EXHIBITING WORKS BY:

 

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PAUL EVANS

Rotating Paul Evans Studio pieces from the 1960s - 1970s. A metalworker, Evans had ties to Cranbrook, a studio in New Hope, Pennsylvania and a Manhattan showroom he shared with Phillip Lloyd Powell.

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Art & sculpture by Robert Sestok, a 2017 Kresge Arts Fellow. Sestok has been creating art since 1967 in Cass Corridor near his City Sculpture Park.

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HARRY BERTOIA

Exhibiting works by Harry Bertoia and The Bertoia Foundation. Harry Bertoia moved to Detroit in 1930 and attended Cranbrook Academy of Art 1937-1943.

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Showing works by self-taught furniture designer, Phil Powell, who incorporated found objects he acquired on his frequent travels into his works. Powell created less than a 1000 pieces in his lifetime.

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GEORGE NAKASHIMA

Wood works by George Nakashima, one of the leading innovators of 20th Century design and a father of the American Craft movement.

PAAVO TYNELL

Housing one of the largest collections by Paavo Tynell, a Finnish industrial designer known as "the man who illuminated Finland".