Thank you to our 165+ visitors! Great safe time at the gallery’s all-day opening for the group exhibition BILINGUAL: ABSTRACT & FIGURATIVE. View exhibition online at BDG | ARTSY
SAVE THE DATE Opening drop by hours Saturday, March 27th, 3-8pm LESLIE LASKEY: Then & Now SARA GHAZI ASADOLLAHI: Gummies Tame Stones HEATHER BENNETT: Blueprint Kit for Lilly (Window on Forsyth) SARA GHAZI ASADOLLAHI: Cast (Media Room) (No appointment necessary - social distancing adherence and masks are required)
Great article on the Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective by Amanda Woytus in the St. Louis Magazine. Exhibition continues through March 13. Read article in the St. Louis Magazine
In Spite of a horrible weather, thank you to our 55+ visitors! Great time at the gallery’s all-day opening for Buzz Spector, Charles Schwall, Chris Kahler, Leslie Laskey, Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective. Explore the exhibitions online
Gallery Artist, Lisa Bulawsky as fifty percent of the Fifty-Fifty art collective member is exhibiting at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. “After Life (we survive)” is curated by Thea Quiray Tagle. More at YBCA
Thank you to our 62+ visitors! Great day last Saturday at the gallery’s all-day opening for Arny Nadler, Douglass Freed, Van McElwee, and Patricia Olynyk. See installation images on ARTSY
Online Viewing Room with Yvonne Osei (image: “The Other I”, 2014. D-print over clear plexiglass mounted on board, 23.5 x 36 inches) View more at https://www.artsy.net/bruno-david-gallery/artist/yvonne-osei
Gallery artist, Sara Ghazi Asadollahi is part of a group show “Them, Now and Thereafter” at MONACO Gallery, St. Louis, with #JenniferColten #SaraGhaziAsadollahi #DailChambers and #WyndiDeSouza Opens Sept. 4, 2020. Read more at https://monacomonaco.us/exhibitions-1/themnowandthereafter
Installation view (detail) of the current group exhibition OVERVIEW_2020 Source: Bruno David Gallery and Bruno David Projects News
We wish our dear friend, Cleo Kelly, BDG Gallery Manager, a very Happy Birthday and a big digital hug.
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 →
It is with profound sadness that we announce that the BRUNO DAVID PROJECTS space in The Grove neighborhood of St. Louis is now permanently closed. The building was sold by the owner. Stay tuned for a new location. Bruno David Gallery main space in Clayton will continue its art program.
Gallery artist, Jill Downen is part of the group exhibition “State of the Art 2020” curated by Lauren Haynes, Alejo Benedetti, Allison Glenn at both The Momentary and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR. (Opens Saturday, February 22, 2020) #JillDownen #brunodavidgallery #StateoftheArt2020 #exhibition #TheMomentary #CrystalBridgesMuseumofAmericanArt #LaurenHaynes #AlejoBenedetti #AllisonGlenn
Save the date. Upcoming exhibitions at Bruno David Gallery’s Clayton location. Opening Night is Saturday, January 18, 2020. 6 - 8 pm, with Leslie Laskey, Damon Freed, Ryan Eckert, Andrea Stanislav.
We wish our friend and gallery artist, Douglass Freed, a very Happy Birthday. His upcoming exhibition opens at Bruno David Gallery on Saturday, April 25, 2020.
Nice article by Jane Henderson in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch where she mentioned Buzz Spector (his exhibition opens at SLAM June 5, 2020 and at BDG on September 4, 2020) https://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/gifts-of-paintings-photographs-added-to-st-louis-art-museum/article_27004e76-96f1-5c3e-94d5-340e5ceb020a.html