Through May 17, 2015

Photographs from the Detroit Walk-in Portrait Studio

Dutch-born photographer - now Detroiter - Corine Vermeulen photographed Detroiters in an effort to share their stories about the city and their engagement and support of its diverse communities.

Detroit Walk-in Portrait Studio

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Oct. 1, 2014 - Jan. 4, 2015

Guest of Honor: Monet

The DIA welcomes one of Claude Monet’s most famous paintings—Waterlily Pond, Green Harmony—as a “guest of honor” from the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.

Guest of Honor: Monet

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Through March 29, 2015

Works on Paper by Degas, Renoir, and Friends

Many of the most popular impressionist-era artists are featured in this exhibition at the DIA. 

People by Extraordinary Artists

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Staff Picks

: Bronze Statuette of a Rider

Bronze Statuette of a Rider, late 5th Century BC

“The Etruscan Rider in the ancient Greco/Roman section of the Chrysler Promenade, which may have already been chosen, is my all-time favorite object in the collection. It's amazing how wonderfully accurately those ancient people understood human anatomy & how skilled the unknown artist who created this marvelous cast bronze object was, so long ago. Look around the back of this fellow & you can see that the sculptor clearly knew how the muscles of our bodies work when we are astride a horse (long gone from the figure). The musculature of the back, the arms, the legs is entirely accurate. Look at the front of the figure and you can see the look of intense concentration in the face of the rider. Every detail of the human body in action is there.”

Linda Wells, IPV and GI volunteer

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