Art at the Network


The gallery is open to the public from 11am to 5pm Tuesday-Friday. 


Current Exhibit: Takeshi Takahara

The current exhibition by Takeshi Takahara represents the last nine years of his life, including the "Out of the Mudd" series, which is an ongoing project. All prints are Intaglio prints. The exhibit will be available through the end of July 2015.


Past Exhibits:


The Artificial Eye

A collection of works by the students from The Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan enrolled in artist and professor Robert Platt's Painting & The Artificial Eye course.


“Sangfroid: the art of keeping cool”

“Sangfroid: the art of keeping cool” is the culminating thesis show of seniors Will BeDell, Anya Klapischak, Joshua Kochis, and Grace Treado. This series of interdisciplinary experiments employs performance, video, painting, installation and print media, with explorations into the sensations of vulnerability and spirituality, the un/natural landscape and post-modern Americana. While each emerging artist’s piece expresses their acute individuality, their co-habitation within the Performance Network creates a new class of art that amounts to more than the sum of it's parts. Colloquially translated as "excessive composure or coolness under great pressure," sangfroid is the art of balancing rigorous academic standards and deeply personal creative instincts.