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ARTIST'S CHOICE: Photographic Work by Michigan Artists - Sat April 9th


The Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography (DCCP)
ARTIST'S CHOICE:  Photographic Work by Michigan Artists
Saturday, April 9 only (with the event continuing Online through May 28)
Artists' Reception, April 9, 3-10 pm @  R.I.C. |  DCCP
by Rob Kangas
Andrew Doak
Patricia Lay-Dorsey
Travis Roozee
Marilyn Zimmerman
Jason Demarte
Noah Waldeck
John Ganis
Rob Kangas
Christopher Lee
Sarah Zimmer
Nicola Kuperus
Kristen Fecker Peroni
Bruce Feldman
Colin Blakely
Paul-David Rearick
Carlos Diaz
Scott Hocking
Andrea Eis
Steve Rost
Kelly Frank
Co-sponsored by the Russell Industrial Center and the Museum of New Art .
by Jason Demarte

ARTIST'S CHOICE is essentially a pop-up exhibition in anticipation of the opening of the DCCP's permanent space at the R.I.C. and to coincide with the Art X Detroit events of that week. It's theme is simply an impromptu survey of the quality work being created by area photographers. This is why we've asked each artist to curate what he/she believes to be their best or most representative image into the show.

The fascination of this exhibition will be the elusive, surprising and unexpected nature of what you will see. By self-curating one and only one of their photographs into the show, the invited artists are forced to reveal the nature of their unique eye, of its aesthetic choice and of its intuitive selection. By choosing one photograph, they are forced to expose both the visual heart of each and of all their work

The exhibition is located at the Russell Industrial Center, located in building 2 West, the complex's center building with the enormous mural painted on the wall facing I-75. The entrance door is just to the left-South of the mural. Go in that door, and the reception gallery for DCCP will be immediately on your left - 1st floor. The exhibition gallery is on the third floor.

Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography

1600 Clay Street
Detroit, MI 48211

Co-sponsored by the Russell Industrial Center and the Museum of New Art.