Library Street Collective is the driving force behind the redevelopment of The Belt in downtown Detroit. Once a desolate alley, the area has been transformed into a thriving hub for public art over the last six years. Pop-up galleries, murals and installations from local and international artists have regenerated the former garment district location, now a shining light in the Motor City’s artistic renaissance.
This week sees the opening of Library Street Collective’s new permanent gallery space on The Belt. Situated on the ground floor of the former LB King and Company Building, the gallery has been designed by New York-based collaborative design practice Snarkitecture, founded by Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen.
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