‘Come On Ouevre’ To The Robert Kidd Gallery

BTL Staff
By | 2013-05-16T09:00:00-04:00 May 16th, 2013|Entertainment|

Left: Otto Duecker’s “One Second Later.” Center: Duecker’s “Newton’s Apples.” Right: Stephen Duren’s “Untitled No. 2511.”

Birmingham’s Robert Kidd Gallery will host artwork by Otto Duecker, Stephen Duren, Andrew Krieger, and Dennis Wojtkiewicz in “Come on Ouevre.” This vibrant collection of paintings presents a fresh look at contemporary realism, representing the energetic coming of spring. Two of the artists hail from Michigan, with Grosse Pointe native Krieger presenting his creative constructed forms, known for appearing as optical illusions.
Robert Kidd Gallery was founded by Cranbrook graduates Robert Louis Kidd and Ray Frost Fleming in 1976. The two-level gallery is known for its expansive exhibition space, its promotion of notable emerging contemporary artists and its presentation of 20th century masters such as Milton Avery and Helen Frankenthaler. Services for acquisitioning and de-accessioning of artwork is also available.
The “Come On Oeuvre” exhibit will run through June 1 at the Robert Kidd Gallery, 107 Townsend St., Birmingham. For more information, visit http://www.robertkiddgallery.com or call 248-642-3909.

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