Behind Our Masks
July 8-August 29, 2020
Wednesday-Saturday: 11 AM-5 PM
Group exhibition, OVERVIEW_2020, with works by artists represented by the gallery. Sara Ghazi Asadollahi, Laura Bear, Heather Bennett, Ben Brought, Lisa Bulawsky, Bunny Burson, Michael Byron, Judy Child, Patricia Clark, Carmon Colangelo, William Conger, Terry Conrad, Alex Couwenberg, Jill Downen, Yvette Drury Dubinsky, Ryan Eckert, Damon Freed, Douglass Freed, Richard Hull, Ellen Jantzen, Michael Jantzen, Kelley Johnson, Chris Kahler, Bill Kohn, Leslie Laskey, T. M. MacLowe, Justin Henry Miller, James Austin Murray, Arny Nadler, Ralph Nagel, Patricia Olynyk, Yvonne Osei, Gary Passanise, Robert Pettus, Daniel Raedeke, Charles P. Reay, Tom Reed, Frank Schwaiger, Charles Schwall, Christina Shmigel, Thomas Sleet, Buzz Spector, Andrea Stanislav, Vicky Tomayko, Cindy Tower, Riley Williams, and Mark Travers
In the New Media Room, we are showing a video work by New York–based Israeli artist Dana Levy (Footage Sources: Live streaming webcams collected during the pandemic, in the Spring of the year 2020.)
Group exhibition in the Project Room, "Behind Our Masks," created during the quarantine, works are by the gallery’s interns of our last two seasons with Viola Bordon, Haleigh Givens, Taylor Fulton, Lily Hollinden, Zoe Duncan, Ruoyi Gan, Xia Jin, Lauren Mann, and Eliza Reinhardt.
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Specializing in contemporary art, Bruno David Gallery has been a prominent art gallery since its establishment in New York City in 1984 and in Saint Louis in 2005. Bruno David represents some of the most innovative artists practicing in St. Louis, along with artists of international reputation. Bruno David Gallery’s art program introduces new contemporary art to gallery visitors, and is discussed in publications including, Art in America, Art Papers, Wall Street International Magazine, ArtNet Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.