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Summer Exhibitions at Cranbrook Art Museum

Top Left: Kehinde Wiley, Passing/Posing (St. Zeno), 2004. Top Right: Tunde Olaniran by photographer Bre'Ann White. Bottom: Tyrrell Winston, Neighborhood Star, 2020. Uploaded by dowensby
In June, Cranbrook Art Museum will open three exciting new summer exhibitions, including the debut of the first film by Flint-based musician Tunde Olaniran; an exhibition of works from the acclaimed Mott-Warsh Collection of contemporary art; and the first solo museum exhibition by artist Tyrrell Winston. All exhibitions will be open to the public on June 18.

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  • Cranbrook Art Museum

    39221 N. Woodward Ave., P.O. Box 801 Greater Birmingham Area

    (877) 462-7262

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