The Salad Days

The Salad Days

The Salad Days 2000 through 2012 brought a renaissance of self-made artist run spaces in Detroit. Rent was low, space was unlimited, and artists cooperated to bring engaging shows. Coming off a prosperous decade and a world being reshaped by the internet, this was a...
Art for the Holidays 2020

Art for the Holidays 2020

Art for the Holidays 2020 DAM is pleased to present Art for the Holidays, the original and longest-running holiday art market in Michigan. Guests will enjoy a brilliant display of one-of-a-kind gifts for everyone on their shopping list, created by hundreds of...
Maya Stovall and Todd Stovall: Positions

Maya Stovall and Todd Stovall: Positions

Maya Stovall and Todd Stovall: Positions In this concurrent solo exhibition, Maya Stovall and Todd Stovall face head-on the tension of being artists with the same last name. In an exhibition spanning objects, technology, and more, the artists push both their...
Multifaceted Narratives: An Exploration of Black Figurative Art

Multifaceted Narratives: An Exploration of Black Figurative Art

Multifaceted Narratives: An Exploration of Black Figurative Art Multifaceted Narratives is a multimedia exhibition that features Black figurative works by Black artists based in Detroit. This exhibition seeks to present many examples of the complexity of Black...
Dell Pryor: A Common Thread

Dell Pryor: A Common Thread

Dell Pryor: A Common Thread For nearly three decades, the Dell Pryor Gallery showcased new and established Detroit artists, and for 88 years the Detroit Artists Market has done the same. In the 1980s the two galleries were neighbors in Harmonie Park, and in the 1990s...
20 Days | 20 DAM Artists

20 Days | 20 DAM Artists

20 Days | 20 DAM Artists As we persevere through the current humanitarian and economic crisis, it’s important to continue supporting Detroit artists and organizations that advocate on their behalf. After all, the Detroit Artists Market was formed in 1932 during the...