Visual Arts

Three Queens, 1971, by Wadsworth Jarrell, acrylic on canvas.Image courtesy of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

DIA Acquires Works By Wadsworth Jarrell

(DETROIT, MI) – The Detroit Institute of Arts’ General Motors Center for African American art recently acquired 14 works by African American artists, among them…


Moon by artist Tom Benner can be seen during Artcite's Dar-a/Full Circle exhibition at both the Windsor Public Library and the Artcite Gallery until 10 March 2017.Photo courtesy of Artcite.

Artcite Displays Full Circle

(WINDSOR, ON) – Artcite, Windsor’s only artist-run centre for the contemporary arts, is presenting Dar’a/Full Circle, in co-operation with the Windsor Public Library, and curated…



The art of G Jesse Gledhill will be on exhibition at ArtSpeak Gallery from 14 March to 25 March 2017.Image courtesy of ArtSpeak Gallery.

Gledhill At ArtSpeak Gallery

(WINDSOR, ON) – ArtSpeak Gallery has announced an upcoming solo exhibition featuring G Jesse Gledhill. The installation will include recently completed acrylic paintings which will…




Heather Carey's Semi-Private Portholes is installed at Artcite from 13 January to 24 February 2017.Photo courtesy of Artcite Inc.

Explore Spaces Within Spaces

(WINDSOR, ON) – Heather Carey is a London-based artist with a MFA from the University of Victoria. Her solo show, Semi-private Portholes, is currently installed…



“John Barnard,” 1744, John Michael Rysbrack, marble. Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, The Moses Lazarus Collection, Gift of Sarah and Josephine Lazarus, Bequest of Kate Read Blacque, in memory of her husband, Valentine Alexander Blacque, and Bequests of Mary Clark Thompson and Barbara S. Adler, by exchange, 1976 (1976.330)

Unique Rysbrack Showing At DIA

(DETROIT, MI) – The Detroit Institute of Arts welcomes two new guests of honour: a terracotta model and a marble bust of a young boy,…


“Bread Being Distributed to the People,” Detail of “Procession of Pope Clement VII and the Emperor Charles V after the Coronation at Bologna on February 24, 1530”, Nikolaus Hogenberg, hand-colored etchings on a scroll.Courtesy of Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles.

A Year Of Art At The DIA

(DETROIT, MI) – The Detroit after Dark: Photographs from the DIA Collection hosted at the Detroit Institute of Art though to April 23 features photographs…