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June 15, 1990 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-15

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FINE ARTS

MASSIMO
IOSA GHINI
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MAY 29 JUNE 23, 90

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Detroit Mi. 48202
Tel: 8 7 3 2 7 0 7

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designed it
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Saturday 10:00 - 5:00

PHONE: 357-4000

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WEEK OF
JUNE 15 - 21

ART SHOWS

FOUR WINDS
GALLERY
340 E. Maple,
Birmingham, "The Old
Show," through July 9,
baskets, pottery, jewelry,
kachinas and weavings,
free, 644-2150.
THE PRINT GALLERY
29203 Northwestern
Highway, Southfield,
floral paintings of New
York artist, Shelli Katz
Robiner, through July 31,
free, 356-5454.
RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake Rd.,
West Bloomfield, Summer
Show, through June 30,
free, 626-3111.
PIERCE STREET
GALLERY
217 Pierce Street,
Birmingham,
photography by Amy
Kahn and Lynn Cazabon,
free, 646-6950.
TROY ART GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver,
Summer Kaleidoscope,
paintings, graphics and
ceramics, June 20
through Aug. 31, free,
362-0112.
LEMBERG GALLERY
538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, Electra
Stamelos, watercolors,
through July 14, free,
642-6623.
ARTFUL DOMAIN
The Damon/Burdick
Gallery, 700 N.
Woodward, Birmingham,
outdoor sculpture,
through July 31, free,
646-2030.
ATRIUM GALLERY
113 N. Center, Northville,
Marilyn Blinder, 16
multi-media pictures,
through June, free,
349-4131.

CIVIC CENTER
GALLERY
Southfield Civic Center
Gallery, 26000 Evergreen
Road, Art Block Inc.
exhibit, June 18 through
June 29, free, 354-4717.

LAWRENCE STREET
GALLERY
29 W. Lawrence, Pontiac,
George R. Graveldinger,
paintings, through June
23, free, 334-6716.
T'MARRA GALLERY
111 N. 1st Street, Ann
Arbor, Joan Rosenblum,
pastels, Paul Stewart,
prints, through July 28,
free, 769-3223.
BLOOMFIELD
BIRMINGHAM
Bloomfield-Birmingham
Art Association, 1516 S.
Cranbrook, Birmingham,
"Impressions,
Expressions," through
June 23, free, 644-0866.
DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward Avenue,
"Andy Warhol: Fifteen
Minutes of Fame,"
through July 22,
admission, 833-2323.
JOY EMERY
131 Kercheval Avenue,
Grosse Pointe Farms,
"Harold Gregor:
Perspectives," through
June, free, 886-1444.
SYBARIS GALLERY
301 W. 4th Street, Royal
Oak, Basketry
Invitational, through
June 30, free, 544-3388.
PARK WEST
29469 Northwestern
Highway, Southfield,
Hungarian artist Laszlo
Dus, through June, free,
354-2343.
OCC
Royal Oak Campus of
Oakland Community
College, Alumni Exhibit,
through June 27, free,
544-4975.
CAROL HOOBERMAN
GALLERY
124 S. Woodward, Suite 3,
Birmingham, "Teapots
and Platters," through
June, free, 647-3666.
ROBERT KIDD
107 Townsend,
Birmingham, Aviva
Robinson, hand-made
paper reliefs, through
July 7, free, 642-3909.

2 Coburn Paintings
Exhibited At MSU

Bloomfield Hills artist Bar-
bara Coburn will have two-
paintings exhibited at the
Kresge Art Museum of
Michigan State University in-
East Lansing, June 10
through Aug. 16.

The juried show, "44th An-
nual Michigan Water Color
Society," wasjudged by artist
Paul Arnold, professor
emeritus of Overland College
in Overland, Ohio.
Coburn's
work
is

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