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Cranbrook Art Museum’s Curator of Contemporary Art and Design Laura Mott discusses what elements make a great art exhibition, her favorite Andy Warhol designed album cover and more on the art and culture blog SLICE Ann Arbor. Read the full interview here.
“Warhol: Under the Covers at Cranbrook”
Listen to Cranbrook Art Museum’s Curator of Contemporary Art and Design, Laura Mott, discuss how Andy Warhol used the album cover as a consistent medium throughout his entire career.
“Cranbrook exhibit showcases Andy Warhol’s famed album covers”
Michael Hodges, Detroit News Fine Arts Writer
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“Best of the best: 5 fun things to do June 19-25″
By Greg Crawford, Detroit Free Press
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“Cranbrook to exhibit Andy Warhol record covers”
By Lee DeVit, Metro Times Detroit
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“Warhol on Vinyl: Cranbrook Shows Off Andy’s Record Covers”
By Jessica Carreras, IXITI
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“Andy Warhol on Vinyl exhibit with nearly 100 album covers to make world premiere in Detroit”
By Eric Lacy, MLive
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The Seen, Chicago’s International Online Journal of Contemporary & Modern Art, recently visited the current exhibition My Brain Is in My Inkstand: Drawing as Thinking and Process and said the exhibition asks viewers “to dig deeper into the discipline of drawing – to understand it as evidence of a space where thought and action overlap, and continuously unfold into processes, rather than two distinct stages of completion.”
Read the full review here.
The Detroit Free Press takes an inside look at the upcoming performance from the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings at Cranbrook Art Museum, and the innovative way the group plans to get the audience “more involved in the creation of art,” says Maury Okun, executive director of Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings. Click here for the full story.