In a post-industrial city attempting to establish its 21st-century context within the United States, artist Tiff Massey searches for the authentic.
After meeting as college students, Ayako Aratani and Evan Fay have explored their designs separately and together as professionals, sharing design ideologies despite the distinctly different [...]
How can the canon of contemporary art be expanded to be more inclusive and equitable? Taylor Renee Aldridge is in pursuit of such an inquiry.
Let this music festival Jan. 16-18 warm up your winter doldrums with its collection of touring artists, longtime local favorites and newcomers to the St. Louis live music scene.
From her Detroit-based studio Art Problems, printmaker and artist Mo Neuharth does everything from handmade books to branding, all with a very personal touch.
The artist, who was born in Ghana and now lives in Detroit, explores the idea of hybrid identity: the person you once were holding space within the body with the person you’ve become; the [...]
the cheeky, pop-art shape language of Ellen Rutt’s primary medium keeps appearing in her mixed-media work. She’s the kind of maker whose vision is so singular that it verges on a brand—and strong [...]
Earthy tones and flavors of story and legacy are the foundation of this neighborhood diner, where Molly Mitchell and Eggy Ding combine forces to serve patrons everything from egg sandwiches and [...]
Local Models from the Exhibition by Kehinde Wiley Share Their Stories at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Celebration
Continuing its offerings around the exhibit "Kehinde Wiley: St. Louis," the St. Louis Art Museum invites residents of Ferguson and North St. Louis who posed for the artist to talk about their [...]
So, if you thirst for artistic commentary instead of the current climate of warring sides, we have your plans set for late September.