Shylo Arts

A site-specific installation space designed to engage emerging interdisciplinary artists seeking to create sensory experiences thriving beyond the canvas. Thi space is undoubtedly unique, as it was originally constructed in 1923 as a synagogue, built to serve a once predominantly Jewish community. Over time, it became Shiloh Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, officially closing its doors in 2012. In 2017, the remnants of this structure were reimagined as a creative sanctuary for artists traveling throughout Detroit. 

Marcellus Armstrong
Untitled Chinese Slipper, 2020
Cyrah Dardas
Aban, 2020
Available: $1,100
Clare Gatto
Mucosa (no.9654), 2020
Available: $300
Lehna Huie
Jackfruit, 2020
Available: $500
Meg Kelley
Shy, 2020
Available: $350
Jova Lynne
Waiting on Paradise, 2019
Available: $1,500
Sara Nishikawa
Untitled Basket, 2019
Available: $550
Alberte Tranberg
Frame (Window), 2019