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March 13, 1992 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-13

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IN OUR TIME: THE WORLD AS SEEN BY

MAGNUM PHOTOGRAPHERS

Over 300 celebrated photographs taken worldwide,
1930s-1980s, by 60 renowned photojournalists

Gallery Opens
Winter Exhibit

Park West Gallery will
unveil its winter exhibition
and sale of new acquisitions
at a special preview 8 p.m.
March 6. The exhibition and
sale will run through April
23.
The collection features
more than 150 paintings,
watercolors, lithographs, et-
chings and serigraphs by
Alvar, Boulanger, Cambier,
Chagall, Dali, Fanch, Goya,
He Neng, Jiang, Lebadang,
Markos, Miro, Mouly, Picasso,
Picot, Rembrandt, Robbe,
Wolfson, Tarkay and Vasarely.
Park West Gallery is
located at 29469 North-
western Highway in South-
field. Gallery hours are
Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m.-6
p.m., Thursday and Friday, 10
a.m.-9 p.m. and Saturday and
Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
For information, call
354-2343.

Arts Center
Opens Exhibit

The Creative Arts Center's
exhibition Perceptions of
Women opens March 14
through April 23. The open-
ing reception will be 5-7 p.m.
March 14.
The exhibition will include
painting, sculpture,
photography and video by ar-
tists Sue Carman, Bertha
Cohen, Judy Eliyas, Annette
Fisher, Lila Kadaj, Valerie
Parks, Grace Serra, Dale
Sparage and Sally Schulter
Tardella.
The Creative Arts Center is
at 47 Williams Street, Pon-
tiac. Gallery hours are 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednes-
day, Thursday and Saturday.
For information, call
333-7849.

Quilt Exhibit
Opens In March

The tradition of quilt mak-
ing will come to the Detroit
area in the form of a national
exhibit of 21 contemporary
quilt artists, "Quilts As A
New Art Form 2," sponsored
by the Wetsman Collection in
Birmingham.
The exhibit will be held
Thursdays, Fridays and
Saturdays 1-5 p.m. March
19-April 11 at Artpack Ser-
vices, 31505 Grand River,
Door 10, in Farmington.
On April 4, Penny McMor-
ris will present "The Develop-
ment of Contemporary
Quilts" at 1 p.m. A curator of
quilts and corporate art con-
sultant, Ms. McMorris is a
partner with McMorris &
Crow, a fine art acquisition
and management firm.

Now through April 12

Magnum Annual Meeting, Paris, 1988, as documented by member/photojournalist Elliott Erwitt. © Elliott Erwitt, Magnum Photos, Inc.

THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART

2445 Monroe at Scottwood; 419.255-8000; Open Daily 10-4, Sunday 1-5, closed Monday.
Tickets available at the door or call 419-243-7000. Group tours available, 419-255-8000.

Sponsored by Professional Photography Division Eastman Kodak Company and organized by The American Federation of Arts in cooperation with The Minneapolis Institute
of Arts, the project was developed by Lisa Cremin and Associates and supported by a planning grant from Cray Research, Inc., Beverly J. and John A. Rollwagen.
The Toledo showing is supported in part by a grant from the Ohio Arts Council, with promotional support from The Blade, Northwest Ohio's newspaper.

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