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 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(…)
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.
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(…)
Gerhardt Knodel: Let the Games Begin September 16 – November 10 | Opening reception Saturday 20 September, 5-8pm
In the presence of the artist Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 5pm to 8pm. Internationally renowned artist Gerhardt Knodel presents a stunning exhibition of his tantalizing textile and mixed media works. This show premieres a body of new residential work that has not yet been exhibited or available to the public. It is also a preview of his traveling(…)
As an independent artist and as an Artist-in-Residence at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Elliott Earls has worked hard to engage issues of power, desire and commerce. His work is focused on the relationships between power, technology and media. Beginning in 1995, Earls spent the better part of ten years experimenting with a fusion of computer(…)
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.
Reuven Israel was born in Jerusalem in 1978. He lives and works in Tel Aviv-Jaffa. He studied at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, and holds both a BFA (2004) and an MFA(2007) with honors from this establishment. Israel’s sculptures are not abstractions of specific objects but rather outline symbols of a shared memory, evokeing(…)
Da Race, is Mitchell Schorr’s latest project. Da Race whimsically pits race cars against a homely, generic New York City ice cream truck as they exchange leads in advancing depictions around the city. Each successive location serves as a snapshot of the ever-progressing nip-and-tuck auto race, keeping the viewers in suspense about the eventual winner.(…)
Join us at the inaugural Downtown Fair at the 69th Regiment Armory in the heart of New York’s Flatiron District May 8 – 11. We will be presenting the work of John Dunivant, Elliott Earls, Gerhardt Knodel and Lauren Satlowski. The Downtown Fair will celebrate with an elegant invitation only High-Tea VIP Preview from 2-5(…)