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Main Gallery | [UNDER]

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[UNDER]
Exhibition: May 23-July 7, 2018
Reception: Friday May 25, 5-8 pm
Gallery Talk: Thursday, June 14, 6 pm

[UNDER] is an all-media, juried exhibition where artists were encouraged to interpret the wide range of meanings and possibilities of the word ‘under’.

JUROR 

Jeanne grew up on a farm in Hastings, Michigan, taught in a two-room school house in Hopkins, Michigan, got married and moved to Detroit in 1972. In the 1980’s, she discovered art-making, began to translate the visual world into her own terms, and earned an MFA from Wayne State University. Jeanne uses sewing as a way to move ideas and images, a type of visual problem solving that keeps the artistic process flexible. In 2017 she was awarded a Kresge Fellowship.

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Charles Alexander | Jessica Ashburn | Nicole Basilone | Robert Beras | Judi Bommarito | Gregory Carr | Dominique Chastenet de Gery | Winnie Chrzanowski |John Diephouse | Autumn-Grace Dougherty | Myles Gallagher | Cameron Geralds | Bruce Giffin | Mario Inchaustegui | Hannah Jacobs | Megan Kelynack | Genevieve Klick | Kip Kowalski | Stephany Latham | Daniel L. Lisuk | Margret McDermot | Catherine Peet | Teresa Petersen | Danny Rebb | Sue Schneider | Christopher Schneider | Donita Simpson | Krysti Spence |Alan Watson | Kimo Williams

Image: Jessica Ashburn, Peacefully Drowning, Oil on canvas, 36″ x 24″, 2018

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Historic Room

Historic Room | Selected Works from the Scarab Club Permanent Collection

Ongoing

In the historic room, you’ll find works from the Scarab Club’s permanent collection, including an original Robert Hopkin. Hopkin was one of Detroit’s leading painters in the mid to late 19th century in Detroit, producing seascapes, landscapes and decorative works, including the interior of the Detroit Opera House (1869). In 1907, the Detroit Museum of Art held an exhibition in his honor, at which time his fellow artists founded the Hopkin Club, which later became the Scarab Club.

 

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