3200 toe tags, each filled out by a participant, hang in the DUC. Each one represents a life lost attempting to cross the southern border.
Webster’s paintings, which depict African-American subjects using symbolism and motifs drawn from art history, are featured in the exhibition “dis/contented realities” at Urevbu Contemporary in downtown Memphis.
Artists are in a confusing but interesting place because of COVID-19, and they have taken the opportunity to explore their trade.
The bold, diverse collection of works heralds a bright future for the young artists and the collective as a whole.
A different kind of welcome message greeted new students at the South 40 Underpass this year.
Art in Bloom is an annual event put on by the St. Louis Art Museum that involves dozens of local florists reimagining works from the museum.
Despite having an enormous influence on the course of modern art, Jean-Francois is often overlooked by people today.
Ramping up to one of its most ambitious years yet, the St. Louis Art Museum has announced a slew of exciting and innovative exhibitions in 2020.
Staged pictures people made of themselves with expensive items, beautiful arrangements of food and flowers positioned to look just right and perfectly posed images of someone’s family pop up here and there. No, this isn’t your Instagram feed. This is Dutch art made over 300 years ago, now on show in the new exhibit at the St. Louis Art Museum, “Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt.”
Artist, activist, master of the readymade style and political exile of his own country, Ai Weiwei is one of the best-known figures of the modern art world. His new exhibition at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, titled “Bare Life,” is divided into two sections: “Bare Life” and “Rupture”.
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