Posted inArt

Thank God It’s Not Abstract: A Ridykeulous Interview

ST. LOUIS — Nicole Eisenman and A.L. Steiner’s current exhibition Readykeulous by Ridykeulous: This is What Liberation Feels Like™, at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, is a heady riot of neon, smut, Sharpie scribbles, editorial angst, lesbian supremacist propaganda, and impassioned ink-on-paper correspondence by over fifty artists from Jack Smith to Kathleen Hanna.

Posted inArt

Art Needs Drag

ST. LOUIS — The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts recently hosted a week-long series of exhilaratingly unconventional events collectively titled RESET, during which yoga, break-dancing, fort-building, nail art, drag performance, and more unspooled on a commissioned installation by New York-based artist David Scanavino.