Art Saint Louis is pleased to present Humanity, our final virtual art exhibition of 2021. This multi-media juried show is presented entirely and exclusively online here on the ASL website, in a virtual gallery, and on our social media platforms. This new exhibition features 46 original visual artworks that explore the range of human experience, […]
Currently on display at the Bonsack Gallery is Jon Bunge’s Presence, an immersive installation in which the gallery is transformed with black fabric covering the walls, windows and entrance, enabling viewers to concentrate on shadows cast from nearly two dozen suspended sculptures made from branches. Growing up in University City near Forest Park, Bunge was […]
Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime: A Tribute to Dean Martin Journey through the music and humor of one of the most beloved entertainers of the 20th century, brought to life by award-winning actor, singer and impressionist Dean Christopher, featuring Joe Dreyer on piano. Enjoy coffee and donuts at 9 a.m. before the one hour show!
The Gretchen Brigham Gallery invites you to attend the new Midwest Exhibit, “Visualizing Hope: Who is God?” This invitational show was juried by Father Terrence Dempsey, S.J., founder and director emeritus of MOCRA, the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art. Join him during the opening reception for his remarks at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 2. […]
Green Door Art Gallery presents Mary Engelbreit: Then and Now, an exhibit spanning the years of Mary Engelbreit’s art practice. Featuring earlier works released from her family’s personal collection, drawings for calendar pages, newer works from her recent exploration of acrylic painting, and images she drew for herself during pandemic lock-down.
Blending documentary and fine art photography, Tom Kiefer photographs objects that once belonged to migrants and were seized and discarded by United States border officials in southern Arizona. “Pertenencias: Recuperando lo sagrado en objetos fronterizos / Belongings: Recovering the Sacred in Objects from the Border” considers the objects photographed by Kiefer as testaments to overlooked […]
The Sheldon Art Galleries host an ambitious exhibition program, showing artists of local, national and international importance. Experience exhibits such as In Shadows by Tate Foley, Minimal by Brett Williams, Rat Race by Carly Slade, Redacted Landscapes by Abbey Hepner, Tornado by Emmett Merrill, Nocturnes by Jane McKenzie, and Virtual Visual: The Art of Remote […]