James McAnally writes an experimental elegy of alternative spaces that have closed or transitioned over the past year-plus.
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Anne Thompson’s I-70 Sign Show is public art project installing socially-sensitive artwork by contemporary artists onto billboards along I-70.
Amelia Colette-Jones reviews Cleavemark Dr., a recent collaboration between artist Cheryl Wassenaar and poet Stephanie Schlaifer at Fort Gondo in St. Louis.
Radical Intention and BJ Vogt’s Water Co-op Bar is a mobile, bicycle-powered water station meant to start a conversation about water’s value and conservation made expressly for Marfa Dialogues St. Louis.
Downstream at Fort Gondo features the father-daughter pair of Garry and Peggy Noland experimenting with their interdisciplinary practices in their first exhibition together.
Artists Tuan Nguyen and John Early discuss parenthood, displacement and the many permutations of painting leading up to Nguyen’s solo exhibition at fort gondo in St. Louis.
Critic Jessica Baran attempts to document art writing’s place in her practice and other obscure cultural crusades.
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.