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July 14, 1989 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-14

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Spiraling forms, overlap-
ping shapes. and high energy
color charcterize the latest ac-
quisition for the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts collection.
"J.E. and the Uptown A's"
is a collage of mixed media on
cardboard measuring about
84 inches by 60 inches. Alvin
Loving created it earlier this
year for his one-man show at
the Bronx Museum for the
Arts. It was a DIA Founders
Society purchase, from the
Twentieth Century Painting
General Fund and the
Friends of Modern Art.
Now the Detroit-born ar-
tist's piece is on view as a star
entry in "The Appropriate
Object" exhibition at the DIA
which continues through
Sunday.
The exhibition features
sculpture, painting and mix-
ed media work by seven con-
temporary African-American
artists: Loving, Maren Hass-
inger, Richard Hunt, Oliver
Jackson, Betye Saar, Ray-
mond Saunders and John
Scott.
Loving'ss work has ap-
peared nationally in
numerous-one-man and group
shows. He received a Gug-
genhiem Foundation
Fellowship (1986) and a Na-
tional Endowment for the
Arts award in painting
(1982-1983).

Galleria Shows
Garden Art

The Galleria Officentre,
through developers Forbes-
Cohen/Nemer Associates, will
underwrite and house
"Weathervanes, Whirligigs
and Garden Art" an "other
site" exhibition by The
Detroit Artists Market.
The exhibition, currently
on display, will run through
Aug. 4. It will be located in
the atrium of 300 Galleria Of-
ficentre and the newly open-
ed 400 Galleria Officentre on
Northwestern Highway at 12
Mile Road and Telegraph in
Southfield.
The exhibit will be com-
prised of weathervanes and
garden sculpture created by
38 Michigan artists, ar-
chitects and designers. The
pieces will be sold during the
exhibition. Admission is free
an catalogues detailing the
exhibit pieces are available at
a nominal fee.
The exhibition will also
celebrate the opening of 400
Galleria Officentre, the
fourth phase of the six phase,
$150 million project which
already includes offices for

such major corporations as
IBM, Xerox, AT and T, In-

dependence One Mortgage
Corp., Goodyear Tire and
Rubber Co., Brass-Craft
Manufacturing and the cor-
porate headquarters of
Isuzu Motors America, Inc.
The complex was designed
by Neumann/Smith and
Associates.

Photo Contest
Announced

The Homestead Gallery
will host the first annual
summer photography corn-
petition and show sponsord by
Meteor Photo, Key Tours and
David Wachler and Sons
Jewellers to benefit Common
Ground.
The competition will be
juried by fine art
photographer/lecturer/colum-
nist Monte Nagler in both
black and white and color
categories.
Entry forms are available
at sponsors' locations as well
as at area arts councils and
associations.
Common Ground is a Royal
Oak crisis intervention
center.

Cuna Folk Art
At Dos Manos

Molas, originally hand
sewn as part of a blouse by
Cuna Indian women of
Panama's San Blas Islands,
will be displayed at Dos
Manos, 210 W. Sixth, Royal
Oak, throughout July.
Noted for their meticulous
handiwork combining several
layers of cloth, molas are a
recognized primitive art form,
taking two to three months to
complete.
Dos Manos is a gallery/gift
shop of Latin American folk
art and crafts. Summer hours
are: Monday, Tuesday, Thurs-
day, Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.;
Wednesday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. (in
conjunction with the Royal
Oak Music Festival); and
Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Paper Relief
Exhibit Opens

Gloria Valentic will exhibit
her work in paper relief in the
Southfield Civic Center
Gallery, 26000 Evergreen,
from Monday through July
28. Hours for the exhibit are
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. Saturday.
Ms. Valentic uses Oriental
papers and gouache as media
to achieve a transformation
into metal and stone.

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