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November 18, 1988 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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TROY ART GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
"The Beautiful World of
Japanese Prints," now
through Nov. 26. 362-0112.
DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward, "The Plain
of Truth," with Michigan
artists Ron Madalinski, Jon
Strand and Lois Teicher,
now through Nov. 27;
sculpture by Roni Horn,
now through Nov. 29; "The
Artist Observed," portrait
photo exhibit, now through
Dec. 4; "Sixteenth Century
Tuscan drawings from the
Uffizi," now through Jan. 8;
Andrew Wyeth: The Helga
Pictures, now through Jan.
22, admission. 832-2730.
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN MUSEUM
OF ART
525 S. State, Ann Arbor,
"As Good As Gold," Two
decades of gifts by the
Friends of the Museum of
Art, now through Sunday;
"Unseen American: Small
Oils from the Permanent
Collection," now through
Jan. 8, 1989. 764-0395.
RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake Rd.,
West Bloomfield, oil
paintings, watercolors and
drawings by Richard Jerzy,
now through Dec. 14,
reception with artist, 7 p.m.
Wednesday. 626-3111.
COUNTY GALLERIA
1200 N. Telegraph, Pontiac,
Animals in Art II, now
through Dec. 15. 394-0061.
PRESTON BURKE
GALLERIES
240 E. Grand River,
Detroit, Recent works by
Chuang Che and Mary
Chuang, now through Nov.
25. 963-2350.
CRANBROOK
ACADEMY OF ART
MUSEUM
500 Lone Pine Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, deSalle
Gallery, "James Scripps
Booth: Artist and
Engineer," now through
Dec. 11; 645-3312.
DETROIT FOCUS
743 Beaubien, Detroit,
"Artists Choose Artists,"
exhibition, now through
Dec. 22, reception today, 6
p.m. today, 962-9025.

CITY OF SOUTHFIELD

Civic Center gallery,
etchings by Mathias
Muleme, along with
Annette Shaver's antique
toys, now through Nov. 25.
354-4717.

FOUR WINDS GALLERY
340 E. Maple Rd.,

Birmingham, Michael
Naranjo, "The Art of
Seeing," now through Dec.
2, 644-2150.

IRINA
700 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, "Russian
Artists in America," Isaak
Grazutis, Yury Kolesov,
Michael Lipshutz, Boris
Sheinis and Aleksey
Klimov, Saturday and
Sunday. 642-2990.
BIRMINGHAM/
BLOOMFIELD ART
ASSOCIATION
1516 S. Cranbrook Rd.,
Birmingham, faculty
exhibition, today and
Saturday, 644-0866.
FARMINGTON
COMMUNITY CENTER
24705 Farmington Rd.,
Farmington Hills, "Artists
on Display," with Carol
Hansen, now through
November. 477-8404.
CENTER FOR
CREATIVE STUDIES
245 E. Kirby, Detroit,
Sabbatical Faculty
Exhibition, now through
Dec. 7, at Sarkis Galleries
with painter Aris
Koutroulis, sculptor Sue
Linburg and industrial
designer John Steiner.
872-3118.
PARK WEST GALLERY
29469 Northwestern Hwy.,
Southfield, expressionist
painter Andras Markos,
"The New Wild," now
through Nov. 30. 354-2343.
THE PRINT GALLERY
29203 Northwestern,
Southfield, posters and
prints by photorealist
artists, through Dec. 15.
356-5454.
LE MINOTAURE
GALLERY
115 E. Ann, Ann Arbor,
Bernard Thomas-Roudeix,
acrylic paintings, Saturday
through Dec. 31. Opening
reception with artist,
Saturday, 3 p.m. 665-0445.

CANTOR/LEMBERG
GALLERY
538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, sculpture and
collage drawings by Bernar
Venet, now through Dec. 7,
642-6623.
THE COMMUNITY
HOUSE
380 S. Bates, Birmingham,
M. Stirling Allardice and
Joe Clark are the artists-of-
the-month for November.
644-5832.
PIERCE STREET
GALLERY
217 Pierce St.,
Birmingham, photographs
by Annie Liebovitz includes
celebrity portraits, today
through Jan. 7, 1989;

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