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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-08

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NOT JUST A KITCHEN...

pher based in Chicago, Mr. Gross
has attained an instinctual insight
into the Zhous' working conditions
and produced a strong environ-
mental portrait of contemporary
art in its process. Using tech-
niques that often mimic the
painters' own style, Mr. Gross
throws off a reflection that is un-
canny and accurate. A simple and
straightforward gaze is often fused
with "time-blurs" and other de-
vices which bend perceptions of
time and foreground.
An artist's reception and sign-
ing will be held Saturday, Sept. 9,
from 7-9 pm. The exhibition will
continue through Oct. 28. Call
(810) 968-1190 for information or
to reserve copies of the book.

Pewabic Pottery
At The Library

"Pewabic Pottery and the Detroit
Public Library," an exhibit high-
lighting the work of Mary Chase
Stratton, founder of Pewabic Pot-
tery, and Cass Gilbert, architect
of the Detroit Public Library, will
be at the Main Library, 5201
Woodward Avenue, Sept. 12 - Oct.
28. The exhibit can be viewed dur-
ing library hours Tuesday, Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, 9:30
a.m. - 5:30 p.m., and Wednesday,
1 - 9 p.m.
Pewabic tiles illustrating tales
from Aesop's Fables adorn the fire-
place in the Biography Room of
the Main Library, formerly the
Children's Library, where children
once gathered for stories. On the
ceiling of the third floor loggia is
a mosaic depicting Shakespeare's
"Seven Ages of Man."
Workshops for children and a
hands-on exhibit in the Children's
Library will complement the
third-floor exhibit. On Saturday,
Sept. 16, (during the Detroit Fes-
tival of the Arts), from 2:30 - 4 p.m.
in front of the Biography Room
fireplace, Priscilla Jackson will tell
stores from Aesop's Fables and
Brer Rabbit. Afterward, children
can make rubbings from replicas
of the fireplace tiles which they
can display in the exhibit in the
Children's Library or take home.
On Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m.
in the Biography Room, there will
be a discussion of mosaics plus a
tour of the third-floor mosaic and
exhibit. A craft workshop for chil-
dren on making paper mosaics fol-
lows.

Menorot
On Display

Chanukah will come early this
year at the Jewish Museum San
Francisco. From Nov. 12 through
Dec. 25, the Jewish Museum will
present "Light Interpretations: A
Chanukah Menorah Invitation-
al," featuring 130 unique, con-
temporary interpretations of the
menorah.

The menorahs featured in
"Light Interpretations" will rep-
resent a wide variety of media and
are the creations of well-known
Jewish and non-Jewish artists,
designers and architects from
throughout the United States. Ar-
chitects Richard Meier and Stan-
ley Saitowitz; ceramicists Bennett
Bean, Viola Frey and David
Gilhooly, glass artisans Therman
Statom, Dale Chilhuly (in collab-
oration with Lino Tagliapietro)
and Richard Marquis; sculptors
Fletcher Benton and Peter Shire;
textile artist Gaza Bowen;
painters Tom Holland, Robert
Hudson and William T. Wiley; fur-
niture designers Wendy Maruya-
ma and Cheryl Riley; metaLsmith
Albert Paley; and mixed media
artists Ithlo Scanga and Michael
Lucero are just a few of the artists
who are participating in this ex-
hibition.

Film Festival
In Canada

The 20th annual Toronto Inter-
national Film Festival announced
its line up for this year's festival.
Le Confessional, Robert Lep-
age's cinematic directorial debut,
will be the opening night Viacom
Gala. The festival will run Sept.
7-16, in the heart of downtown
Toronto.
Joining the Viacom Galas will
be two world premieres. Claude
Sautet's Nelly Et Monsieur Ar-
naud, is a May-December ro-
mance featuring Emmanuelle
Beart and Michel Serrault. Mort
Ransen's Margaret's Museum,
stars Helena Bonham Carter as
a woman who is determined to
avoid the coal mines of Cape Bre-
ton at all costs.
Four Viacom Galas will make
their North American premieres.
Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite,
is a stylistically audacious look at
the lives, loves and follies of mid-
dle-class New Yorkers. Sean
Penn's second feature, The Cross-
ing Guard, stars Jack Nicholson,
Angelica Huston and David Morse
in a revenge drama. Screen leg-
ends James Earl Jones and
Richard Harris co-star in Cry, The
Beloved Country, director Darrell
James Roodt's heartbreaking
adaptation of Alan Paton's classic
novel. Tomas Butierrez Alea and
Juan Carlos Tabio's Guantanam-
era is a comedy about second
chances, coffins, car pooling and
bureaucracy.

Group Exhibit
Of Artists

The 1995 Group Exhibition and
Sale of the Michigan Association
of Artists will be held at the
Southfield Civic Center Pavilion
from Friday, Oct. 6, through Sun-
day, Oct. 8. The exhibition will be

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