Exhibitions & Events

Big Six Art Auction Online Fundraiser

Dear Friends,

We are happy to announce the Big Six Art Auction, DAM’s first-ever online fundraiser, Friday, November 27 – Saturday, December 12, 2020.

In 2014, DAM created a new tradition, an annual art auction gala held at iconic Detroit locations. The premise was simple. We selected artists whose work we admired, and we created a festive fundraising event around them. This year, against challenging circumstances, DAM presents the Big Six Art Auction, an online event featuring original work from—you guessed it—six of our featured artists, including Anita Bates, Birgit Huttemann-Holz, Ava East, Robert Sestok, April Anue, and Phil Simpson. Bid online between November 27 and December 12, and visit the gallery during that same time to see the works displayed at DAM’s Art for the Holidays event. Reserve your tickets now, and you will receive the auction site link via email on November 27th.


Liz Tintinalli

Roger Garrett

Eleanor Marsh

Kate Baker and Geoff Blumenthal

Interested in sponsoring Big Six? Contact Matt Fry at 313-832-8540 or mfry@detroitartistsmarket.org. To donate, click here.


Art for the Holidays 2020

Friday, November 13 – Wednesday, December 30, 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 Michigan’s finest artists. Gift items include: ceramics, paintings, photography, jewelry, textiles, glass-work, sculptures, cards, prints and more! DAM will also offer hundreds of hand-crafted ornaments ranging from dazzling, traditional glass ornaments to playful and unconventional styles.

Art for the Holidays opens on November 13, 5 – 9 p.m. with “First Grabs Friday”, and will be on view through December 30.

The call for entry to Art for the Holidays is now closed.


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 respective practices to the limit, linking post-minimalism, research, and ancestral spiritual practices.

Opening Reception:

Friday, September 25, 2020. RSVP only – attendance limited. No walk-ups. RSVP at Eventbrite.

Jack O. Summers Featured Artist:

Bana Kabalan, Sculptures


Elton Monroy Duran