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The Art of Rube Goldberg is the first comprehensive survey exhibition in nearly 50 years that demonstrates the artistic talent and endless imagination of the legendary American cartoonist and illustrator, Rube Goldberg (1883-1970).
Black Waves: The Tattoo Art of Leo Zulueta is a visual biography of the man largely responsible for the popularization of tribal tattooing. The exhibition’s narrative format draws on Zulueta’s personal and cultural history, as well as the historical cultures that greatly influenced his work.
GRAM’s collection has returned to our level 3 galleries! As the heart of the Museum, our collection is constantly growing and changing—just like the city it serves.
Organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts, this exhibition juxtaposes two 19th century seaside scenes by French painters Èdouard Manet and William Adolphe Bouguereau from the DIA’s world-renowned collection.
ArtPrize returns to GRAM this year with a diverse array of contemporary art in a broad spectrum of media.
Shown on four contiguous video screens, Video Quartet is a montage of more than 700 individual film clips in which characters play instruments, sing, or make noise in one form or another. Artist Christian Marclay spent a year meticulously editing these snippets of sound and video into a new unified composition.
Organized by GRAM, this unique exhibition showcases Warhol’s celebration of America by bringing together a selection of unique paintings, prints and photographs.
Alexis Rockman: The Great Lakes Cycle explores the past, present, and future of North America’s Great Lakes–one of the world’s most emblematic and ecologically significant ecosystems.