Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Presents The Front Room Short Exhibitions

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis announced a new season of The Front Room. Running parallel to the Main Galleries, The Front Room operates at a different speed, featuring films, performance, painting, sculpture, sound, photography, and new installations, each lasting a few weeks at a time.


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John Opera & Matt Sheridan Smith (January 21 – February 20)

Thea Djordjadze & George Maciunas (February 22 – March 20)

Margaret Salmon (March 8 – 27)

Pavel Büchler (March 22 – April 17)

Tellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen: The St. Louis Complaint Choir
(April 7 – 17; live performance on April 7)

Scott King & Richard Serra (April 19 – May 1)

This season of The Front Room is curated by Laura Fried, Associate Curator, and Dominic Molon, Chief Curator.

Manon de Boer: Between Perception and Sensation is generously supported by Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdam and public funds from the Netherlands Cultural Services.

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. Exhibitions, programs, and general operations are member supported and privately funded through contributions from generous individuals, corporations, public funders, and foundations. General operating support is provided by Whitaker Foundation; Missouri Arts Council, a state agency; Missouri Cultural Trust; Regional Arts Commission; Bank of America Charitable Foundation; Wells Fargo Advisors; and Arts and Education Council. Special thanks to Glazer’s Midwest, Midwest Valet, and Chase Park Plaza Hotel.

CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM ST. LOUIS
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis promotes meaningful engagement with the most relevant and innovative art being made today. Founded as the Forum for Contemporary Art in 1980, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis re-opened in its current location, 3750 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri, 63108, with a new 27,000 square foot building in 2003. As a non-collecting institution, the Contemporary focuses its efforts on featuring local, national and international, well-known and newly established artists from diverse backgrounds, working in all types of media. As St. Louis’ forum for interpreting culture through contemporary visual art, the Contemporary connects visitors to the dynamic art and ideas of our times. As a gathering place for experiencing contemporary art and culture, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis pushes the boundaries of innovation, creativity, and expression. Visit the Contemporary’s website at www.camstl.org

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