Exposure 21 at Gallery 210
Gallery 210’s new exhibition features thought provoking selection by St. Louis based artists Julia Curran, Lola Ogbara, and Emma Vidal.
“R is for Racism: How ABC Books Taught Children to Hate” at the High Low
Tasha Nicolé Burton examines racist imagery within historical children’s literature and the way in which children first learn about race in America.
“Twice as hard, half as much” by Marina Peng at the Gallery at the Kranzberg
Through sculpture, photography, and textile work, Marina Peng examines her experiences as the child of Chinese immigrants.
Beyond the Ballot St Louis and Suffrage at the Missouri History Museum
The St. Louis suffrage story began long before 1920. Julie Tristan takes us inside “Beyond the Ballot: St. Louis and Suffrage” at the Missouri History Museum.
Augmented Reality Exhibit at Laumeier Sculpture Park Explores Parallel Universe
“Van McElwee: Time Fork” is a new augmented reality exhibit at Laumeier Sculpture Park that explores an alternative universe of 3D structures.
Focal Point at the Foundry Art Centre
Focal Point is the Foundry Art Centre’s newest juried exhibition exploring photography and the many ways it can be incorporated into mixed media artwork.
Creatures II at Art Saint Louis
The new exhibit at Art Saint Louis features 62 artworks by 57 local regional artists exploring many amazing creatures found across the animal kingdom.
The Bruno David Gallery Reopens with Michael Byron, Patricia Olynyk, Chris Kahler, & William Morris
Four new contemporary art exhibits at the Bruno David Gallery in Clayton, Missouri.
Greetings From… The St. Louis Artists’ Guild
Greetings From… is a collection of postcard sized works from over 50 artists on show at the St. Louis Artist Guild through October 15, 2020.
“Consider…” at The Kranzberg Asks For a Little Understanding
Multimedia collage tackles interpersonal relations and communication amid a climate of conflict and polarity in Megan Kenyon’s latest exhibit at The Kranzberg.