Detroit is getting a big, new animal gallery at a time when the NFL is also getting its own big-ticket art show.
Article continues belowArticle continues the below articleThe new Detroit Lions exhibition, titled “Detroit Lions,” is scheduled to open April 23, 2019.
The exhibition will be open for about a month and is expected to attract up to 30,000 visitors.
The exhibit will be the biggest in Detroit history and the first to include artwork from more than a dozen different artists, including former Lions quarterback, Steve McNair.
“This is the beginning of something bigger than myself,” McNair said in a statement.
“As I’ve said, I’m excited to be part of this new Detroit Lion exhibition and the art that will be displayed in the gallery.
I am looking forward to a year of seeing all the art on display.”
This isn’t the first time the Lions have been involved in a major art project.
Last year, the team unveiled the “Bubble Boy” mural in Detroit.
It depicts a bubble boy holding a basketball, holding up a basketball.
The artist is called “The Bubble Boy.”
“This piece is about a young boy and his aspirations,” said Richard J. Rieff, the artistic director for the Detroit Lions, in a press release.
“I hope that the viewer will understand that there are many other young men who have the same dream.
There is a big difference between the two of us.”
The art work includes images of the Lions’ past, present and future players, such as quarterback Joe Flacco, running back Reggie Bush and cornerback Darius Slay.
The art is part of the team’s new “Carnival of the World,” an exhibition celebrating the art of carnival games, which will open March 1, 2019 in the former headquarters of the Detroit Tigers at the Detroit Athletic Center.