FOR DETROIT ARTISTS, ALMOST ANYTHING GOES
Melena Ryzek, The New York Times
July 15, 2015
"Mr. Sestok’s park, City Sculpture, is the culmination of a career that pivoted around Detroit. Reared in its suburbs, he moved back in the 1960s, affiliating with the Cass Corridor artists, named for a then-dangerous corner of town. (Near Wayne State University, it has since been cleaned up and rebranded Midtown.) They had an artist-run gallery — a dozen partners, a dozen shows a year — and flourishing practices."
BREAKFAST WITH DETROIT ARTIST ROBERT SESTOK, BECAUSE ART CAN’T ESCAPE US
Sarah Rose Sharp, Detroit Is It
February 12, 2018
"Robert Sestok is a Detroit original and career artist, living and working in the city since his days at Wayne State University. In the early 1970s, Sestok was one of the recognized names among the Cass Corridor Movement—arguably the most notorious contemporary art movement to emerge from Detroit.
INSIDE JACK WHITE’S NEW VINYL-PRESSING PARADISE
Ashley Zlatopolsky, Rolling Stone
February, 24 2017
"Third Man’s Detroit outpost, in the city’s Cass Corridor neighborhood, pays ample homage to local lore: The retail store is decked out in life-size photos of famous Detroit musicians, who rise above the performance stage, and at the very back of the plant is a stunning vinyl mural painted by Robert Sestok, a key Cass Corridor artist for 30-some years."