D*Construction: Metamorphosis of the City addresses the economic, social and political issues that arise as a result of the restructuring and gentrification of urban communities.
Sunday, July 8th, 2-4pm. [North End, Detroit] 2870 East Grand Blvd.

The Studio Theatre at the Hilberry:
The Underground Theatre proudly presents the second show of our fifth season BODY AWARENESS. One of Annie Baker's most recognized works, Body Awareness uncovers and displays what it truly means to be a family and all that it takes to keep it from falling apart.
Thursday July 5th, 8pm. [Midtown, Detroit] 4743 Cass Ave.

 
Art Writing

Short essays, Workshops, and Events


NEW! 102 Nancy Rodwan

 
 101 Leslie Rogers




 
Detroit Art Review

Punk Rock Graphics 1976 - 1986 @ Cranbrook  Art Museum

Michael Luchs @ 
MOCAD


Gertrude Kasle Collection & See Through @ UMMA