NEW TERRITORIES, 2015–18
Laumeier's thematic focus of New Territories, 2015–18, follows the activities previously launched under the theme of Archaeology of Place, 2010–14. New Territories broadens our look at the world’s cultural zones as they have directly and indirectly impacted life in St. Louis.
First launched during 2014 EXPO Chicago, Laumeier staff and adjunct curators Mark Coetzee, Founding Director & Chief Curator, Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art, Cape Town; Dylan Robinson, Independent Curator, Vancouver; and Lana Sokolova, Local Programs Director, YARAT Contemporary Art Space, Baku, Azerbaijan, worked with artists who imaginatively challenge the economy-driven thinking about these rich, global, cultural zones beyond East vs. West and North vs. South.
FARID RASULOV: 1001 SKEWERS
INDOOR EXHIBITION / APRIL 7–JULY 29, 2018
Whitaker Foundation Gallery, Adam Aronson Fine Arts Center
FARID RASULOV, BIRD #1, 2018
OUTDOOR COMMISSION / APRIL 7–JULY 29, 2018
Northern Grove, Outdoor Galleries
Curated by Dana Turkovic and supported by an Independent Artist Project grant from CEC Artslink, Zymo Sculpture Studio, Joan and Mitch Markow, and Mary and James Canova.