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A Day for Detroit in Review

by Ian Marshall on August 15, 2013
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We owe it to Tyler Green of Modern Art Notes for spearheading “A Day for Detroit” and provoking a veritable downpour of tweets and blog posts. Green urged fellow art bloggers to post their favorite works from the Detroit Institute of Arts and tweet with the hashtage #DayDetroit to raise awareness for the museum’s collection. Given the volume of activity, we spent the better part of our day summarizing what happened.

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In Our Masthead: Sarah McKenzie

by Art Fag City on May 13, 2008

Sarah McKenzie, Site, 2007, 48 x 72 inches

Sarah McKenzie Biography

Sarah McKenzie received her BA from Yale and her MFA in Painting from the University of Michigan. She is based in Colorado, and is represented in Denver by Robischon Gallery. In 2006, she was the first place winner of the National Young Painters Competition, hosted by Miami University of Ohio. Past exhibitions include the Katonah Museum of Art, the University of Akron, the Bemis Center, and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. McKenzie‘s work is currently on view in the exhibition “Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes” at the Walker Art Center, and in the exhibition “This Modern World” at the General Electric World Headquarters in Fairfield, Connecticut

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