Gallery artist, Damon Freed is opening a new exhibition “Boxing Series” at the Heckart Space, Community Center, Sedalia, MO. Opens April 15, 2023.
Arny Nadler showing at the 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL
Gallery artist, Arny Nadler is having a solo exhibition “Firstlings: Sculptures + Works on Paper “at 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL. Opens April 7, 2023. Link: https://www.621gallery.org/
Tom Reed showing at the FuKui City Art Museum
Gallery artist, Tom Reed’s paintings are included in the group exhibition “Wandering Light” at the FuKui City Art Museum, Fukui, Japan. (with Jenny Schmid and Michael Krueger)
Heather Bennett, Yvonne Osei and Mee Jey in the St. Louis Magazine
Great shout-out to our gallery artists, Heather Bennett, Yvonne Osei and Mee Jey (and Jon Young who we showed in 2017) by Melissa Meinzer in the St. Louis Magazine. Mee Jey exhibition opens April 28. Read full article at STL Magazine
Kelley Johnson in ELLE Décor magazine
Gallery artist, Kelley Johnson has his sculptural tables featured in ELLE Décor magazine in an article by Hilarie Sheets, presenting the home of art collectors Richard and Susan Arregui.
Chris Kahler on BRAVO TV
Gallery artist, Chris Kahler has three of his paintings (soon to be seen) in the Bravo TV series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (12th Season) as the cast stays in the Palace suite at the Crockfords hotel, Las Vegas, NV.
BDG Interns did it again!
Thank you to our amazing interns for taking down the exhibitions. We could not have done it again without you. Thank you, Beth, Becky, Taylor, Jacob, Sammy, Jada, Mary Kate (L-R).
Carmon Colangelo in BAD AT SPORTS
Nice write up by Paul Krainak on Carmon Colangelo in BAD AT SPORTS. Read article
Damon Freed new book
Damon Freed has published a new hard-cover book “The Fighter” The new works included in the book are a metaphor for the artist in today’s times – battling the political, economic, and social worlds of the artist, by himself, in this world! Read more at LULU Books
Site specific sculpture by Thomas Sleet
Site specific sculpture “River Ark”, by gallery artist Thomas Sleet at the Audubon Center at Riverlands, incorporates two parallel lines of driftwood posts, set vertically into the ground, stretching approximately 60 ft. in length; the posts are between 4 and 7 inches in diameter; ascending from 4 feet at one end and 8 ft tall... Continue Reading →
Lily Hollinden in voyageSTL
Nice write up & interview in voyageSTL with Lily Hollinden. Her current exhibition, “Funny Because It’s True” is on view at Bruno David Gallery through March 4. Read the interview in VOYAGESTL
Van McElwee showing at the Webster Film Series
Gallery artist Van McElwee will be showing at the Webster Film Series new experimental video/sound work, including three premieres. McElwee will screen and discuss “Ancestor House”, “Zigzag”, “World Skin”, along with premieres of “Score in Variation Space”, “Atlas of the Last World” and “Incarnation”. Hearding Cats Collective will perform a new electronic work composed for... Continue Reading →
Gallery artist Kelley Johnson is included in group exhibition “Presence as Object” at the Hunt Gallery, Webster University, St. Louis. More at Bruno David Gallery website.
Alex Couwenberg at the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation
Bruno David Gallery congratulates Alex Couwenberg for the acquisition of his painting “Lambretta”, 2022 by the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation. His next exhibition at Bruno David Gallery is scheduled for September 2023. More at Bruno David Gallery Website
Article by Jane Henderson on galleries in STL
Jane Henderson on some galleries in STL in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Photos by Laurie Skrivan. Read article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
William Morris video is online
William Morris is currently showing a new video work “re:memory” at Bruno David Gallery. Watch video (6 min.) on ARTSY
Ben Brough by Eric Minh Swenson
Ben Brough exhibition “Hours of Forever” at Bruno David Gallery is featured in EMS Legacy Films by Eric Minh Swenson. Watch film on YouTube
Lily Hollinden by Eric Minh Swenson
Lily Hollinden exhibition “Funny Because It's True” at Bruno David Gallery is featured in EMS Legacy Films by Eric Minh Swenson. Watch film on YOUTUBE
Lily Hollinden shout-out by Christine Jackson
Great shout-out by Christine Jackson in the St. Louis Magazine on Lily Hollinden current exhibition “Funny Because It's True” at Bruno David Gallery. Read shout-out
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