We The Vehicles: A Tribute to Detroit Bike Culture July 31 - August 28 www.detroitartistsmarket.org www.twitter.com/detartistsmkt 4719 Woodward Ave., Detroit MI 48201 313.832.8540 Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 6pm Admission is free and open to the public
Detroit Artists Market (DAM) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit contemporary art gallery. We have shown and sold work by the best visual artists in the Detroit area since 1932. We offer a full schedule of exhibitions, gallery talks, special events, and our Elements sales gallery full of original art to collect or give as gifts. DAM is supported through the generosity of our members, patrons, customers, and artists.
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I'm sure many of you have experienced the mess that is Woodward right now with the M-1 construction. Forest is temporarily closed at Woodward, but don't fret! You are still able to get to the Artists Market from Cass. The DAM Biennial All Media Show is on display through the 28th. Check out this wonderful collection of work while you still can! For more information on the M-1 construction and closures, visit http://m-1rail.com/
We LOVE these silver cufflinks by artist Christine Bossler! You can see her jewelry on display and for sale in the Elements Gallery open now!
Proud to have been one of the first places to feature Rebel Nell! Keep up the great work!
Artist opportunity! Muralists check it out!
From a different vantage point, Linda Buck's adorably-mini cityscape sculptures are brought to life by a wonderfully colorful painting by Sunshine Durant. Come by and check out their works in the Elements Gallery!
Rick Vian "Opening" Oil on Canvas. Part of the DAM Biennial All Media Exhibition, up through May 28th. Swing on by and check it out!
“This Goes This Way” James Puntigam Drubbing (Drawing & Rubbing) a piece from artist James Puntigam collection of works “Drubbing” (an invented word). This abstraction is one of many that adds a fun twist to our featured artist wall. The DAM Biennial All Media show is on display now through May 28th. Make sure to check out this Puntigam piece on our featured artist wall.
One of the interactive pieces in the DAM Biennial is John Jasso’s “The Red Wheelbarrow”, mixed media, is full of different props to pick up, read, and examine, there's even a few takeaways! The DAM Biennial All Media show is on display now through May 28th. Make sure to check out this Jasso piece, and more while you can.
"Construction from Destruction" is a larger-than-life piece by artist Al Hebert. Herbert took home the 1st place prize at the DAM Biennial All Media Show. It is made with detritus from Detroit and stainless steel fasteners. A 2D photograph does not show off the magnitude of this piece so make sure to come see it, and more, in person while you can. The DAM Biennial All Media Show is on display through May 28th.
Did you know that the DAM Biennial All Media show had a guest curator? Read a little about her below! Juror, MaryAnn Wilkinson, holds two positions at the University of Michigan: Exhibitions Director ad the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning; and Adjunct Curator of Modern Art, University of Michigan Museum of Art. As a consulting curator to UMMA, she advises on acquisitions and other issues regarding the modern art collection. In addition, she is an independent scholar and curator who specializes in modern and contemporary art. The DAM Biennial All Media Show is up and running through May 28th. Check out this special guest curated show while you still can!
We LOVE when our artists come in and visit! Pictured here are two of the ladies in the DAM Biennial All Media show, up now through May 28th! Swing on through to check out these works and more. Claudia Hershman, “Cascade III”, mixed media. Meighen Jackson, “Plunge”, mixed media ink and paper on canvas. 2nd place winner.
Deborah Kashdan "Revolution" Acrylic on paper Part of the DAM Biennial All Media Exhibition, up through May 28th. Swing on by and check it out!
See you this Friday! DAM will be showcasing the work of 64 Detroit Area artists. ALL MEDIUMS. "From painting to assemblage to fiber, the DAM Biennial showcases the wide range of media and techniques used by local artists. It’s exciting to see and jury all this fine work." – MaryAnn Wilkinson Opens at DAM Friday, April 29, 2016 6PM - 9PM
Honored to be part of the comeback of a classic Detroit Building, the Strathmore. DAM worked with interior designer Polly Kinslowe on an art installation that includes nine works from six different artists, including Claudia Hershman, Alexander Buzzalini, Patricia Riascos, Matt Eaton, Sam Karres, and James Ritchie. More pics soon.
2016 BIENNIAL ALL MEDIA EXHIBITION is going to be HUGE! Juried by the amazing, MaryAnn Wilkinson - April 29 -May 28. Public opening Friday, April 29th 6 PM - Be there
Happening now: LEARN. COLLECT. CONNECT. with Marylin Wheaton, John Korachis and Shirley Woodson Reid and moderator, Isabelle Weiss.
Ralph Jones "John Sinclair; Sunday Afternoon" Archival print Part of the "313 People" photography series. "313 People" is on view at the Detroit Artists Market until Saturday, April 9th. Visit DAM's Featured Artist wall is see the entire exhibit by Ralph Jones.
Darice Y. Cobb "COBO" Digital photograph 2016 WSU Scholarship Awards and Exhibition is on view at Detroit Artists Market until April 9.
Allan Bennetts II "Framed Butterflies I" Oil on linen Join us Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 11:00 A.M. until 12:15 P.M. for the Scholarship Exhibition gallery talk.
DAM has been watching the progress of the M-1 (QLINE) from our storefront windows since they began construction in 2013. We look forward to seeing how it will impact our neighborhood as well as Downtown - of course hoping for the best. Happy Saturday! Walk on over or drive, just do not let the construction shy you away from the excellent Wayne State University Scholarship Awards & Exhibition currently on view. For construction info: http://m-1rail.com/construction/construction-map/