Michael Byron by Bryan Hollerbach

Excellent article on gallery’s artist, Michael Byron by Bryan Hollerbach in the Ladue News. His solo exhibition “The Wheel of Fortune & How to Build a Ghost” opens at Bruno David Gallery on Saturday, Sept. 12, Noon-6 pm. Read at https://www.laduenews.com/arts-and-culture/makers/art-soul-michael-byron/article_603e9caa-58bf-529e-8c47-d73ec0319fa3.html Michael Byron installing his solo exhibition "The Wheel of Fortune & How to Build... Continue Reading →

Bruno David Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of Sara Ghazi Asadollahi

Bruno David Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of the Iranian-born, transdisciplinary visual artist, Sara Ghazi Asadollahi. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, where she is a Ph.D. candidate (Film and Media Studies) at the Georgia State University. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in Iran and an M.F.A. degree from the Sam Fox School... Continue Reading →

Carmon Colangelo published several panels of his sketchbooks in The Plague Review

Gallery artist, Carmon Colangelo published several panels of his sketchbooks in The Plague Review. The online publication was launched in the Spring 2020 by Rotland Press @rotlandpress and examines life during the global pandemic. Read more at The Plague Review         #CarmonColangelo #ThePlagueReview #RotlandPress #BrunoDavidGallery #sketchbook #globalpandemic #covid19 #ArtCollector #ArtKeepsGoing #artcollecting #kunst... Continue Reading →

Ben Brough

Bruno David Gallery is always online. Even during this time when our exhibition space is closed to the public (Open by appointment,) our online platform offers uninterrupted opportunities to explore our artists. Follow link in our bio on ARTSY  

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    

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 →

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  

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