Wayne State Art Collection

The Wayne State University Art Collection is used to educate, inspire, foster creative thinking and promote the advancement of social and cultural leadership. Founded in 1968, this evolving collection has grown to over 6500 works of art that celebrate Detroit artists, and features the most comprehensive collection of Detroit’s famed “Cass Corridor", a counter cultural art movement that flourished at and around the university during the mid 1960’s to late 1970’s. Many artists in this collection have become some of the most important visual artists to emerge from Detroit and whose voices are prominent in the international conversation on contemporary art today.

https://artmuseum.wayne.edu/collections

Gordon Newton (1948-2019)
Wheel of Fortune, 1976
Not for Sale
Gordon Newton (1948-2019)
Untitled (Swordfish), 1983-84
Not for Sale
Shiva Ahmadi
Hurtle, 2019
Not for Sale
Farah Al Qasimi
Fourth of July Fireworks, 2019
Not for Sale
Gilda Snowden (1954-2014)
John T, c. 1988
Not for Sale
Peter Williams
Barcelona, 2004
Not for Sale
Brenda Goodman
Untitled, 1983
Not for Sale
James Chatelain
Untitled, 1975
Not for Sale