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Summer Exhibitions Opening

May 1, 2015, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

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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. 

Christian Jankowski, Das Gesunde Werden (Becoming Healthy) (detail), 2013. 20 photographs, 2-channel video installation, and various objects, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist; Grieder Contemporary, Zürich; and Petzel Gallery, New York. Photo: Axel Linge. 

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.

Laurie Simmons, The Love Doll/Day 24 (diving), 2010. Fuji Matte print, 51 × 70 inches (130 × 178 cm). Courtesy the artist and Salon 94, New York.

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.

Laurie Simmons, The Love Doll/Day 8 (Lying on Bed), 2010. Fuji Matte print, 70 × 47 inches (178 x 119 cm). Zimmer Collection. 

Michael Staniak, IMG_830, 2014. Casting compound and acrylic on board, steel frame, 160 x 120 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.

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. Christian Jankowski, Das Gesunde Werden (Becoming Healthy) (detail), 2013. 20 photographs, 2-channel video installation, and various objects, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist; Grieder Contemporary, Zürich; and Petzel Gallery, New York. Photo: Axel Linge. 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.Laurie Simmons, The Love Doll/Day 24 (diving), 2010. Fuji Matte print, 51 × 70 inches (130 × 178 cm). Courtesy the artist and Salon 94, New York.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.Laurie Simmons, The Love Doll/Day 8 (Lying on Bed), 2010. Fuji Matte print, 70 × 47 inches (178 x 119 cm). Zimmer Collection. Michael Staniak, IMG_830, 2014. Casting compound and acrylic on board, steel frame, 160 x 120 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.

Friday, May 1

7:00-9:00 pm

Complimentary bar and valet for members.

Join CAM for the opening of summer exhibitions, featuring Occupational Therapy—a group show about the complexities of the artistic process—and recent work by acclaimed photographer Laurie Simmons. Also on view are paintings by Australian artist Michael Staniak and a celebration of the twentieth anniversary of CAM’s flagship education program, New Art in the Neighborhood.  Green Varnish, a living sculpture by New York-based Nomad Studio, will take over CAM’s courtyard May 23 through September 13, and an exhibition of new work made specifically for CAM by painter Liat Yossifor opens on July 3.

Art Shuttle
CAM, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, and the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum  will provide a free art shuttle between all three locations, which are hosting opening receptions this evening. The shuttle will run in a continuous loop between Grand Center and Washington University in St. Louis beginning at 6:30 pm, with the last shuttles leaving both locations at 9:00 pm. Visitors are encouraged to park at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum and ride the shuttle to CAM and the Pulitzer in Grand Center.