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.
East Asian Monochrome Art at the Saint Louis Art Museum
“The Monochrome Mode in East Asian Art” at the Saint Louis Art Museum takes a look at achromatic literati art and stoneware from China, Korea, and Japan.
New Fall Exhibits at Duane Reed Gallery
Duane Reed Gallery hosts three new exhibitions that feature innovative paintings, glass work, and sculptures.
Lola Ogbara Uses the Obscure and the Sensual to Examine The Black Fem Experience
Lola Ogbara’s sculptures, photographs, and video examine the perception of black women in Western Society in “Pleasure is All Mine” at The Kranzberg.
A Late Summer Night’s Stroll
See the park as you’ve never seen it before on this 80-minute jaunt full of poetry, music and art. “A Late Summer Night’s Stroll” in Forest Park.
Global Impact: The Wake of Covid at the Foundry Art Centre
The Foundry Art Center’s newest exhibit explores the emotional and societal effects covid has had through contemporary works by artists from around the world.
Constructed Visions III at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild
The St. Louis Artists’ Guild host three thought provoking exhibits: Constructed Visions III, Blind Emotions, and Fault Lines, through September 12, 2020.
Saint Louis Science Center Presents National Geographic 50 Greatest Landscapes
The Saint Louis Science Center has partnered with National Geographic to present an exhibit featuring images of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world.