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Fair Presentation

Jova Lynne: Mitosis
NADA New York 2024
BOOTH 4.11

May 2 - May 5, 2024

Selected by The New York Times as one of the Standouts at NADA New York 2024.

Fair Review: "Standouts at NADA New York, the Fair for Up-and-Comers" Will Heinrich, The New York Times.

The Best Booths at NADA New York, From Sci-Fi Utopias to Remixed Folklore. 

READ Fair Review: "The Best Booths at NADA New York, From Sci-Fi Utopias to Remixed Folklore" Tessa Soloman, ARTnews.

Jova Lynne’s presentation with Matéria Gallery explores identity and loss.

READ Fair Review: "The New Art Dealers Alliance fair returns to New York’s Chelsea with off-the-wall works" Torey Ackers, The Art Newspaper.



Tyanna Buie: Input/Output
(Core City Location)
April 6 - May 25, 2024



John Rowland: Frequencies
(Cass Corridor Location)
April 20 - May 25, 2024
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 20, 6-8 pm

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Matéria EDITION 

Ceramics 2024
A Special Presentation including works by Sara Nishikawa, Virginia Rose Torrence, Henry James Haver Crissman, Heidi Bjørgan, and Ross Junior Owusu.

Next door to Matéria Core City throughout the month of April


Gallery News

Cass Corridor’s Simone DeSousa Gallery changes name to Matéria, adds second location in Core City

The new gallery will open this September during the Detroit Month of Design

By Randiah Camille Green on Thu, Aug 17, 2023 at 11:08 am

Thank you to writer Randiah Camille Green and Metro Times for a timely article about the opening of our second space in Detroit and the unveiling of our new name!

“Simone DeSousa Gallery is re-entering the chat as Matéria.

The Cass Corridor gallery is not only changing its name but is adding a second location in Detroit's Core City neighborhood at 4725 16th St.

Just in time for the Detroit Month of Design, the Core City Matéria will open with two concurrent exhibits on Saturday, Sept. 9 — Megan Heeres’s solo show Tending Time and Bilge Nur Saltik’s Form&Seek: Poetic. An opening reception is set for 6-8 p.m. and both shows will run until Oct. 7."

Read full Metro Times article

Read the Gallery's Press Release

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