Rochelle Feinstein, Love Vibe (detail), 1999–2014. 6 paintings, oil on canvas, 74 x 74 inches each (188 x 188 cm). Courtesy the artist and On Stellar Rays. Photo: Adam Reich.
Pedro Reyes, Sanatorium, 2011–present. Installation view, Whitechapel Gallery, London. Courtesy the artist; LABOR, Mexico City; Lisson Gallery, London; and Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo.
Visit camstl.org/sanatorium to find out about becoming a volunteer “therapist,” and make this summer’s artwork come alive!
Laurie Simmons, The Love Doll/Day 8 (Lying on Bed), 2010. Fuji Matte print, 70 × 47 inches (178 x 119 cm). Zimmer Collection.
Laurie Simmons, Boy II/Silver Desk/Three-Quarter View, 2013. Pigment print, 151 x 228 inches (383.5 x 579.1 cm) Edition 1 of 2. Courtesy the artist and Salon 94, New York.
Michael Staniak, IMG_800, 2014. Casting compound and acrylic on board, steel frame, 120 x 90 cm. Courtesy the artist and Steve Turner, Los Angeles.
Michael Staniak, IMG_848 (Internet Blueprint), 2014. Casting compound and acrylic on board, steel frame. Courtesy the artist and Steve Turner, Los Angeles.
New Art in the Neighborhood student working on a large-scale, moveable mural with Screwed Arts Collective, 2014.
The deadline to apply for the 2016 Great Rivers Biennial is May 4, 2015. For more information and to apply, visit camstl.org/grb.
Marco Brambilla: Materialization/De-Materialization, installation view, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, February 6–April 30, 2015. Photo: Alex Elmestad.