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Essay'd 2 : 30 Detroit Artists (Paperback) (Dennis Alan Nawrocki & Steve Panton & Matthew Piper & Sarah

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&p&&i&Essay’d 2: 30 Detroit Artists &/i&follows the welcome reception of last year’s &i&Essay’d: 30 Detroit Artists&/i& in presenting short, illustrated essays about artists who live and work in Detroit, or who have participated in the Detroit art scene in an important way. Stemming from the popular website of the same name, the first volume of &i&Essay’d&/i& sought to introduce readers, even those who are well-versed in the Detroit art ecosystem, to new insight and a fresh perspective on the city’s contemporary art practitioners. The four arts writers behind &i&Essay’d&/i&—a professor, a gallerist, and two critics—are joined in &i&Essay’d 2&/i& by a handful of guest writers, whose unique views offer different points of access to Detroit’s diverse and populous artist community. &/p&&p&&i&Essay’d 2&/i& offers thirty new profiles of artists both well-known and under-the-radar, seasoned and emerging. Advancing the argument that there are as many kinds of Detroit art as there are individual artists, the authors write about work created in a wide range of media, from painting, photography, ceramics, and textiles to performance, installation, and architectural intervention, produced in a kaleidoscopic array of individual styles. Some of the artists this volume highlights include S. Kay Young, an attendee of the College for Creative Studies with a thirty-year photography career; multimedia artist Adam Lee Miller, who is one half of the band ADULT; fiber artist and 2015 Kresge fellow Carole Harris; and master staff carver / mosaicist David Philpot. &/p&&p&While Detroit has long been home to a storied and industrious community of artists, there has been relatively little writing that explores, analyzes, and contextualizes their work. Now, with renewed regional, national, and international attention being paid to Detroit and its creative culture, it is more important than ever that the evolving and vital work of the city’s artists be documented and made known to the wider public. The new essays collected here, written in a format that is at once in-depth and accessible, continue the authors’ ongoing mission to introduce the Detroit art community to the world, one artist at a time. Art lovers and regional history buffs will appreciate this continued conversation.&/p&
Number of Pages: 148
Genre: Art
Series Title: Painted Turtle
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Wayne State Univ Pr
Volume number: 2
Author: Dennis Alan Nawrocki & Steve Panton & Matthew Piper & Sarah Rose Sharp
Language: English
Street Date: August 7, 2017
TCIN: 52835008
UPC: 9780814344156
Item Number (DPCI): 248-48-7234
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