Final week to see the exhibition with a symposium on Sunday 10/9. From the Cranbrook Art Museum website: "Presenting a broad range of art forms and artifacts of the era, Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia features experimental furniture, alternative living structures, immersive and participatory media environments, alternative publishing and ephemera, and experimental film. Bringing into dramatic relief the limits of Western society’s progress, the exhibition explores one of the most vibrant and inventive periods of the not-too-distant past, one that still resonates within culture today."
In its first exhibition in Detroit, Colnaghi presented painting and sculpture from the 15th through the 19th century by Dutch, Flemish, Italian, and Spanish artists. The exhibition "Old Masters, New World" supports Colnaghi’s vision to present the work of Old Masters in contemporary settings.
Fernando created an office update with cubicles and file storage for a client in Birmingham, MI. Wood pieces connect like puzzle pieces.
"Space Between Time" an exhibit of artist Esther Shalev-Gerz that was recently on display at Wasserman Projects in Detroit.
Now on view at Simone DeSousa Gallery in Midtown Detroit, the RaRoCo (Rachel Reynolds Z, Robert Zahorsky, and Corrie Baldauf)
July 23 – August 21, 2016
OffGassing is an exploration of large scale sensual atmospheres and environments where bodies, spaces, furniture and plants all contribute to new primal worlds. The work explores the body as it relates to its environment as one of the most ostracized interactions within contemporary architectural work when directly addressing human pleasure.