Visual Art Reviews

“Built Environments,” Epsten Gallery

Immersive, multi-media installations respond to the light, planes, and architectural design of the Epsten Gallery space in the exhibit “Built Environments,” curated by the gallery’s director Heather Lustfeldt. The exhibit,

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“Jonathan Knight,” EthnicArt Gallery

The 20-year history of Ron Chaney’s EthnicArt Gallery has come full circle. In an opening celebration on December 15th, Chaney inaugurated his new gallery space, located in the heart of the 18th and Vine District with its first show, “The Art of Jonathan Knight.” Chaney’s vision and commitment to bring the work of African American […]

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“Charlotte Street Foundation Fellows 2017,” Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art

The 21st iteration of the Charlotte Street Foundation Fellows exhibition, which always focuses on Kansas City artists, includes Stephen Proski, Samara Umbral and Karen McCoy.  The artists were selected by a national team of arts professionals, including Bruce Hartman, the Nerman Museum’s Executive Director and Chief Curator. Independent Curator Dan Cameron, who is organizing Kansas […]

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“Built Environments,” Epsten Gallery

Immersive, multi-media installations respond to the light, planes, and architectural design of the Epsten Gallery space in the exhibit “Built Environments,” curated by the gallery’s director Heather Lustfeldt. The exhibit, part of the “Every Street is Charlotte Street” exhibition series in honor of the Charlotte Street Foundation’s 20th anniversary, highlights past Charlotte Street Award winners […]

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“Soviet Realities,” Telephonebooth Gallery

“Soviet Realities” at the Telephonebooth Gallery features American and Russian artworks involved in anti-authoritarian politics and critiques of the Russian government. Curated by artist Marc Saviano and gallery owner Tim Brown, the exhibition is made up of digital images printed on paper. The exhibition might be daunting to some, as much of the text is […]

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