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January 20, 1995 - Image 165

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-20

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RUSSIAN KIROV
BALLET PRINCIPALS

AND SOLOISTS FROM OTHER ST. PETERBURG'S THEATRES

NIKITA DOLGUSB1N: ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AND SOLOIST

"The famous scenes from the outstanding choreographic performances were performed
by participants of the St. Petersburg troupe, so brilliantly, that one could imagine them
soaring above the stage. They've showed us the beauty of the classical ballet and proved
their performances to be the historical document of Russian ballet."

of the most renowned artists in through Feb. 26, is a collection of
sculpture, drawings, paintings,
the field.
Included is work by Frank neon art, photography and ce-
Auerbach. The seldomly shown ramics from Mr. McGee's "Noah's
64-year-old artist was a contem- Ark" series, which he began in
porary of modern portrait mas- the 1980s. The collection demon-
ter Francis Bacon. Mr. strates the artist's appreciation
Auerbach's expressionistic can- for the equality of all of God's
vasses include rural landscapes. creatures.
Also noteworthy is the work of w '"'''"4,MASIMRSIMPr g'
OM,
Robert Arneson, a ceramic artist
whose subject is none other than
Robert Arneson.
The retrospective exhibit
"Charles McGee: Seeing Seven-
ty" in the Detroit Institute of Art's
Knight Gallery offers a visual
philosophy of one of Detroit's
most influential artists.
The exhibit, which runs

Edge Gallery Hosts Showing

Oakland County Prosecutor Bri-
an Zubel will have his first
gallery showing beginning with
a reception for the artist 6 p.m.
Jan. 27 at the Edge Gallery, 7 N.
Saginaw, Pontiac.
Mr. Zubel, a self-taught
painter, turns to art as a creative

and orderly relief from his duties
as prosecuting attorney. Truth
— Just Wait, a 6-foot representa-
tional pastel of a woman remi-
niscent of Joan of Arc, is the
centerpiece of the showing.
The Zubel showing will run
from Jan. 27-Feb. 3.

"Neu Ulmer Zeitung" Ulm Deutschland

I Part
Classical Ballet:

II Part
Modern:

Fragments from:
"Sleeping Beauty"
"Don Quixote"
"Esmeralda"
"Nutcracker"
"Flame of Paris," etc.

Ballet Miniatures by
LEONID YAKOBSON,
Music by Stravinsky,
Prokofief, Mozart,
R. Strauss & more

TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY!

WEST BLOOMFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

ROYAL OAK MUSIC THEATRE

FEBRUARY 4TH, SATURDAY, 2:00 p.m.

FEBRUARY 1ST, WEDNESDAY, 8:00 p.m.

4925 ORCHARD LAKE, WEST BLOOMFIELD

318 W. 4Th ST., ROYAL OAK
ALL SEATS $35.00

TICKETS: $20.00-$30.00

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT:

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(810) 855-9229
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BOX OFFICE (810) 546-7610

Urban Park Exhibitions

Detroit Art Center will open 1995
with exhibitions featuring pho-
tography, painting and prints.
Photographer Kris Essen will
present an exhibition of Polaroid
transfers prints titled "My
Style." These handmade one-of-
a-kind prints, often on watercol-
or paper, are soft and moody.
Thomas Atkins captures the
beauty of Michigan's historic
Great Lakes lighthouses. Spec-
trum Photo Art and Design of
Farmington Hills will present a
selection of studio and landscape
photography including skyline
and city shots of Detroit.

"Eat Drink and Be Wary," the
latest exhibit of Suzi Chick, looks
at food from an outrageous per-
spective, and also features works
by Brian Chick. "Four From the
River's Edge" is select solo exhi-
bitions by artists affiliated with
the River's Edge Gallery of
Wyandotte. The artists, Jim
Slack, Ken Browne, Jeff Rees and
Leo Kushel offer an insightful
and often humorous look at to-
day's world.
Urban Park is located on the
third level of Trappers Alley, in
Historic Greektown, Detroit, and
is open seven days a week.

FULL SERVICE GALLERY

Offering a large selection of:
• Sculpture • Original Paintings • Limited Edition Lithographs,
Serigraphs and Etchings • Hand Blown Glass • Collectables.

Local Artist Shows Work

CHALEFF

Gail Eisner's exhibition includes
a selection of oils, drawings, etc.,
depicting the nude figure. She
shows her images assuming var-
ious poses and physical attitudes
— standing, seated, reclining in
a studio environment. They ap-
pear not only as "models" but life-
force icons that come alive and

go beyond mere external 0-
pearance into a psychological, in-
ner encounter.
This exhibition can be seen
through Feb. 11, at the Sinclair
College Triangle Gallery, 444
West Third Street, Building 13,
Dayton, Ohio.

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Art Fair In Greektown

The 1995 Greektown Art Fair,
produced by the Greektown Mer-
chants Association in cooperation
with the Michigan Guild of
Artists and Artisans, will be May
19-21.
Fine artists and contemporary

craftspeople interested in par-
ticipating may obtain applica-
tions to jury from the Guild.
Deadline for submissions is Feb.
3. For information, call the Guild,
(313) 662-3382.

THOMAS MCKNIGHT

JURGEN GORG

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self-examination —
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