Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar GalleryTomás Saraceno, Hydrogen Cloud Explosion, 2008.Art Outside: Schlafly's three-day celebration of local artists features works in all media, affordable prices, live music, art activities for the kids plus beer. Sept. 9-11, free admission. Schlaf ... More >>
Ars Populi's a great place to visit this weekend if you're looking to see a lot of new faces. Aside from the 100 artists participating in the show, all of the exhibited pieces are representations of human visage. More details on this event -- and many more exhibits -- after the jump. Brother Mel Me ... More >>
Jeanniebigbed.It's not exactly a heatwave, but the ever-so-slight increase in temperatures this weekend should have everyone throwing off their anoraks and dancing in the street. In between, head to the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, which boasts not one but four show openings ... More >>
This weekend, butterflies are descending on St. Louis. Butterfly sculptures, that is, created for Wings in the City, a citywide art installation benefiting the BJC Home Care Services' expressive therapy program. Over 50 fiberglass butterflies decorated by area artists will be placed throughout St. L ... More >>
Did you know there is an Official USA Olympic Artist? Did you also know that she's from Southwest Missouri? Susan Sommer-Luarca has painted live at Super Bowl XLII and been commissioned as the official Triple Crown Horse Racing artist, among many other distinctions. You can see her work in person at ... More >>
Do you love kitchsy Japanese cartoon cats? Do you also love the spare realism of Edward Hopper? Well, you're in luck this weekend as Leslie Holt's Hello Modern Art debuts at phd gallery. Her miniature replicas of classic art pieces, updated with the adorable bow-adorned Hello Kitty in ... More >>
This weekend's art happenings include what you've always wanted to see: a documentary on clam digging. What? You've never wanted to see such a film? Well how about a Twin Peaks TV-show marathon? Or dancing at the Contemporary Museum? Or a photo display from the photography club at our sister city in ... More >>
Artist Mary Miss' plan for the space next to the new Federal Courthouse is vastly different from the statues and monolithic sculptures of the past. It's public art that actually keeps the public in mind.