Artist and Webster University faculty member Tate Foley assembles an exhibit of coolly beautiful prints and drawings that engages in a Warholian play on the ironies and immoralities of American exceptionalism. "How the West Was Won," a series of silver-flecked silkscreens of coffee cans, re-imagines the iconic soup can: Set against crisp white backgrounds like their Pop forebear, these are more overt in their execution, featuring labels like "Win the Future," "Union Specific," "Sell and Buy," "Go East Young Man" and "Hell." Found items -- a single Folgers coffee can on a small white shelf; an uncut sheet of 1990 Topps... More >>>