Jason Yates's interdisciplinary project deploys kitsch and abstraction to grapple with the social legacies and the lived present of Detroit.
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Dear President Obama: On Tuesday, January 12, when you deliver your final State of the Union address, you will have a tremendous opportunity to establish a profound legacy regarding one of the nation's most important domestic progra...
Funds are being raised to erect a monument at Fort Leavenworth to honor the first and only black Women's Army Corps unit to deploy overseas during World War II. The … Click to Continue »
DETROIT — It is easy, when considering the staggering legacy of human history, to think about it as a series of things that took place in the past.
Wasserman Projects, a new independent, interdisciplinary arts space, will open its doors in Detroit on September 25, 2015, during Detroit Design Week. Located in a renovated firehouse building in the historic Eastern Market district...