Since she received her first camera at age eight, Kathleen Sanker has been unstoppable. Now an adult, the local photographer takes gallery-goers into the beds of strangers through her "Unmade Bed" series, now at the Ellen Curlee Gallery (1308 Washington Avenue; 314-241-1299) as a part of the current show, Lingering Presence
. Sanker's portion of the exhibit features photos of a bevy of unmade beds, through which she explores the boundaries between public and private and invites viewers to do the same. Lingering Presence
also features the photographs in Barbara McDonnell's "Homestead" series, which focuses on documenting the memory of a space. St. Louis art aficionados have the opportunity to be voyeurs-sans-binoculars anytime Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; the show remains up through Saturday, May 6.
April 24-May 6