The city of Northville will help the Detroit Institute of Arts celebrate its 125th anniversary this year by displaying some its artwork in Town Square.
The DIA is producing 40 works of art from its permanent collection for outdoor installation in various Southeast Michigan communities.
The project is modeled after an exhibit, the Grand Tour, organized by staff from the National Gallery in London, who in summer 2007 installed framed reproductions of its most popular paintings throughout the streets of Soho. (See www.thegrandtour.org.uk/index.html).
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