Anne Thompson

Mark Flood

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

December 2014

Mark Flood’s first solo museum exhibition coheres around ideas of trickery—political, financial, and artistic—and performs its own trick by aligning the artist’s anticapitalist pose with his trompe l’oeil painting chops. This show… READ ON

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Donald Judd

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts

December 2013

In the first exhibition devoted to Donald Judd’s late-career focus on color, the Pulitzer Foundation gathers some twenty sculptures and thirty works on paper to showcase the artist’s notable departure from using no more than two hues per… READ ON

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“In the Still Epiphany”

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts

July 2012

In this installation-exhibition, “In the Still Epiphany,” artist Gedi Sibony enlists some fifty works from the Pulitzer Collection as props and players in a romantic drama about relationships—formal, art-historical, and personal. The … READ ON

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Richard Aldrich

March 2011

In “Richard Aldrich and the 19th Century French Painting” Aldrich makes his first solo museum show a shrewd collaboration, joining twenty of his paintings with older works borrowed from the Saint Louis Art Museum’s permanent collection—two… READ ON

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Mel Bochner

June 2010

Text-art pioneer Mel Bochner has begun making paintings with a hydraulic press, a new process whose results––elegant and aggressive––further complicate his career-long reflection on the inefficacy of language. In the 1970s Bochner … READ ON

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