Good to see Leslie Laskey (b. 1920) this morning at his home in Saint Louis. He is healthy and as always working his phone or on his artwork. The hardest working artist on Earth (along with Pierre Soulages, b. 1919)
Bruno David Gallery congratulates Thomas Sleet for the acquisition of his sculpture “Integration 4D”, 2018, last shown at Bruno David Gallery during his 2019 exhibition Thomas Sleet: Integration: Sacred Space. Bruno David was pleased to work with SLAM’s Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Hannah Klemm on this acquisition. (Image: Thomas Sleet. Integration 4D,... Continue Reading →
Van McElwee’s video “Flag and Its Shadow” is now installed in the Media Room. Opens Day is Saturday, October 31. 2-7 pm. More on ARTSY
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 →
On Sunday, June 28, 1970, the Christopher Street Liberation Day March marked the first anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the first-ever Pride celebration. In the 50 years years since, the LGBT community has made incredible strides in fighting for #equality throughout the world. The most iconic symbol of this continued fight is the rainbow... Continue Reading →
Nice seeing Heather Bennett’s exhibition “Midnight Special” at MONACO today. The exhibition is still up, go see it! In addition, great installation in the Project gallery by Rachel Lebo. #HeatherBennett #stlMONACO #RachelLebro #BrunoDavidGallery #ArtConsultant #Quarantine #ArtKeepsGoing #ContemporaryPhotograph #culture #STLculture #ArtFollowers #DailyArt #ArtCanHelp #ArtBringsUsTogether #LookLearnCreate #SundayFavorite #STLouisgram
Bruno David Gallery is honored to be working with these visionary women. “An equal world is an enabled world. Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. We can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women's achievements. Collectively, each one of... Continue Reading →
Director Bruno David will be on KWMU 90.7 FM with Host Steve Potter around Noon to talk about the upcoming exhibition "Monumental Paintings" by Bill Kohn at Bruno David Gallery. More at http://news.stlpublicradio.org/content/cityscape
More news this week at: http://www.icontact-archive.com/QHjQp34F-iUNZL9dPhBmxwp5Seg2Gymk
Don't miss an interview of Leslie Laskey by Patrick Murphy this Sunday at 1 pm on Nine PBS(http://ninenet.org/sundayarts)."Sunday Arts" leads a full afternoon of local and national arts on Nine PBS from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday Arts is a... half-hour magazine series that represents a collaboration among 30 PBS stations across the country, each... Continue Reading →
The exhibition "Donald Judd: The Multicolored Works" at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts is a must!
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Today at CAM (11 am) Co-curators of Place is the Space, Brad Cloepfil and Dominic Molon, will talk with participating artists Carla Arocha and Stéphane Schraenen, Jill Downen (BDG), and Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle about their respective projects and general concerns of presenting work in contemporary art museums.
Brett Williams (BDG 2010/11/13) opens tonight at CAM/Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.More at http://camstl.org/
Bruno David Gallery is currently showing an exhibition by Leslie Laskey. In the Front Room, Jill Downen and in the New Media Room, a 53 minutes documentary on Leslie Laskey by Lulu Gargiulo and David Wild. READ MORE