Detroit Shops & Galleries

GR N'Namdi Gallery, Detroit Shops & Galleries

GR N’Namdi Gallery

Detroit Shops & Galleries

Detroit Shops & Galleries have been battered by the Great Recession and a massive fraud scheme. But several treasures survived that are worthy of your patronage.

The Broadway
DESCRIPTION: An upscale clothier for men and women; their lines of clothing run from outrageous to sublimely conservative
DAYS & HOURS: Mon–Thu 9:30a–6p, Fri–Sat 9:30a–7p
ADDRESS: 1247 Broadway, Detroit, MI MAP
PHONE: 313-963-2171
WEBSITE: http://thebroadway313.com

Eric’s I’ve Been Framed Shop
DESCRIPTION: Original art and handcrafted works from local African American artists and a large collection of memorabilia are the backdrop for their custom framing services
DAYS & HOURS: Tue-Fri 11a-6p, Sat Noon-6p
ADDRESS: 16527 Livernois Avenue, Detroit, MI MAP
PHONE: 313-861-9263
WEBSITE: http://www.ericsivebeenframed.com

Globe Bible Bookstore
DESCRIPTION: Religiously inspired clothing, music and gift items are the mainstay of this downtown Detroit store
DAYS & HOURS: Mon-Sat 9:30a-5:30p
ADDRESS: 2990 East Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, MI MAP
PHONE: 313-259-8865
WEBSITE: none

GR N’Namdi Gallery
DESCRIPTION: A premier fine art gallery with big name artworks; prices range from the low hundreds to thousands for studio quality art; many shows include the original artists
DAYS & HOURS: Tue-Sat 11a-6p
ADDRESS: 66 East Forest Avenue, Detroit, MI MAP
PHONE: 313-831-8700
WEBSITE: http://grnnamdi.com

Shrine of the Black Madonna Cultural Center & Bookstore
DESCRIPTION: Spend the afternoon traipsing among the artwork, refreshing the spirit and locating hard to find books in one of the largest African American bookstores in the country; housed in the Shrine of the Black Madonna Cultural Center and Bookstore is a Black Holocaust Museum, a memorial to more than 100 million Africans who were captured in slave trade for the Americas and Europe; it contains a collection of compelling documents, photographs, narratives, and artifacts from the slave trade, a reproduction of a slave cabin as well as dramatic, highly emotional portrayals of the African slave experience
DAYS & HOURS: museum tours Sat 3p–4p; bookstore Tue-Thu 11a-6p, Fri-Sat 11a-7p
ADDRESS: 13535 Livernois Avenue, Detroit, MI MAP
PHONE: 313-491-0777
WEBSITE: link

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