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March 16, 1990 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-16

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award-winning photographs
from across the country will
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Hayman Gallery in Farm-
ington Hills from March 16
through April 1.
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March 16 will kick off the ex-
hibition and give the public
the opportunity to meet the
curator in person.
The collection includes
hand-tinted photos as well as
black and white photos.

Women Artists
Slate Show

Members of the Birming-
ham Society of Women
Painters will open its spring
exhibition and sale March 15
and continue through March
25 at Somerset Mall in Troy.
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in numerous artistic pursuits
exhibiting not only on a local
level, but also national and
international levels. In addi-
tion to working in a variety of
art media, they are often call-
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Jerome Irving Smith Collec-
tion will open at the Detroit
Institute of Arts March 11
and continue through April
29. The exhibition will then
begin a year-long tour under
the Statewide Services Pro-
gram of the DIA.
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Staffordshire figurines as a
young man employed at the
Museum of the City of New
York from 1933 to 1951. In
1951 he became director of
the Museum of History and
Industry in Seattle. From
1953 to his retirement in
1975, the Grosse Pointe resi-
dent was librarian at the
Henry Ford Museum in Dear-
born. He pursued his quest
for Staffordshire figurines un-
til the end of his life, acquir-
ing a variety of subjects at
auction and through dealers
both in the United States and
abroad. His bequest to the
Detroit Institute of Arts in-
cluded 110 Staffordshire
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In Detroit

On March 16 at 7 p.m.,
Preston Burke Galleries Inc.
in Detroit will host a cham-
pagne reception for "Recent
Works" by Romanos Rizk.

The exhibit runs through
April 13.
The recent works by
Romanos Rizk are a culmina-
tion of his years of ex-
perience and a personal
enlightenment.

Spring Show
Is Slated

On March 18 Everything
Nice will present its arts and
crafts exhibit, Spring Show
1990, at the Wolverine Golf
and Banquet Center on 25
Mile Road at Romeo Plank in
Mt. Clemens.
Featured at this year's show
are artists from southeast
Michigan.

Warren Exhibit
At Somerset

Charles W. Warren will host
an exhibition, The Lalique
Crystal Collection, 7 p.m.
March 16 and 17 at Somerset
Mall in Troy.
Marie-Claude Lalique,
granddaughter of the founder,
will make her first and only
appearance in Michigan this
year. She will sign new
purchases.
Three generations have
gone into shaping Lalique
over the last century. It all
began with Rene Lalique in
the late 1800s when he
started his career as an ap-
prentice jeweler in Paris. He
revolutionized jewelry design
of the period, and by 1900 had
established himself as a
primary architect of the Art
Nouveau movement.

`Art Poetry'
At DIA

Art Poetry Melodrama: 20
Years of the Alternative Press
will open at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts through May 6.
The work of Ken and Ann
Mikolowski is celebrated in
this 10th exhibition of the
Ongoing Michigan Artists
Program (OMAP). On view
will be broadsides, artists'
postcards, bookmarks,
bumper stickers, books and
early "Free Poems," all pro-
duced on their small indepen-
dent press.

One-Man Show
In Birmingham

Edward Levine, a Michigan
resident, sets a one-man show
featuring recent oil paintings
at Xochiopilli Gallery of Bir-
mingham. It will run through
March 31.
Prominent in the exhibit
are colorful oil paintings of
Native Americans in ethnic
costumes juxtaposed with ur-
ban settings.

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