Steve Foust, Greg Murphy, and Nancy Pletos    Cass Corridor: Connecting Times     July 15 – August 19, 2017



Simone DeSousa Gallery is pleased to launch Cass Corridor: Connecting Times, a 52-page limited-edition color gallery publication covering the series of Cass Corridor artists exhibitions, curated by Nancy Mitchnick, the gallery presented from April through August of 2017. The book includes new essays by Dennis Alan Nawrocki, Sarah Rose Sharp, Ryan Standfest, and Timothy van Laar.

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Cass Corridor: Connecting Times:

Simone DeSousa Gallery is pleased to present Cass Corridor: Connecting Times, a series of exhibitions of past Cass Corridor artists curated by Nancy Mitchnick.

From the mid sixties through the late seventies, Cass Corridor was the home of an art community that at the time was regarded as Detroit’s avant-garde, a counter-culture art movement shaped by the anxieties of the city—poverty, race, the Viet Nam war, industrial decline—and the optimism of new life styles, protests, music, and art. Often described as “Urban Expressionism,” the art was usually tough and gritty, process-oriented, and personal, but in contrast with its general reputation, it could also be lyrical and delicate, systematic and elegant. It was art of resistance and survival. [Read more]


Simone DeSousa Gallery is pleased to present a special summer feature at our EDITION space: “Too Much Not Enough,” featuring prints, ceramics, and sculptural assemblages by Andrea Eckert and Nathan Tonning.

The work included in the exhibition is a series of reflections on control, compromise, and surrender in relation to the shared operation of a household. Ailing parents, temporary pets, and daily routine become manifest as pattern, language, and image.

The works will be on view from July 15 through August 19, with an opening reception on Saturday, July 15, from 6 to 9 pm.