Cass Corridor art movement more than merely tough
That's the sound bite summary of the Cass Corridor movement, the remarkable artistic flowering that sprouted around Wayne State University in the 1960s and '70s. In this distillation, these Detroit artists were making nothing but rough, collage-like constructions, working that "junk aesthetic" with objects scavenged from collapsing factories.
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#1 Mar 18, 2013
Tyree Guyton will remain the all time renowned master of junk art in Detroit and the Cass Corridor. Nobody knows how to hang an old pair of sneakers better.
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