Jill Downen on NPR

Gallery artist, Jill Downen is featured in an NPR-KCUR 89.3 interview by Laura Spencer about her participation in the exhibition “State of the Art 2020” at the Crystal Bridges Museum and The Momentary, Bentonville, Arkansas. Listen (4:42) at NPR-KCUR    

PAMM acquires a painting by Kelley Johnson

The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) announced that they acquire a painting by Kelley Johnson (“Untitled,” 2020) for their permanent collection. See works by Kelley Johnson on ARTSY       #KelleyJohnson #FredricSnitzerGallery #PAMM #BrunoDavidGallery #opticalvibrations #AbstractPainting #ArtConsultant #kunst #artcontemporain #artecontemporanea #artecontemporaneo #culture #ArtFollowers #DailyArt #ArtCollection #ArtAdvisor #ArtCollector

Eliza Reinhardt

BDG intern, Eliza Reinhardt ( eliza_reinhardt on Instagram ) recreates famous paintings with her dog while in quarantine in St. Louis. Read article       #ElizaReinhardt #intern #BrunoDavidGallery #STL #STLculture #FamousPainting #Dog #Quarantine #ArtKeepsGoing #kunst #artcontemporain #artecontemporanea #GettyMuseumChallenge #artecontemporaneo #culture #ArtFollowers #DailyArt #SeeArtFromHome #314together

Heather Bennett at MONACO

Nice seeing Heather Bennett’s exhibition “Midnight Special” at MONACO today. The exhibition is still up, go see it! In addition, great installation in the Project gallery by Rachel Lebo.       #HeatherBennett #stlMONACO #RachelLebro #BrunoDavidGallery #ArtConsultant #Quarantine #ArtKeepsGoing #ContemporaryPhotograph #culture #STLculture #ArtFollowers #DailyArt #ArtCanHelp #ArtBringsUsTogether #LookLearnCreate #SundayFavorite #STLouisgram

Viewing Room: Thomas Sleet

Thomas Sleet continues his investigation into the structural dynamics of repeating forms and the interrelationships between resultant internal and external spaces. The evidence provided by these experiments evokes natural structure, synthetic assembly, and the possibilities of interface between. This work is inspired by methods of building found in nature; “I get inspiration from natural formations... Continue Reading →

Studio Visit: Carmon Colangelo

Great visit (with distancing) at Carmon Colangelo ‘s studio with Chris Kahler   #StudioVisit #CarmonColangelo #ChrisKahler #BrunoDavidGallery #ArtConsultan #Quarantine #ArtKeepsGoing #kunst #artcontemporain #artecontemporanea #artecontemporaneo #culture #STLculture #ArtFollowers #DailyArt #SeeArtFromHome #314together #ArtCanHelp #ArtBringsUsTogether #LookLearnCreate #SundayFavorite #STLouisgram

Viewing Room: Carmon Colangelo

Carmon Colangelo’s paintings are composed of ink on canvas that are generated from hand drawings and digital media exploring the infinite possibilities of abstraction. Inspired by geometric and biomorphic abstraction, the work experiments with the endless and unique combinations that result from a personal reflexive process and computational system. Remixing, sampling and riffing off of... Continue Reading →

Viewing Room: Andréa Stanislav

Andréa Stanislav uses sculpture in concert with her collage and text constructions to tap into the utopic philosophical and cultural phenomenon of Russian Cosmism. Cosmism’s widespread reemergence is virtually unknown in the west, this early 20th- century Russian philosophy included diverse thinkers such as Nikolai Fyodorov, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, and Vladimir Vernadsky amongst others, who formed... Continue Reading →

Viewing Room: Chris Kahler

Within Chris Kahler’s densely packed compositions, luminous forms appear to morph and proliferate within pulsating matrices of paint. Upon closer inspection, details emerge within the layered surfaces, dislocating forms and complicating spatial logic in the process. Manifesting conditions of profusion and flux, Kahler’s ecstatic abstractions provide a poignant, though ebullient, analogy for our precarious times.... Continue Reading →

Viewing Room: Mark Travers

Mark Travers’ paintings embodies precision, elegance, and geometric rigor. Travers creates abstract references to architecture, street grids and other aspects of urban life. As a painter, he is interested in light and its translucence through the layering of opaque paints and varnishes. His technique creates an ethereal, visual ‘shift,’ reminiscent of light shining through stained... Continue Reading →

Viewing Room: Michael Byron

Michael Byron’s new works combine traditional collage techniques with installation strategies developed by the artist in the nineteen eighties. By expanding the boundaries of traditional collage through digital techniques of image generation and print layering, the artist produces digital collages on a large scale that embody the dense stacking of contemporary visual experience. The exhibition... Continue Reading →

Richard Hull at BDG

I am deeply sorry to our visitors and supporters who have not had the opportunity to enjoy current exhibition with Richard Hull. We cannot wait to welcome you back into the gallery. I wish you all good health and hope to see you soon. View his exhibition on ARTSY  

James Austin Murray

The current exhibitions have been extended through the month of May as we continue to follow the guidance by the CDC, St. Louis County, City of Clayton and other federal and state authorities. See images of the exhibitions on ARTSY      

Tom Reed

The current exhibitions have been extended through the month of May as we continue to follow the guidance by the CDC, St. Louis County, and other federal and state authorities. (images: Tom Reed) See images of the exhibitions on ARTSY  

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