30 Detroit Artists
Thirty illustrated essays highlighting a variety of Detroit artists.
Bruce Peel Special Collections Library
Retired Staff Sergeant Al Lund’s collection of Mountie books, magazines, and comics over forty-five years.
An American Classic
A photographic tour of the Detroit Public Library’s rich art and architectural history.
Oil, Environment and Alberta’s Image
Documentary filmmakers and PR professionals exemplify Alberta’s internationally escalating clash between environment and economy.
Oil-Colour Prints from the Donald and Barbara Cameron Collection
Exhibition of oil-coloured prints by Victorian master printer and innovator, George Baxter (1804-1867).
30 Detroit Artists
Thirty illustrated essays highlighting a variety of best-loved and little-known Detroit artists.
50th anniversary edition of Belle Isle Love-In was promoted and organized as a gathering of peace and love to celebrate a new vision of society.
The Who ends their American tour in Detroit at the Grande Ballroom.
Poster of Iggy Pop doing five nights at Bookie's Club in Detroit. Wednesday teen night no alcohol!
50th anniversary edition of The Barber poster design from Gary Grimshaw.
Poster for The White Stripes performing in Detroit, Michigan, at the world's largest Masonic Temple on Earth.
Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West
Brings contemporary Japanese literary and artistic fairy-tale adaptations into conversation with Euro-American feminist fairy-tale re-creation and scholarship.
A compelling look at the contemporary art and artists that are transforming Detroit’s physical landscape.
Cass Corridor Revisited, 1966-1980
Exhibition catalog highlighting artists of Cass Corridor from the 1960s-1970s.
Ennobling the Ordinary
A study of Detroit artist Robert Wilbert that investigates his roles as a teacher, mentor, and advocate for the arts.
The European in African Art, 1500 to Present
A new interpretation of the artistic record of African and European interaction, based on the Detroit Institute of Arts exhibition.
Charles McGee at Eighty-Five
Details the life, work, and community contributions of Detroit artist Charles McGee.
Third edition of a favorite guide to major examples of public art in metropolitan Detroit, updated for the first time since 1999.
From the Collection of Detroit Receiving Hospital
The Healing Work of Art documents the amazing collection of art of the Detroit Receiving Hospital, highlighting the diversity of its holdings as well as its history.
Tyree Guyton's Heidelberg Project
A collection of varied reflections on the Heidelberg Project, a Detroit art installation that has garnered international acclaim and has been the focus of local controversy.