Matthew Hansel’s New Exhibition Opens January 24th

Matthew Hansel’s New Exhibition Opens January 24th

From The Artist One of the most remarkable aspects of standing in front of a painting is that you can stand in the exact place the artist stood. You have precisely the same physical relation to the object that the person who made it had when they created it. Roughly arms length away, you can(…)

Year in Review

Year in Review

It has been a dynamic year at Wasserman Projects, filled with exciting collaborations, sponsorships and experiences. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all of our guests and supporters for making 2014 our best year ever.  Without your support, we couldn’t continue to bring high-quality conceptual contemporary art to Detroit. And now with 2014 coming(…)

Letter from the Director

Letter from the Director

Dear Friends of Wasserman Projects, As we consolidate our space in Birmingham, we are empowered by the reception in the community and the art world to our determination to support and add to the vitality of the creative economy developing in Detroit.  Many comparisons are made to Brooklyn or Berlin, and while there are some(…)

Pop-up Brooklyn: Three Brooklyn artists showcased in Detroit: Kent Henricksen, Doug Young and Matthew Hansel | December 8, 2014 – January 16, 2015

Pop-up Brooklyn: Three Brooklyn artists showcased in Detroit: Kent Henricksen, Doug Young and Matthew Hansel | December 8, 2014 – January 16, 2015

Pop-up Brooklyn: Three Brooklyn artists showcased in Detroit          Kent Henricksen, Doug Young and Matthew Hansel December 8, 2014 through January 16, 2015 Kent Henricksen Kent Henricksen is an American artist based in New York whose work explores race, violence and identity through sculpture, painting, drawing, and installation. Henricksen came to prominence(…)

LAST DAY to view Let the Games Begin: Monday, November 10, 10AM-5PM

View the stunning Gerhardt Knodel exhibition which exemplifies tantalizing textile and mixed media works. Knodel’s exploration of art and life in the 21st century offers a unique experience for each of its viewers. Make sure you do not miss out; come visit Wasserman Projects before the closing.

Gerhardt Knodel at Cranbrook Art Museum October 26, 2014 at 4pm

Gerhardt Knodel at Cranbrook Art Museum October 26, 2014 at 4pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/1581758605379564/ Knodel will discuss how the field of textiles, once relatively isolated, is now a ubiquitous medium freely used in all disciplines of art. Knodel has worked through that history, and in his new body of work is probing fresh associations with the textile medium in relation to contemporary issues and its opportunity to function(…)

NEW LECTURE ADDED October 30, 2014 4pm

By popular demand we have added one more lecture in gallery with Gerhardt Knodel.  Join the artist as he speaks about his exhibition, “Let the Games Begin” currently showing at Wasserman Projects through November 10th.   Reservations required: Please call 248-220-4628 to reserve your place.

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