There’s a new universe awaiting discovery at The Heidelberg Project Gallery. Not just the artworks on display, these are the worlds of perspective residing inside the mind of each visitor to the iconic Detroit artscape.
Discover the work of a new talent when The Heidelberg Project Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by artist Flaco Shalom. The exhibition, “The Lovesick Moon,” opens Saturday, Feb. 25. The image depicts a detail from his painting .
Flaco Shalom is the Heidelberg Project’s first Emerging Artist of 2012. Created to advance the art movement in Detroit, the Heidelberg Project Emerging Artist Program will showcase rising talents in the HP gallery on a rotating basis with four showings per year.
The Emerging Artist Program represents student and working artists in diverse fields, including performance, visual arts and letters. Learn more about how the Heidelberg Project works with students and up-and-coming artists, visit the Emerging Artist Program.
The public is invited to an Opening Reception on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 6-8 p.m. Guests will have a chance to meet the artist and tour the exhibit. Complimentary drinks and appetizers will be served. Performances by local singer-songwriter Britney Stoney also will be enjoyed. The reception and exhibit are free and open to all.
The Heidelberg Project is located at 42 Watson Street, Detroit, Michigan, 48201. To learn more about the Heidelberg Project, please call (313) 974-6894 or visit online.