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.
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The month-long feature on St. Louis’s art community continues with a profile of The Luminary, an incubator for new ideas in the arts that doubles as Temporary’s Publisher.
Temporary Art Review is please to announce its first Writing Workshop with curator and art critic Jessica Baran hosted by The Luminary Center for the Arts in St. Louis, MO. Jessica Baran is the Assistant Director of White Flag Projects and an art writer for the Riverfront Times.
“Analogue,” the new show at The Luminary Center for the Arts, calls attention to unattractive repercussions of progress with a Coke bottle filled with motor oil and shopping carts stuffed high with hollow space-filling structures.
In its first few months of existence, the St. Louis Arts Project has organized an impressive array of collaborators and events to come together for a four day art and music conference on June 16-19, 2011.
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.