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Honors: Michael Converse

The Charlotte Street Foundation recently announced its selection of eight artists to create artworks for the 2017 Missouri Bank Crossroads Artboards, a pair of double-sided billboards at 125 Southwest Blvd.

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“Unapologetic: Hyeyoung Shin,” The Studios Inc

“Unapologetic: Hyeyoung Shin,” The Studios Inc

In “Unapologetic,” Hyeyoung Shin suspends nine, life-size, nude self-portraits, drawn with graphite on 16-foot-long Mylar sheets, from a 25-foot ceiling. Clustered in one corner of The Studios Inc’s gallery space and lit from behind by slivers of LED tubes, the drawings hang like glowing sheets of skin. The faces are mostly obscured by ribbons of […]

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“New Works by Madeline Gallucci,” Weinberger Fine Art

“New Works by Madeline Gallucci,” Weinberger Fine Art

Five years out of the Kansas City Art Institute, Madeline Gallucci is making her mark on the tradition of Kansas City abstraction, bringing it up to date with the information explosion and frenetic pace of the digital age. As a painter, Gallucci mines the tradition of Abstract Expressionism, but she imprints it with her own […]

Honors: Michael Converse

Honors: Michael Converse

The Charlotte Street Foundation recently announced its selection of eight artists to create artworks for the 2017 Missouri Bank Crossroads Artboards, a pair of double-sided billboards at 125 Southwest Blvd. The images change out every three months, and each rotation features works by two artists.

Artist Pages – Russell Ferguson: “Data Riven”

Artist Pages – Russell Ferguson: “Data Riven”

Marc Wilson, former director and CEO of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, called Russell Ferguson “one of the great draftsmen of his generation.” The longtime Kansas City artist is also a profound thinker, whose artworks embed a lifetime of travel and quest. For the past two years, Ferguson has worked with master printer Mike Sims […]

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