by Margaret Foreman Walking down the open staircase into The De Pree Gallery at Hope College frames an exhibit in an engaging way. That entry gives a birds-eye, almost 360-degree view of the exhibit. I’m always questioning what impression an exhibit gives when I first walk through the doors. For the The De Pree’s current exhibit, Billy Mayer’s … Continue reading
The… lines between musician, writer, photographer, painter, sculptor… don’t hold their shape here.
Zachary Johnson interviews artist Christopher Sutton about his artistic process and Flex Gallery, a mobile public art space.
The Flint Institute of Arts, the Muskegon Museum of Arts and the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts have covered many leagues in their collection of African American Art. COMMON GROUND, now at the Muskegon Museum of Art shows how far the three companions have traveled in their shared mission
337 Project Space features an exhibition highly reminiscent of Dada art, 100 years after the establishment of the movement in Zurich
Over his three decades working on the map, Gretzinger’s style has not remained stagnant. Instead, he has used the map as a framework in which he’s experimented with new techniques over the years.
The two artists combined works create a burst of color that transforms the 337 Project Space into something resembling more of a psychedelic preschool playroom than art gallery.
“ I want [the viewer] to think about their own body. I want them to think about humanity. What keeps us together? What binds us? And what binds them?”
“Process/Result” is the second show at 337 Project Space, Tom Duimstra’s recently-opened art venue. The opening is scheduled for 6-9PM Friday, November 6, to coincide with Avenue of the Arts First Friday. Visitors during this time can enjoy a live performance of electric cello music by Russell Gorton.