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Dance: American Art 1830-1960 is a multimedia exhibition featuring more than 90 of America’s most spectacular works of art alongside filmic representations that explain and celebrate dance as central to American life and culture. Works are from the Detroit Institute of Arts and other leading American and international museums as well as from private collections
Fifty Years of Collecting: Detroit Institute of Arts’ Friends of Prints, Drawings and Photographs Anniversary Exhibition
The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of its long-standing auxiliary support groups, Friends of Prints, Drawings and Photographs (FPDP), with Fifty Years of Collecting: Detroit Institute of Arts’ Friends of Prints, Drawings and Photographs Anniversary Exhibition.
"30 Americans," is a dynamic exhibition of contemporary art by many of the most important African American artists who rose to prominence during recent decades. The 55 paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs and videos explore racial, gender, political and historical identity in contemporary culture.The works are from the Rubell Family Collection.
The DIA's collection of ancient Middle Eastern art includes more than 500 works spanning over 8,500 years (8000 BCE to 650 CE).The Ancient Middle East gallery will display 178 key pieces in an installation that illuminates their significance as well as their connections to sophisticated technologies and art-making in the emergence of the world's earliest civilizations and empires, as well as to our modern world.
Discover how they left their mark on Detroit. And how Detroit left its mark on their art. Exclusively on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts nearly 70 works of art that depict the evolution of these two extraordinary artists’ careers.
Statements and news releases issued by the DIA related to the City of Detroit bankruptcy.
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