Summer Exhibitions at CAM: Urban Planning, Color Key, & FAR FAR DOWN

    This summer, the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis presents three exhibitions – Urban Planning, Color Key, and KAWS: FAR FAR DOWN. Urban Planning looks at urban development over the past 50 years; Color Key features 2016’s Creative Stimulus Award winners and offers insights into identity, culture, mathematical inquiry, and personal trauma; and FAR FAR DOWN is a piece by the artist KAWS, whose work draws profound links between popular culture, commercialization, and the human condition.

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