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2003 Stories by Ivy Cooper

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  • Well Hung

    published December 17, 2003

    German Art Now. The mere title of the current exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum begs some simple yet weighty questions: Why... More >>

  • Cheese Ball

    published November 26, 2003

    SAT 11/29 In some cultures royalty is hereditary. For the first annual Cheesefest, though, royalty is chosen by meritocracy. Prove... More >>

  • Stamp Collecting

    published October 8, 2003

    SAT 10/11 The contemporary art "buzz" in St. Louis is really, really good at the moment, and the friendly folks at Critical Mass want... More >>

  • A New View

    published October 1, 2003

    The much-anticipated Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis opened to the public September 20, another important occasion in the years-long... More >>

  • Burning Man, Midwest

    published September 17, 2003

    The end of summer is a restless time. Maybe you feel the need to let go of that fetid season publicly and welcome some autumnal bliss. Maybe you... More >>

  • Just Your Type

    published August 13, 2003

    Editor's note: A correction ran concerning this story; see end of article. It's the rare artist who can transform detritus from... More >>

  • American Originals

    published June 25, 2003

    Forest Park's Art Hill will be a construction zone for the foreseeable future, but don't let that keep you away from the Saint Louis Art Museum,... More >>

  • In Focus

    published June 25, 2003

    In Roland Barthes' Camera Lucida, the first photograph featured in the book is a Polaroid of a dark interior with a green curtain covering... More >>

  • California Chromatics

    published May 28, 2003

    This summer, treat yourself with a visit to the St. Louis Art Museum to see Diebenkorn/Thiebaud: Works on Paper, a small but impressive... More >>

  • Spiritual Dearth

    published May 14, 2003

    Among the first lessons any student of art history learns is that art and religion have been strongly aligned throughout world history. Indeed,... More >>

  • Off the Beaten Path

    published April 23, 2003

    In her sprawling retrospective at the City Museum, St. Louis painter Mary Sprague takes us along on a trip through four decades of her work. And... More >>

  • Revealing the Ceiling

    published April 16, 2003 More >>

  • The Shape of Things

    published March 26, 2003

    About a block away from the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, at the intersection of Grand and Laclede, St. Louis University's Busch Memorial... More >>

  • A Matter of Timing

    published February 26, 2003

    Come December, Dox Thrash: An African American Master Printmaker Rediscovered, now on view at the St. Louis Art Museum, will easily... More >>

  • Material Assets

    published February 12, 2003

    James Michael Smith's recent works, now on view at Fontbonne University's Gallery of Fine Arts, reaffirm what many of us here in St. Louis already... More >>

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