Curated By: Gary Mayer
It’s been said that the greatest friends have nothing in common and everything in common all at once. Join us as Black Box Gallery explores the works of a group of established artists – friends – hailing from an earlier era in Detroit’s Renaissance (plus a few relationships formed along the way!) whose works at first glance are seemingly different, yet collectively communicate as having much in common all at once. The experience of art as a story of life and friendship makes it the most unexpected, and most uncommon denominator of all, and begs the question if the lives of artists are simply different versions of the same story retold.