Mark Stryker

Detroit Free Press

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Arts reporter for the Detroit Free Press 

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Since it’s founding in 1885, the Detroit Institute of Arts, or DIA, has collected acknowledged masterpieces by American artists and others from all over the world.

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Since it’s founding in 1885, the Detroit Institute of Arts, or DIA, has collected acknowledged masterpieces by American artists and others from all over the world.

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