Memory Old and New continues Brett Williams's abiding interest in the absurdities of contemporary modes of communication in the form of a mini audiovisual monument at Bruno David Gallery.
In “A Willing Transfer of Belief” at Johansson Projects, Michelle Blade and Hillary Wiedemann present works that investigate the intangibility of being and light.
Genevieve Quick reviews the complex yet didactic exhibition, "Without Reality There is No Utopia" at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Andrew Wyatt surveys William E. Jones's stunning video "Killed" currently on view at the St. Louis Art Museum.
"Untitled I" is billed as the first collaboration between artists Mark Franchino and Jeremy Boyle, but I’m not sure how much the artists gain from their proximity to each other or even that they have best figured out how to collaborate.
In 2009, a couple released a gray, UFO shaped balloon from their Colorado home with their son supposedly hidden inside. In Jenny White’s installation at Red Space Gallery, the artist aims to convey the moments of embarrassment and anger resulting from the hoax.
Curator Jessica Baran conjures a productive disarray of domestic and found objects from St. Louis artists Gina Alvarez, John Early, Wonder Koch, and Peter Pranschke.
In "Baby and the Nacirema" at The Luggage Store, Michael Arcega ambitiously examines cross-cultural exchange through American icons, anthropology, and Manifest Destiny.