Kemper Art Museum, Last Chance for Fall Exhibitions

December 21st, 2006 · No Comments · St Louis, Writing

Julius Popp, Bit.Fall, 2006, currently on view at the Kemper Art Museum in Grid < > Matrix, [source]

If you haven’t yet been to the sublime new Kemper Art Museum, you better go now. The three blockbuster exhibitions which opened the museum this fall are closing on Dec. 31, and no one within a reasonable radius of St Louis should miss them: Grid < > Matrix, with the show-stopping Bit.Fall featured above, Models and Prototypes, with LA artist Mark Bennett’s magical blueprints of TV-land, along with Marcel Duchamp’s Pocket Chess Set, and Ed Ruscha’s classic Every Building on Sunset Strip; and Pure Invention: Tom Friedman, which is pure hide-and-seek whimsy.

Look for Murray’s contribution to the interactive matrix wall drawing in the main hallway. Hint: it’s much higher than 99% of the other drawings, and spills the secret of how he got so high up there in the first place.

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