One of America’s most significant living artists, Chicago-based Kerry James Marshall is internationally celebrated for a sophisticated and diverse body of work in a broad range of media informed by African-American life and history, popular culture, and art history. His Front Room project will be a new, multidimensional installation specifically created for the space that examines ideas about scientific transformations of nature as they apply to race and humanity. It is scheduled to coincide with the June 2013 opening of the Saint Louis Art Museum’s new East Building expansion, where Marshall’s iconic work, Watts 1963 (1995), will be on view.
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Free for CAM members; $5 Adults; $3 Seniors; Free for Children and Students (with valid ID); Free for all visitors every Wednesday and Saturday?
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