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3721 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108 | St. Louis - Grand Center | 314-531-3030
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  • Culture: Reviews
    Working at the intersection of art and architecture, Michael Jantzen has made a career out of inventing fantastical structures that reimagine the built environment, challenging viewers to...
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    In his seventh solo exhibition at the Bruno David Gallery, Carmon Colangelo has produced two bodies of work, Storms and Post Storms, a turbulent pair of exhibits that explores environmental...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    There's a type of artist that tends to shun representation in favor of pure abstraction; this painter values the interior reality of emotions, memories and subconscious archetypes over the...
  • Culture: Reviews
    St. Louis-based Yvette Dubinsky harnesses her experience traveling the war-torn countries of Syria and Lebanon in 2009 for this exhibition of prints and mixed-media installations. While...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Blue-White-Red, the new exhibition at the Bruno David Gallery, inverts the familiar order (to American ears, at any rate) of this trio of colors, but not for any political reason or...
  • Culture: Reviews
    When it comes to works on paper, Washington University professor Joan Hall is a kind of alchemist. Liberated from any conventional notion of printmaking and handmade paper, Hall's work is...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Cherie Sampson, an art professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, creates environmentally based performances and captures them on video. Often filmed in the vast natural landscapes...
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    Buzz Spector's work has graced the walls of galleries and museums across the country, and his critical insights illuminate the St. Louis visual-arts set -- not to mention the Sam Fox School...
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    Through Hidden in Plain Sight, St. Louis-based artist Bunny Burson explores the connective tissues of her family by employing the use of lost letters between her own mother and grandmother....
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    In this exhibit Illinois-based artist Chris Kahler pushes his signature irradiated palette to new levels of saturation, creating dense abstractions that exploit the optical tensions of...
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    Life Saver: As impossibly light or heavy as the exhibit's title sways, Missouri painter Damon Freed plays to both ends of the existential spectrum, crafting a series of small graphic...
  • Culture: Reviews
    Life Saver As impossibly light or heavy as the exhibit's title sways, Missouri painter Damon Freed plays to both ends of the existential spectrum, crafting a series of small graphic...
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