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    "The Mobile Homestead" in front of the abandoned Detroit Central Train Station, Mike Kelley. From The Whitney Biennial 2012

  • Posey Gruener

    Whitney Biennial 2012 Critics' Pick Whitney Museum of American Art, Tomorrow 11am–6pm; Fri 1pm–9pm; Sat - Sun 11am–6pm; Wed 11am–6pm. Ending: Sun May 27 11am–6pm945 Madison Ave (at 75th St) (212) Subway: 6 to 77th StGet directions $18; seniors, adults 19–25 and students $12; ages 18 and under free

  • Silkflower Depot

    Before his untimely death 16 months ago, Detroit native Mike Kelley was one of the most successful artists living in Los Angeles, but in many ways his work always reflected his Motor City roots. “A lot of his art came out of growing up here—it was kind of a love-hate relationship,” says Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit founding director Marsha Miro. Kelley’s installation Mobile Homestead, an exact replica of the artist’s childhood home in Westland, Michigan, will serve as a visitors center ...

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