Gallery artist Tom Reed’s current exhibition in the WINDOW ON FORSYTH “Gone Fishing” is featured in Ladue News by Bryan Hollerbach. Read more at LADUE NEWS
Bruno David Gallery is honored to be working with these visionary women all year long! Get to know their studio’s practice.
Tom Reed’s visual conversional installation in the WINDOW ON FORSYTH “Gone Fishing” is up! Tom will be present at the Opening on Saturday, March 26, 2022.
Thank you to our 135+ visitors last night! What a great turn-out for the artists last night at the gallery’s opening for Jill Downen, Rachel Youn, Daniel Raedeke, Monika Weiss and Damon Freed. Thank you!
Support for the creation of significant new works of art has been the core to the mission and program of the Bruno David Gallery. I am deeply grateful to the amazing artists represented by the gallery, to Cleo Kelly, and off course the invaluable interns who continue to be an amazing support to me and... Continue Reading →
Great shout-out from the Wall Street International Magazine on our current solo exhibitions by Carmon Colangelo, and James Austin Murray. Scan QR or visit Wall Street International Magazine
Thank you to our visitors! What a great turn-out for the artists last night at the gallery’s opening for Carmon Colangelo, James Austin Murray, and Lisa K. Blatt. Thank you!
Great shout-out from Bryan Hollerbach in the Ladue News on the state of the arts in Saint Louis, Bruno, and the gallery. Read article in LADUE NEWS
Save the date for our 16th Season in #STL with Carmon Colangelo “This or That”, opening September 3, 2021. Images of the exhibit are online at BDG | ARTSY | WEBSITE
Save the date for the opening of our 16th Season with three solo exhibitions: Carmon Colangelo “This or That,“ James Austin Murray “Hue, Brightness, and Saturation” and, Lisa K. Blat “Untitled” opening September 3, 2021. More images at BDG @ ARTSY | WEBSITE
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
You are invited to our Opening Preview for the group exhibition BILINGUAL: ABSTRACT & FIGURATIVE, and “Toxic Love” by Chris Rubin de la Borbolla at the gallery's vitrine space Window on Forsyth (on view 24/7)., Saturday, June 12, 2021. 4-8 pm. More at BDG | ARTSY | WEBSITE
Tonight, while driving on Forsyth Blvd in Clayton, see an installation “Toxic Love” by Chris Rubin de la Borbolla at the gallery's vitrine space Window on Forsyth (on view 24/7). Opening is Saturday 6/12, 4-8 pm. Read more at BDG | ARTSY | WEBSITE
BDG interns, Claire Harkins and Zoe Scully. The gallery’s interns are always so very helpful running the gallery and installing the exhibit with me. Thank you, Nina, Jordan, Claire, Zoe and Grace. Meet the interns at our opening this Saturday, June 12, 2021, 4-8 pm. More at ARTSY / BDG
Put your Patsy Cline boots on and come to the gallery to see our current exhibits. There are closing today (11-5 pm). Image: Ben Brough. “What if Patsy Cline and Philip Guston were Friends”, 2021.
Save the Date: Saturday, June 12, 2021 Bruno David is pleased to present “Bilingual: Abstract & Figurative,” a group exhibition of abstract and figurative artworks selected in order to showcase parallel theoretical and philosophical concerns.
Interview of Leslie Laskey, Heather Bennett and, Sara Ghazi Asadollahi, on their current exhibitions by Kerry Marks for HEC-TV. Watch the interviews on YouTube