Detroit Art Week 2018

Detroit Art Week, produced by Olu & Company, is an annual self-guided tour and celebration of contemporary art and culture in Detroit. For three days, Detroit's art scene invites visitors to attend gallery and museum tours, open studios, intimate studio and site visits, artist talks, and various special programs, alongside the parties, music, nightlife, and culinary experiences that make summers in Detroit so beautiful.
DAW is free and open to the public.

July 20 – 22, 2018

Galleries
Can We Touch It?
Galerie Camille
Color-aid
Wasserman Projects
LaKela Brown: Material Relief
Reyes Projects
Mario Moore: Recovery
David Klein Gallery
Fruiting Body
Bahamas Biennale
Root of the Head: Karen Azoulay, Bianca Beck, and Kylie Lockwood
Simone DeSousa Gallery
XERISCAPE
Library Street Collective
A Difficult Pair
Playground Detroit
Here and Now
Dell Pryor Gallery
Andrew D. Olivo 6.7.89-6.7.18
What Pipeline
Paradise Travel Company by Jova Lynne
Popps Emporium
Institutions
Rejecting Reality
Red Bull Arts Detroit
: this is not Detroit
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
Rhythm, Repetition, and Vocab
Detroit Institute of Arts
American Gods
N'Namdi Contemporary Art Center
Daybreak
Holding House
Open Scene
N'Namdi Contemporary Art Center
Site Visits + Open Studios
The 2018 Applebaum Photography Fellows
Darkroom Detroit
G.O.A.T.
Power House Productions
Tour and Q&A
The Heidelberg Project
Open Studio
Cave
Studio Visits
Cristin Richard
Scott Hocking
Scott Vincent Campbell
Hamtramck Ceramck
Chris Schanck
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Jenna Gribbon, Luncheon on the grass, a recurring dream, 2020. Jenna Gribbon, April studio, parting glance, 2021. Jenna Gribbon, Silver Tongue, 2019