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 →
Gallery artist, Jill Downen opens her exhibition “Speak Truth” at the Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City, MO thru 9/2021. More on Jill Downen at BDG ARTSY
Gallery artist Jill Downen is part of a group exhibition “re/collections” organized by Rae Koepselat the H&R Block ARTSPACE, Kansas City. Read more at H & R BLOCK ARTSPACE
Gallery artist, Jill Downen, is featured in an essay “Casting For Meanings In Jill Downen’s ‘Architectural Folly from a Future Place,’ ” written by Angelica Zeller Michaelson. (Munich, Germany.) Read the essay
Gallery artist, Jill Downen’s work made the cover & back-cover of UNDER THE BRIDGE publication @utb-magazine (Autumn 2020) More at https://www.underthebridge.online/ Front cover of UNDER THE BRIDGE publication Back cover of UNDER THE BRIDGE publication
Gallery artist, Jill Downen is featured in the catalogue of “State of the Art 2020” exhibition at the @crystalbridgesmuseum and @themomentary , Bentonville, Arkansas. Exhibition closing July 12.
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
While the gallery is closed, we are sharing photos of the gallery’s artists working this week in their studio. These are from Jill Downen. Artist artwork online on ARTSY
Gallery artist, Jill Downen is mentioned in a review by Ben Davis for ARTNET News on her installation in 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. Read review on ARNET #JillDownen... Continue Reading →
We wish our friend and gallery artist, Jill Downen, a very Happy Birthday. Her work is part of the upcoming 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 February 22, 2020)
Don't forget to go into the New Media Room and see a video by Jill Downen...A very reflective and peaceful piece!
We are pleased to announce the Cedarhurst Mitchell Museum has acquired work by Bruno David Gallery artist Jill Downen for its permanent collection. “Skeleton and Skin” (2014) is a major site-specific installation work, and will make its public debut this week at the Mitchell Museum. Congratulations to Jill on this major acquisition.
"Sightlines: Ann Pibal, Jill Downen, Frank Trankina, & Dean Smith" at the American University Museum, Washington DC. Jill Downen has at spectacular exhibition there. Read more at http://www.american.edu/cas/museum/gallery/sightlines-2014.cfm
Have you seen the Jill Downen installation at CAM? You can't miss it! It is part of the current exhibition "Place is the Space" curated by Brad Cloepfil, and Dominic Molon, CAM’s chief curator. See more at http://camstl.org/exhibitions/main-gallery/place-is-the-space/
Today is the final opportunity to view Jill Downen + Bill Kohn exhibitions. The gallery is open from 10 to 5 pm. See more info at http://www.icontact-archive.com/QHjQp34F-iUNZL9dPhBmx0o1-hO9ewgJ
As we look for answers to our very changing world, four artists and thinkers (Bill Kohn, Buzz Spector, Jill Downen, Joan Hall), each with their own visions and perhaps with some answers are showing at Bruno David Gallery. The exhibitions are open thru October 26, 2013. The supporters, followers, friends, and most, you the visitors... Continue Reading →