‘Get Together’ puts 150 Detroit-based artists on display in a single gallery

One of the largest group shows of Detroit artists is on display now through May 6 at the Reyes | Finn contemporary art gallery in Corktown.

Rows of varied works of art hang on white walls in a gallery.

Installation view of Get Together, Reyes | Finn, Detroit, 2023.

Over 150 Detroit-based artists in a single gallery.

That’s the ambitious scope of “Get Together,” the massive group show now on display through May 6 at the Reyes | Finn contemporary art gallery in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood.

The exhibition offers a partial snapshot of how extensive the city’s art scene is, pulling from early career artists fresh out of school to Detroit icons like 82-year-old Allie McGhee, whose abstract expressionist paintings are on display at “Get Together.” A full list of artists in the show is listed on Reyes | Finn’s website.

Bridget Finn is the director of the Reyes | Finn gallery. She joined CultureShift to discuss the significance of a group show of this scale and the importance of making the art gallery an accessible space for all.

Listen: Gallerist Bridget Finn talks “Get Together” group show and “PASC, Portfolios and Pizza” event.

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  • Ryan Patrick Hooper
    Ryan Patrick Hooper is the award-winning host of "In the Groove" on 101.9 WDET-FM Detroit’s NPR station. Hooper has covered stories for the New York Times, NPR, Detroit Free Press, Hour Detroit, SPIN and Paste magazine.