For Document V, Ryan Thayer: Dayparting consists of a photograph, sound and online playlist of music selected by Temporary Art Review contributors.
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Leslie Hewitt knows how to do subtle. Such attention to detail offers clarity in some space between photography, film, history, and sculpture.
Visual manifestations of UFOs are typically simple joinings of convex and concave discs, often envisioned at night, emitting ethereal light in an undetermined manner. Gregg Louis’s recent solo exhibition, “Down to Earth,” at Atrium Gallery explores the UFO as a symbol for, “an unknowable thing.”
Sarah created The People’s Joy Parade as a street-wide happening that pulls disparate St. Louis communities together. The People’s Joy Parade will soon have its third procession on May 7, 2011, at 1:11 pm.
For “House Coat,” artist Elizaveta (Leeza) Meksin dressed up Cosign Project’s two story building in a shimmering white and gold spandex covering, creating a stunning public intervention on a nondescript block of South St. Louis.
Most exhibitions organized at The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts feature a curatorial premise relating to the building as muse. The “Dreamscapes” exhibition is another inquiry into the museum as muse, or in this case, the rock as muse.