FLINT — The Flint Institute of Arts will open the exhibition Marylyn Dintenfass: Auto Biography & Other Anecdotes on Dec. 10 in the Graphic Arts Gallery. The exhibition brings the artist’s automotive-themed works on paper to Michigan and highlights her innovative and unique artistic vision. The exhibition will be at the museum through Feb. 12.
Dintenfass has had a long history of interest in the stylish, sexy, shiny, speedy, supercharged automobiles with their screaming engines and smoking tires. Her abstract, gestural, high-color artworks are powerful visualizations of her aesthetic response to automobiles. Modern Painters magazine named Dintenfass’ October 2011 exhibition at Babcock Gallery in New York, as one of the 100 Best Fall Shows Worldwide.”
The Flint Institute of Arts is located just two blocks off I- 475 in the Flint Cultural Center between the University of Michigan-Flint and Mott Community College. Admission is free for this exhibition. Details: Call 810-234- 1695. — G.G.