An extension of an on-going series of programs in St. Louis about the problems of art criticism, “Meditations in an Emergency” offers artists in the community an opportunity to have ekphrastic poems written about their artwork.
St. Louis-based artists Gina Alvarez and Robert Goetz teamed up to open Yellow Bear Projects, a print shop and gallery space that offers classes, studio rentals, and collaborations throughout the area.
New critical voices should be emerging as we understand that there are no gatekeepers and no gate to keep. In a time where so much art criticism is provisional, under- or unpaid, how can we best cultivate new critical voices and new platforms?
BANK Projects is an artist-run space based in St. Louis operating out of a former bank in the city's active Cherokee Street neighborhood.
fort gondo exercised a fairly rigorous open-door policy (literally) for the majority of its past – meaning, there have been countless organizers and semi-responsible parties involved. At the end of the day, fort gondo is Galen Gondolfi’s home – now shared by his wife, Jessica Baran, and their four dogs.
Greetings from our extended summer vacation from new online posts. For the month of August, we have been working with St. Louis area organizations to present a public roundtable discussion and corresponding workshop focused around the topic of art criticism in the region.
The Hinge is an apartment gallery and gathering space in St. Louis that brings together the visual with the tactile, literary, and auditory.
This new exhibition by Finnish artist Mika Taanila organizes five works as a sort of dark, tunneling journey towards an expansive visual and aural crescendo.
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.