Tuesday, January 05, 2016

CAM: Friday, 15 January 2016





Spring exhibitions open Friday, January 15

Member Preview 6:00 pm
Public Reception 7:00–9:00 pm

This spring CAM fills the Museum with a selected survey of the preeminent figurative painter Lisa Yuskavage; the kinetic sculptures of Arcangelo Sassolino; new work by Tala Madani, Arlene Shechet, Peter Sutherland, Ned Vena, and The Propeller Group; and artwork created by the St. Louis community through CAM’s ArtReach program.


Main Galleries
Lisa Yuskavage: The Brood

Lisa Yuskavage: The Brood presents twenty-five years of the New York-based artist’s work, espousing her bold vision for contemporary figurative painting.



Main Galleries
Arcangelo Sassolino: Not Human
Arcangelo Sassolino: Not Human is the Italian sculptor’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, featuring his kinetic sculptures that breathe, explode, punch, and crush.



Front Room
Tala Madani: First Light
Tala Madani: First Light, the first American solo museum exhibition by the Tehran-born, Los Angeles-based artist, premieres a series of new paintings as well as a stop-motion animation made expressly for her presentation at CAM.



Project Wall & Courtyard
Peter Sutherland: Forests and Fires
Forests and Fires is Michigan-born, New York-based artist Peter Sutherland’s first solo museum exhibition, featuring new site-specific work for CAM's project wall and courtyard.



Lobby
Arlene Shechet: Urgent Matter
Across plaster, porcelain, paper, and clay, New York-based artist Arlene Shechet’s intensive, playful practice consistently pushes the boundaries of what sculpture can be.



Mezzanine
Ned Vena: Paintings Without Borders 2
Paintings without Borders 2 is New York-based artist Ned Vena’s first solo museum exhibition, featuring new work made expressly for his presentation at CAM. 



Street Views
The Propeller Group
Street Views—CAM's exterior projection series on the Museum's facade—features a new video by The Propeller Group, a multidisciplinary collective comprising Ho Chi Minh City and Los Angeles-based artists Phunam Thuc Ha, Tuan Andrew Nguyen, and Matt Lucero.



Education Gallery
ArtReach: Entwined
ArtReach: Entwined showcases quilting and collage made over the past year in workshops with over thirty art classes and eight community groups throughout St. Louis.




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