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Courtesy of Bruno David Gallery

A review of the exhibit at Bruno David Gallery, which runs through next Friday, July 27 Read more

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Although the artists featured are all from St. Louis or other Midwestern cities, the conversations that their works advance are anything but provincial. Read more

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Image courtesy of the Sheldon Art Galleries

Many of the works depict vintage toys and figurines that are humanized by Trankina’s idiosyncratic juxtapositions, resulting in playful—often darkly humorous—narratives. Read more

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Photograph by Daniel Stumeier

Reed’s solo exhibit combines sculptural components, mixed media drawings, and sound—transforming the gallery into a make-believe flooded valley. Read more

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Courtesy of parapet/REAL HUMANS

In his eponymous exhibition, Jacob Kassay presents found object assemblages made from library books and prismatic glass wedges. Read more

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Molly Zuckerman-Hartung’s "The Large Drop-cloth," courtesy of Duet

Duet Gallery’s current exhibit features four artists who contest the anxiety of art-making through material investigations and acts of play. Read more

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A view of "Earth Jerks." Photograph courtesy of White Flag Projects

The current exhibition at White Flag Projects features three contemporary artists in conversation with the history of Minimalism and Land Art. Read more

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Photograph by Brea Photography

The group show “A New Use of the Self” and Jessica Harvey’s “Future Great City of the World” reconsider roles of identity and society, and how they influence each other. Read more

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Nomad Studio: Green Varnish, installation view, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, May 23–September 13, 2015. Photograph by Alex Elmestad

Green Varnish is comprised of two components—a constructed, wooden armature and a vegetated blanket of sedum that covers it, combining and contrasting architectural design and sculpture with nature. Read more

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Photograph courtesy of Museum Blue

Wilson draws inspiration from a variety of traditions and processes and imparts them with humor, energy, and sensuality. Read more

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Henry Samuelson, "Rare Blue Hole Double Array Pre Onset," enamel and acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of Hoffman-LaChance Contemporary

Fourteen painters re-examine traditions of painting through different modes of abstraction. Read more

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