Tag Archives: Freund Fellowship

Press release: Upcoming exhibition will feature new work by Jennifer Bornstein

ST. LOUIS, April 10, 2018—The Saint Louis Art Museum will present work by Jennifer Bornstein in the 115th installment of the museum’s popular “Currents” series. The free exhibition will be on view in Gallery 255 from April 20 through July 15. This exhibition is a convergence of several interconnected lines of inquiry that Bornstein has… Read More »

Press release: Upcoming exhibition will feature new work by Shimon Attie

ST. LOUIS, March 7, 2017—The Saint Louis Art Museum will present new work by Shimon Attie in Lost in Space (After Huck), the 113th installment of the museum’s popular Currents series. The free exhibition will be on view in Gallery 210 from April 1 through June 25. Attie creates multimedia works that shine a light… Read More »

Press release: ‘Andréa Stanislav: Convergence Infinité’ explores natural and social histories of St. Louis

ST. LOUIS, March 24, 2016—Andréa Stanislav: Convergence Infinité opened at the Saint Louis Art Museum today. The free exhibition—the 112th installment of the museum’s popular Currents series—features new works by Freund Fellow artist Andréa Stanislav. It will be on view in Galleries 250 and 301 through June 19. Stanislav has created a new body of… Read More »

Press release: Upcoming exhibition will show new work by Andréa Stanislav

ST. LOUIS, Feb. 2, 2016—The Saint Louis Art Museum will present Andréa Stanislav: Convergence Infinité, an exhibition of contemporary art exploring the complex meanings associated with the natural and mythological history of St. Louis. The free exhibition will be on view in Galleries 250 and 301 from March 24 through June 19. The exhibition—the 112th… Read More »

Press release: Exhibition presents new multimedia work by Mariam Ghani

ST. LOUIS, March 24 — The Saint Louis Art Museum presents Currents 110: Mariam Ghani, an exhibition of contemporary art that opens next month with a lecture by the Brooklyn-based artist on Tuesday, April 7. The free exhibition opens to the public on April 8 in Galleries 250 and 301. Currents 110 runs through July… Read More »