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December 31, 1993 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-31

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he current Detroit In-
stitute of Arts exhibi-
tion, "Decorative Arts
1900: Highlights from
Private Collections in
Detroit," contains 130 ob-
jects made near the turn of
the century. Peter Barnet,
associate curator of Euro-
pean sculpture and dec-
orative arts and MaryAnn
Wilkinson, associate cura-
tor of 20th century art, have
collaborated to select the
works from local collectors,
most of whom have collected
for the last two decades.
The items range from the
oak furniture of Gustav
Stickley to the delicate glass
from Tiffany and the
geometric designs of Josef
Hoffmann. The all-media
exhibit draws from Britain,
America and Europe. The
exhibition begins with Ed-
win Goodwin's sideboard, a
major monument in the his-
tory of modern furniture.
Janis and William
Wetsman contributed a
Louis Sullivan window to
the exhibit. The Wetsmans
have collected decorative
arts for many years and own
a namesake gallery in
downtown Birmingham.
Many of the items by Lali-
que are from the collection of
Laurie and Joel Shapiro.
Interior designers Bobbye
and David Goldburg have
lent a Frank Lloyd Wright
window, a Peter Behrens
chair and a Louis Sullivan
grille from the Chicago
Stock Exchange Building.
Barbara and Mickey
Nemer have contributed a
Paul Follot art deco style

Tiffany lamp

coffee and tea service. Some
of the other lenders in the
exhibit are: Gary and
Melissa Lipton and Reva
and Lawrence Stocker.
According to the curators,
the 25 Detroit-area collec-
tions represented are
remarkable for the large
number of rare and unique
pieces. They believe much of
the material exhibited is
new even to people knowl-
edgeable about decorative
arts. When asked why
Detroit has such a fine and
recent collection, the cura-
tors theorize that perhaps
the proximity of Cranbrook
and Pewabic Pottery and the
strength of the Society of
Arts and Crafts have in-
fluenced the residents.
This stellar exhibit runs
through Jan. 9. For more in-
formation, call the DIA at
833-7900.

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