Summer Exhibitions at CAM: Urban Planning, Color Key, & FAR FAR DOWN

This summer, the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis presents three exhibitions – Urban Planning, Color Key, and KAWS: FAR FAR DOWN. Urban Planning looks at urban development over the past 50 years; Color Key features 2016’s Creative Stimulus Award winners and offers insights into identity, culture, mathematical inquiry, and personal trauma; and FAR FAR DOWN is a piece by the artist KAWS, whose work draws profound links between popular culture, commercialization, and the human condition.

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Summer Exhibitions at CAM: Urban Planning, Color Key, & FAR FAR DOWN

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The Medium and the Message: Currents 114 at the Saint Louis Art Museum

The Saint Louis Art Museum launches its 114th iteration of "Currents" with the work of Matt Saunders.

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Eminent Domain/Displaced

Eminent Domain/Displaced is a multimedia exhibition of place, portraiture, and landscape at the Griot Museum of Black History.

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International Photography Hall of Fame Honorees 2017

Nine artists are selected each year for induction into the Hall of Fame. This year Kenny Rogers was honored with the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award.

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St. Louis Artists' Guild presents Reclaim

The St. Louis Artists' Guild's new exhibit Reclaim features works from regional artists made from recycled, renewed, and repurposed materials.

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Exhibit Honors U.S. Team's First Chess Olympiad Victory in 40 Years

Members of the U.S. team that beat 180 countries to win gold share their stories at the World Chess Hall of Fame's exhibit featuring chess olympiad artifacts.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am