The films of Daniel Nearing have a magical-yet-elegiac quality—mingling noirish pastoral scenes with flashes of urban life, black-and-white cinematography with brief shots of color.
For 16 years, Kuhn has helmed Blue Gallery from a humble startup to the vigorous exhibition space and business it is today. Over glasses of sparkling grapefruit La Croix, we talked fashion, First [...]
Dubbed “2017’s New Breakout Star” by the Riverfront Times, Arshad Goods is a former U-City kid with a new album on the horizon.
On The Cusp: St. Louis Hip-Hop Artist “Mvstermind” Thoughtfully Addresses Race, Creativity And The Evolution Of Rap
Muhammad Austin might go by “Mvstermind,” but his countenance is quite humble. In person, he’s one of those rare artists with both a chill affect and sincere ardor.
Artist and Renaissance woman Kate Greer finds joy in the hard work of unearthing injustices. “I think people are scared to dive in and look at systemic issues—what we inherited through our [...]
Artist And Filmmaker Karin Schneider Discusses Her “Situational Diagram” At Parapet Real Humans Gallery
Born in Brazil and based in New York, Karin Schneider is an artist whose eclectic creative output resists easy classification.
Exploring the role of ritual and the performance of gender, the project is based upon a consciousness who calls herself “Petal,” whom is brought to life in word, body and photograph.
“It all began because the three of us were looking at our environment—the nature of housing in St. Louis, segregation, nothing new—trying to find a way with our various talents to come together [...]
Award-Winning Director James Steven Sadwith Chats About His J.D. Salinger Feature Before St. Louis International Film Festival Debut
The Emmy-winning director based the new film on his own encounter as a teenager with reclusive author Salinger.