Gallery artist, Thomas Sleet’s latest public sculpture was recently acquired by SQUARE, Inc. STL Office and installed in the lobby of their newly renovated building. Unfortunately, the building is not yet open to the public due to the ongoing quarantine. Stay tune for any update.
Support for the creation of significant new works of art has been the core to the mission and program of the Bruno David Gallery since its moving from NYC to Saint Louis. I am deeply grateful to the amazing artists represented by the gallery, to Cleo Kelly, and off course the invaluable interns who continue... Continue Reading →
Gallery artist, Yvonne Osei is one of 12 artists participating in “Fashion Fights Cancer” to benefit the Siteman Cancer Center. The work “A Fighter’s Bouquet” is on display at the Vault Luxury Resale (St. Louis) where you can enter a bid on her piece and any of the other 11 works of art with all... Continue Reading →
Happy birthday to our dear friend and wonderful artist, Yvette Drury Dubinsky! Wishing you all the best for this special day.
Susan Colangelo (Saint Louis Story Stitchers) is one of 10 St. Louis Women of Achievement 2021 being recognized for her work leading the Saint Louis Story Stitchers. The event premiered September 13 on Nine PBS. Repeats are on September 14 at 10 pm, September 19 at 9:30 am, September 25 at 7 pm. Read more... Continue Reading →
Gallery artist, Andrea Stanislav’s new work ‘Future Dream from Mars’ is part of the “Dreamscapes” exhibition at OneMetrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Tom Kotik. Read more at OneMetrotech Center
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
Beautiful Celebration for Leslie Laskey at the at the Columbia Foundation for the Arts, Missouri. September 11, 2021. Wonderful to see so many friends of Leslie in STL.
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
Our 16th Season in #STL opens September 3, 2021, with a short video “Untitled” by Lisa K. Blatt in the New Media Room. Read more at BDG | ARTSY | WEBSITE
Artist on Artworks - METspeaks series, Monika Weiss shares her insights on the work of Spanish artist Francisco Goya and reflects on her own transdisciplinary practice, which investigates relationships between the body and history and evokes rituals of lamentation in response to tragedy. Watch at The Metropolitan Museum of Art YouTube
Interview with William Morris on his video work in the group exhibition “Bilingual: Abstract and Figurative” at Bruno David Gallery. Directed and edited by Zoe K. Scully. Watch interview at BDG | YOUTUBE | WEBSITE
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
A film on the Summer exhibition “Bilingual: Abstract and Figurative”, directed and edited by Zoe K. Scully. Watch film at BDG | YOUTUBE | WEBSITE
Interview with Heather Bennett on her work in the group exhibition “Bilingual: Abstract and Figurative” at Bruno David Gallery. Directed and edited by Zoe K. Scully. Watch interview at BDG @ YOUTUBE | 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
Interview with Chris Rubin de la Borbolla on his installation “Toxic Love” at WINDOW ON FORSYTH (on view 24/7), part of the group exhibition “Bilingual: Abstract and Figurative” at Bruno David Gallery. Directed and edited by Zoe K. Scully. Watch interview on YouTube