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"Crying Girl," 1963, Roy Lichtenstein, American; offset lithograph printed in color on off-white wove paper. Detroit Institute of Arts. 

From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960-1975

The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) presents "From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960–1975," an exhibition that embraces the generation of artists known as Pop artists. In reaction to consumerism and popular mass media, these artists took inspiration from advertisements, logos, comic strips and television using new technologies of the time, working with master printers and publishers.
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The Solitary One, 1955, Jean Dubuffet, French, paint on canvas. Margaret Demant Bequest, Detroit Institute of Arts. © 2018 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Extraordinary Eye, Extraordinary Gift: The Legacy of Margaret Herz Demant

Extraordinary Eye, Extraordinary Gift: The Legacy of Margaret Herz Demant focuses on the patronage and recent bequest of art from a champion of the DIA; a celebration of the life and legacy of Margaret Herz Demant.
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“Three Forces”, 2018, Isabel Toledo, Cuban-American (born 1960) and Ruben Toledo, Cuban-American (born 1961); Rayon, silk, cotton, wool and lace. Courtesy of the artists and the Toledo Studio

Ruben & Isabel Toledo: Labor of Love

The Detroit Institute of Arts presents Ruben and Isabel Toledo: Labor of Love, a major exhibition of new works created by the artistic couple in response to works in the DIA’s permanent collection.
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“Happy World – Scattered Crumbs,” 2011–2014, Ik-Joong Kang, mixed media on wood. Detroit Institute of Arts

Robert and Katherine Jacobs Asian Wing Opening

On Sunday, Nov. 4, the Detroit Institute of Arts debuts newly expanded galleries dedicated to Asian art in the Robert and Katherine Jacobs Asian Wing.
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 “Untitled (Red and White Striped Storefront with Passersby),” around 1970, attributed to Allen Stross, color transparency film. Detroit Institute of Arts

Lost & Found: Photographs from the DIA’s Collection

Lost & Found: Photographs from the DIA’s Collection is a fascinating look at rediscovered photographs (referred to as “found” photography) rescued from attics, resale shops, online sources and the Detroit Institute of Arts’ archives, on view at the DIA Aug. 26, 2018–March 3, 2019.
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