Asawa began drawing in her free time while in a Japanese-American internment camp.
New Show ‘Sick Time, Sleepy Time, Crip Time: Against Capitalism’s Temporal Bullying’ Opens at The Luminary Sept. 21
And what a show it is, featuring works by an extraordinary lineup of artists at The Luminary's expansive space on Cherokee Street.
Asawa and Alvarez Bravo's shows, titled "Life Works" and "Picturing Mexico," respectively, reflect a robust perspective of each artists' practice.
So, if you thirst for artistic commentary instead of the current climate of warring sides, we have your plans set for late September.
‘To Survive on This Shore’ Jess T. Dugan and Vanessa Fabbre Explore the Diversity and Dignity of Transgender Experience
Artist Jess T. Dugan and social worker Vanessa Fabbre’s new project, “To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults,” combats [...]
Introducing a temporary public art installation titled "Riverbend" created by local artist Margaret Keller.
Sometime last year, artist Cole Lu found herself in a hospital quarantine chamber, a doctor informing her that she'd inhaled a disease that could end her life—and in the process, transformed her [...]
Wonder Women: St. Louis’ Projects+Gallery to Show the Photography of Italian Artist Maïmouna Guerresi
If Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic explored the peril—and whimsy—of corporeal transformation, then artist Maïmouna Guerresi grants it spiritual scope.