UPCOMING JULY 20
Curated by Ingrid LaFleur, Manifest Destiny examines the practical implementation of the cultural movement Afrofuturism to alter destinies within Detroit and beyond. Manifest Destiny honors the legacy of Black-bodied people to forge their own destiny regardless of circumstance.
ON VIEW AT LIBRARY STREET COLLECTIVE
Library Street Collective is excited to welcome Jason Revok back to Detroit with his latest solo exhibition, titled depersonalization-derealization. Rooted in introspection, the artist navigates his motivations and impulses to paint, while recognizing an obligation to link creativity and well-being.
On view at MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART DETROIT
KAWS: ALONE AGAIN is a solo exhibition of the Brooklyn-based artist KAWS at the Museum of the Contemporary Art Detroit. Featuring five sculptures, a site specific wall work, and three paintings, the exhibition occupies the main space of the museum.
On view at Cranbrook art museum
In The Source: A Catalog of Late-20th-Century American Relics, artist Daniel Arsham continues his fictional archeology of the future through the creation of iconic objects and products of late-twentieth-century American life. The exhibition is supported by Library Street Collective