Built: Kranzberg Exhibition Series

Built: Kranzberg Exhibition Series

June 5 – September 6, 2009
Laumeier Sculpture Park Indoor Galleries

Laumeier Sculpture Park announces the local artists selected to participate in the 2009 Kranzberg Exhibition. Six artists will transform the indoor galleries into five unique installations for the seventh edition of the Kranzberg series. The exhibition opens June 5 and will continue through September 6, 2009.

Sarah Frost  

Sarah Frost will construct two large-scale, site specific sculptures of repurposed items from daily life. An MFA graduate of Southern Illinois University —Edwardsville, Frost recently participated in the “Our Commodity” exhibition at the Regional Arts Commission.

  Craig Norton  

Craig Norton will create an installation employing drawings, stencils and wooden sculptures that will focus on the continuing strife in the Darfur region of Sudan. His 2007 exhibition at White Flag Projects, “127 Racist Drawings,” focused on the U.S. civil rights movement.

Stan Chisholm  

Stan Chisholm will construct an installation/environment using a variety of two and three-dimensional materials in a large narrative vignette filled with idiosyncratic figures. A recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chisholm was featured in “Screwed In” at the Regional Arts Commission in 2008.

  Mike Behle  

Mike Behle will exhibit an interactive sound sculpture as well as paintings reflecting on emotional contrasts of the human condition. He has exhibited in Chicago, Brooklyn, New York City, San Antonio and St. Louis among other cities.

Cameron Fuller & Sarah Paulsen  

Cameron Fuller & Sarah Paulsen will collaborate on an ambitious gallery installation merging Fuller’s architectural, sculptural trickery with animations by Paulsen. The exhibition, driven by a carnival theme, will also have a major outdoor component. Both are MFA graduates of Washington University in St. Louis (2007). Paulsen was featured in Gallery 210’s “Exposure 10” show in 2007. Fuller has exhibited widely around St. Louis and across the country.


Support for this exhibition provided by:
Ken and Nancy Kranzberg
The Regional Arts Commission
The Arts and Education Council of Greater Saint Louis
The Missouri Arts Council
The Mark Twain Laumeier Fund
Saint Louis County Parks
Baisch and Skinner Wholesale Floral Distributor

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