Jennifer SilverbergBrea and James McAnally, founders and directors of the Luminary Center for the Arts.So many things have been heading south lately -- the temperature, the economy -- and so is the Luminary Center for the Arts. But for the four-year-old gallery, performance space and arts inc ... More >>
Jennifer SilverbergLuminary Center for the Arts Directors Brea and James McAnallySo many things have been heading south lately -- the temperature, the economy -- and so is the Luminary Center for the Arts. But for the four-year-old gallery, performance space and arts incubator, south is on ... More >>
Next month the Museum of Modern Art will host "Carte Blanche: Dieter Kosslick, the Culinary Cineaste" to honor Dieter Kosslick, director of the Berlin International Film Festival and food activist. The program will have screenings of lots of classic food films, including Big Night, Jiro Dreams of ... More >>
D. HayesPier MartonFor the past thirteen years, senior lecturer Pier Marton has been a fixture in Washington University's film and media studies program. A renowned video artist who has shown his work at institutions like the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum in New York, he taught ... More >>
The Museum of Modern Art in New York features an exhibit on the design evolution of the kitchen. The Washington Post covers the kitchen-as-art history exhibit, called "Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen," which displays kitchens and gadgets from the last century. It illustrates how, as peo ... More >>
Josh LeviKevin Harris of Floating LaboratoriesSaint Louis might be the last place standing for the emerging American artist -- and no one knows that better than Kevin Harris. The Floating Laboratories founder has been a resident of St. Louis for just under five years -- and during this time, ... More >>
Joe Deal, a landscape photographer who played an influential role in the development of the "New Topographics" movement, which showed the influence of humans upon the natural world, died last Friday in Providence, Rhode Island, of bladder cancer. He was 62. From 1989 to 1999, he served as dean of wh ... More >>
courtesy of Pavel Zoubok GalleryThomas Lanigan-Schmidt uses Foil, plastic wrap, vinyl, pipe cleaner, holographic tape, Britney Spears, aluminum cans, wire, ink, wood and staples in this piece Time for a bit of shameless self-promotion. In this week's dead tree edition, Paul Friswold told you abou ... More >>
Aerial rendering of Citygarden. The much anticipated Citygarden, which hopes to further propel downtown St. Louis' revitalization efforts, opens to the public at 6 a.m. on July 1. Situated on a two-block stretch between 8th and 10th streets -- bounded by Chestnut Street on the north and M ... More >>
Here at RFT we don't have much time for reflection; no sooner do we put one issue to bed than we're late getting on to the next. And don't even get me started about the Beast that is the Blog. But each week our art squad, led by art director Tom Carlson, puts a truckful of thought into the paper' ... More >>
Three diverse artists make for one tremendous show.
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St. Louis Art Museum visitors are blasted into a Wonderland of space
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