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This exhibition features works of art from some of Europe’s most well-known artists and photographers, including Julia Margaret Cameron, Eugene Atget, HenriCartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Christian Boltanski and Gerhard Richter. The exhibition also features several new acquisitions featuring work by Wolfgang Tillmans, and Bernd and HIlla Becher.
This special exhibition spotlights a single extraordinary work by Olowe: a throne he made for Prince Ilori, heir apparent of the town of Ise in southwestern Nigeria. This exhibition is organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts. Support has been provided by the Walter Gibbs Endowment Fund. Additional support has been provided by the City of Detroit.
Samurai: Beyond the Sword will be a rare opportunity to experience the world of the Japanese Samurai. Broadening the stereotype of the warrior, the exhibition explores the role of the military arts and the importance of Samurai engagement in the cultural, spiritual, and art worlds of their time.
Country singer/songwriter Brandy Clark opens for Jennifer Nerrles, lead vocalist for the international super duo Sugarland.
Mix local brews with local art at this weekly showcase of affordable pieces by Detroit area artists.
Information graphics allow us to visualize material that is less discernable with the written word. Pictorial interpretation of data however, is not confined to the graphic arts. VISUALIZING DATA will exhibit artistic interpretation of signs, symbols and statistical data. City: Detroit
Detroit's classiest and trashiest answer to the dance party. Ash Nowak and Jon Dones are the anti-DJ duo who make all of your disco dreams come true.
At Atlas, you’ll find Carolina catfish, pork taquitos, short ribs, ravioli and polenta, Hawaiian shrimp and Moroccan beef. Ingredients — which don’t necessarily remain with their cuisine-of-origin — include lemongrass, cactus, Gorgonzola, wasabi, coconut, pancetta, caviar and black-eyed peas. It may sound like the chef is confused, but even if he were, open-minded taste buds should not quibble with the results.
"Since 1987, The Majestic has been one of Detroit's premiere live music venues hosting great blues, rock, reggae, jazz and worldbeat concerts by the likes of Buddy Guy, Johnny Winter, Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, Beenie Man, John Scofield, Dr. John,
Cassandra Wilson, Son Volt, G. Love & Special Sauce, Los Lobos and Wilco, just to name a few. The Majestic is also available for private parties and banquets." from the Majestic's Web site.
It’s been 60 years since Mario Lelli opened this inviting Italian spot. Just down the street from the Hilberry Theatre, generations of theatergoers have enjoyed multicourse meals here. This is exactly the kind of place people think of when they think Italian restaurant. All the favorites from veal Tosca and spaghetti Bolognese to shrimp scampi and chicken cacciatore are served by a competent waitstaff in a series of rooms. Get everything from the humble chicken mariata soup ($4.50) to the mammoth chateaubriand for two ($65).
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