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Detroit In Focus: Art

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     Inner State Gallery presents "Spirit", an exhibition showcasing Guyton’s Faces In The Hood collection from the iconic Faces of God series.  Each work in this collection was originally salvaged from the 1999 demolition, then stored in the War Room House which was set ablaze after the 5th arson attack on his public installation, the Heidelberg Project. From the disrupted canvas resulting from the fire, Guyton painstakingly reimagined, reworked and renewed each piece, infusing new life and new energy.  In addition to Faces In The Hood, Guyton will debut his latest collection of Faces of God, new original works on paper that were created during his year-long residency in Basel, Switzerland.

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Lawyers disclosed the deal Thursday in court where Judge Steven Rhodes has been holding a trial to determine if Detroit's plan to get out of bankruptcy is fair and feasible for the long run.

Bankruptcy deal: Detroit gives Joe Louis Arena to creditor

Two creditors Detroit was facing in its bankruptcy case have settled.

Detroit has deals with 2 creditors

The city and a bond insurer, Financial Guaranty Insurance, say a deal could be announced by Thursday.

Detroit bankruptcy: Deal close with largest objector

The city of Detroit has rested its case in the bankruptcy trial. Mayor Mike Duggan testified on Monday.

Detroit bankruptcy: City rests its case

Orr, the key witness this week in Detroit's bankruptcy trial, described a contentious relationship with New York-based Syncora Inc. that ended last month when the city reached a deal with the bond insurer on about $400 million in debt.

Kevyn Orr wraps up testimony in Detroit bankruptcy trial