Monday, May 22, 2017

Francis Park racquetball courts: Saturday, 27 May 2017

An Avoidable Hinder is a pop up contemporary art exhibition at the Francis Park racquetball courts on Saturday, May 27, between 4-7 pm. The show features genre-bending paintings and unconventional sculptures by Brandon Daniels, Vaughn Davis, Dan Leifeld, and Catalina Ouyang.
Curator & Coordinator Ilethia Sharp

The racquetball term "an avoidable hinder" is defined as a player moving in the way and being struck by the opponents ball. The temporary exhibition will feature four St. Louis contemporary artist whom deconstruct canvas, fabric, polystyrene, polyurethane, tarpaulin, wood, and various minerals to create paintings and sculptures. The exhibiting artists reference art history and physicality in relation to the human body while intellectualizing external and internal truths. By combining art and its primordial form, nature, the pop up art show will evoke a heightened aesthetic experience. An Avoidable Hinder displays intimate and bold contemporary art against white walls canonized by art historical perspectives and the open air natural environment. Position yourself to be struck

Francis Park racquetball courts 
Eichelberger Street & Donovan Avenue
St. Louis Hills, MO 63109


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