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Rethinking Monuments: American Sculpture in its Time, 1850-2000 is jointly organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts, Krasl Art Center, Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum, and the Grand Rapids Art Museum. Over a year of planning and collaboration between the museums contributed to the final exhibition. Join KAC as we connect with them to learn more about the artworks on view. 

Artwork: Tyree Guyton. Rosa Parks, Heidelberg Fragment. 1986. Oil paint on street sign. Detroit Institute of Arts, gift of Tyree and Karen Guyton of the Heidelberg Project, in memory of Sam Mackey. Image courtesy of Tyree Guyton.Photo of artist David Kail.

[Image description: A green street sign says “Rosa Parks” next to a drawing of a bus. The fragment is worn and textured.]