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September 7th – January 7th
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm; Thursday & Friday 11am-8pm
Trained professionally in the fine arts, Process takes us on a journey into the mind of Tyree Guyton. Process will include drawings and studies that illustrate Guyton’s creative consideration and deepest influences. Work that will be highlighted in Process includes paintings from Guyton’s “Faces of God” series: portrait-based works that imagine city dwellers as god—an ever changing entity and philosophy. Process will give viewers a glimpse into the artist’s influences and will include pieces that speak to Guyton’s relationship with family and community—in particular his grandfather, artist Sam Mackey, who deeply shaped the artist’s practice. Process will present works that speak to the manifestation of Heidelberg Project and the artist’s archive, including sketches and photographs. Please join us as we dig deeply into Guyton’s creative practice and bear witness to the process of one of the most influential artists of our time.
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Add to Calendar 09/07/2019 01/07/2019 America/Detroit Process Trained professionally in the fine arts, Process takes us on a journey into the mind of Tyree Guyton. Process will include drawings and studies that illustrate Guyton’s creative consideration and deepest influences. Work that will be highlighted in Process includes paintings from Guyton’s “Faces of God” series: portrait-based works that imagine city dwellers as god—an ever changing entity and philosophy. Process will give viewers a glimpse into the artist’s influences and will include pieces that speak to Guyton’s relationship with family and community—in particular his grandfather, artist Sam Mackey, who deeply shaped the artist’s practice. Process will present works that speak to the manifestation of Heidelberg Project and the artist’s archive, including sketches and photographs. Please join us as we dig deeply into Guyton’s creative practice and bear witness to the process of one of the most influential artists of our time. 4454 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Michigan 48201 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
Tickets:
Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: FREE. MOCAD suggests a donation of $5 for entry into its exhibitions. This donation is offered on a sliding scale, which allows the public to “pay what they can.” Members, students and children under the age of 12 will continue to receive free admission.
Phone for tickets/more information: (313) 832-6622
Email for tickets/more information: [email protected]
Website for tickets/more information: https://mocadetroit.org/228-thirty-years-heidelberg/
Parking Cost and Availability:
Parking at MOCAD is free for our visitors! Our parking lot is located off of Garfield Street. We recommend taking John R to Garfield.
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