From the Metal Museum:
Join us this weekend on Saturday, July 24 at 3pm for an opening reception and artist talk!
Tributaries: Tiff Massey | Everyday Arsenal is a solo exhibition featuring work by interdisciplinary artist Tiff Massey.
On July 24, visit the Museum in person OR tune in to the artist talk virtually via Zoom. In-person attendees can reserve a timed ticket to see Massey’s large-scale jewelry installation in the Keeler Gallery and enjoy refreshments on the Museum grounds.
The gallery talk begins promptly at 3pm.
Tributaries: Tiff Massey | Everyday Arsenal will be on view through September 26, 2021.
For in-person RSVP, “Opening Reception for “Tributaries: Tiff Massey | Everyday Arsenal” click here.
To attend the artist talk virtually, please RSVP here.
About the Artist
Tiff Massey | @tiff_massey
Tiff Massey is an interdisciplinary artist from Detroit, MI. She holds an MFA in metalsmithing from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Her work, inspired by African standards of economic vitality, includes both large-scale and wearable sculptures, music, and performance.
Massey counts the iconic material culture of 1980’s hip-hop as a major influence in her jewelry.
She uses contemporary observances of class and race through the lens of an African diaspora, combined with inspiration drawn from her experience in Detroit.