Saturday, May 03, 2014

CAM: Friday, 9 May 2014

Summer Exhibitions Open Friday, May 9
on view through August 10
Free Summer Admission
Public Reception 7:00-9:00 pm
Saturday, May 10 11:00 am Great Rivers Biennial Artist & Juror Panel Discussion

Great Rivers Biennial featuring new work by Brandon Anschultz, Carlie Trosclair, and Cayce Zavaglia
The Great Rivers Biennial Arts Award Program identifies talented emerging and mid-career artists working in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area, providing them with a $20,000 honorarium and a major exhibition at CAM.
Katharina Fritsch: Postcards
A focused selection of five large-scale postcard sculptures by celebrated German artist Katharina Fritsch, Postcards features works made by enlarging and silkscreening images originally found on travel postcards onto sheets of shaped plastic. By transforming small-scale souvenirs into monumental sculpture, imagery that was once whimsical and benign becomes surreal and disquieting.
Brenna Youngblood: Loss Prevention

 oss Prevention features a selection of new and earlier multimedia paintings. Often combining paper and acrylic collage with images of everyday objects, Youngblood juxtaposes the figure with the abstract, raising questions of what is familiar versus what is unknown.
Audible Interruptions: Van McElwee, Sarah Paulsen and Cameron Fuller
Using site-specific installations that infuse the Museum’s utilitarian spaces with art, the Audible Interruptions series brings unique and unexpected auditory experiences to familiar areas such as hallways, restrooms, and elevators. This summer Van McElwee, Sarah Paulsen, and Cameron Fuller present new work in the restrooms and first-floor hallway.

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