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Ann Lislegaard: 2062
Titled with the date when Ann Lislegaard will be 100 years old, this exhibition illustrates the artist's extended investigation of the science fiction genre. Featured works include a trilogy of digital-animation and several sound installations-all of which are based on seminal works of science fiction literature.
--Detroit Artist Market presents:
LANDSCAPE: A Modern Sequel
An exhibition of work by artists who interpret the landscape genre in a unique and individual manner. Featuring work by Yoriko Cronin, Andrew Krieger, Nicole Macdonald, Catherine Peet, George Rahme, Corine Smith. This month's Featured Artist in DAM's Elements Gallery is Brigette Neal featuring several brand new assemblages.
--Scarab Club presents:
Re/Thinking Design for Consumption
Curated by Ericia Bartels and Christine Bossler
In the Lounge Gallery: Patingins by Patricia Hill Burnett
--Pewabic Pottery presents:
Peter Lenzo & Andy Nasisse: On the Edge Between Whimsy and Fear
An exhibition of new ceramic works.
--Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center presents:
Five new shows!
Offering - multi media works by seven artists
Birmingham Society of Women Painters: New Work
Lauren Moyer solo exhibit of illustration style paintings
Fresh - work by young adults from Covenant House
Independent Figure Drawing by BBAC adult students.
-- The Butcher's Daughter presents:
Constructed Nature: A Study of Feminine Affections
--David Klein Gallery presents:
Kristin Beaver - Album
An exhibition of new paintings using vintage album covers as inspiration.
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