Join us for a photowalk though the amazing Detroit Institute of Arts.
There is the Van Gogh on loan
And of course:
Motor CIty Muse; Detroit Photographs, Then and Now
"For more than 70 years, photographers have found inspiration for their work from the people, city streets, and automobile culture of Detroit. This exhibition includes select photographers who, through their personal vision and photographic skill, have captured subjects, past and present, specific to Detroit, its changing landscape, architecture and auto industry. Included are more than 100 photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Dave Jordano, Karin Jobst, Detroiters Nicola Kuperus, Russ Marshall and Bill Rauhauser, along with select members of the Detroit School of Automotive Photography. This exhibition has been organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts."
DIA Photography Policy
Photography Policy for Visitors
- Visitors may take photographs or film permanent collection only for personal, nondistributional or noncommercial use, and under the following conditions: •
- Flash photography, detachable lenses, camera bags, tripods, additional lights or extension cords are not allowed. • (Amy's Note - I will follow up, but I believe this means additional lenses - I have never, ever had a problem bringing my camera in before)
- The camera must be at least three (3) feet from the work of art. •
- Art is protected under the United States Copyright law, therefore reproduction, distribution or sale of photograph(s) is not permitted. •
- Photography is not allowed where a “No Camera” symbol appears. In addition, photography is not allowed in the following: o Special Exhibition galleries o Schwartz Galleries of Prints & Drawings o Albert and Peggy de Salle Gallery of Photography o Galleries with a “No Photography” sign or a “No Camera” symbol
- Failure to comply with this policy may cause you to be escorted from the area.
This event is $5 for Regular Members
Admission to the DIA is FREE for the Residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.*