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Ermanno & Liz Lazzari

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She believes the best art is
what people will remember.
The giant fist of boxer Joe
Louis at the foot of Woodward
Avenue is a perfect example,
she said. The sculpture is
either loved or hated, but
"people discuss it and
remember it."
While most of her genera-
tion stresses function, profit
and the bottom line above all
else, Gordon defends another
sensibility: that art has in-
trinsic value — even if that
value cannot always be quan-
tified — and the artist is a
valuable, even necessary, con-
tributor to society.
"Art is really a necessity for
society," she said. "Art can be
a healing thing, or something
you have to think about. It's
all really about seeing things
in ways you haven't seen
them before."

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DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward, "The Plain
of Truth," with Michigan
artists Ron Madalinski, Jon
Strand and Lois Teicher,
now through Nov. 27;
exhibition of photos by
Tony Spina, now through
Nov. 6; "The Artist
Observed," portrait photo
exhibit, now through Dec.
4, 833-1851.
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN MUSEUM
OF ART
525 S. State, Ann Arbor,
Chinese Snuff Bottles and
Japanese Netsuke, now
through Oct. 16; "As Good
As Gold," Two decades of
gifts by the Friends of the
Museum of Art, now
through Nov. 20. 764-0395.

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BLOOMFIELD ART
ASSOCIATION
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Birmingham, fall show by
Birmingham Society of
Women Painters, now
through Oct. 8. 644-0866.
DONNA JACOBS
GALLERY
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Birmingham, pre-
Columbian art, today.
540-1600.

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American turn-of-the-
century and World War I
posters, today. 875-5211.
THE ART CENTER
125 Macomb Place, Mt.
Clemens, "Michigan
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