On view August 22, 2015 through January 3, 2016 at the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
The Heidelberg Project has been the life’s work of artist Tyree Guyton. It is one of the largest, best-known, and longest-running site-specific art installations in the country. Occupying more than two blocks along Heidelberg Street on Detroit’s East Side, the project has transformed its neighborhood, covering abandoned houses, the street, and the surrounding area with collections of found objects and vividly rendered paintings.
Come to see The Art of Tyree Guyton: A Thirty-Year Journey and join us in reflecting on what Mr. Guyton’s work has meant to the cultural life of Detroit and beyond!
UMMA is located at 525 South State Street at the University of Michigan.
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11 am–5 pm, Sunday 12–5 pm
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