Saturday, August 10, 2013

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis: Friday, 6 September 2013

Opening Night: Fall Exhibitions 
Friday, September 6 
Public Reception: 7:00–9:00 PM

September 6–December 29
The centerpiece of the fall season, Place is the Space is an unprecedented curatorial collaboration between CAM's architect and chief curator featuring five newly commissioned site-specific installations that explore the relationship between art and the space it is in.

 Anthony McCall: You and I, Horizontal II 
September 6–December 29
Internationally celebrated, British-born artist Anthony McCall is known for his work with sculptural properties of light. In You and I, Horizontal II, digital projectors and haze machines create a slowly shifting beam of light whose physical shape becomes outlined and is continually transformed by viewers’ interactions.
September 6–December 29
Audible Interruptions, a series of site-specific sound works, will launch this fall, infusing the museum’s utilitarian spaces with art. Familiar areas such as hallways, restrooms, and elevators will provide unique and unexpected auditory experiences as CAM seeks to expand the ways visitors experience art beyond the exhibition galleries.

September 6–October 27
Chrysler Tapete is one of a number of wallpaper works that renowned German artist Thomas Bayrle has created since the late ’60s. In it, single elements are repeated until their individuality collapses into a massive whole, suggesting tensions between a positive, collective experience and a feeling of stifling uniformity. 

11-6 Wed / 11-9 Thu & Fri / 10-5 Sat & Sun

3750 Washington Blvd / St. Louis, MO 63108


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