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American Dreaming: Car Style Detroit

A walking tour of the exhibit will be conducted by artists whose work is featured, art historians, and the curators of the exhibit, Robert Edwards and Greg Salustro. They will discuss the art of the automotive industry and its place in American art history. American Dreaming: Car Style Detroit presents more than 50 works of art created in Detroit’s automotive studios from the middle decades of the 20th century, a period considered the “Golden Age” of automotive design.

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  • Scarab Club

    217 Farnsworth St., Detroit Detroit

    313-831-1250

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