Clearly Human IV

Clearly Human IV

This Deadline Expired: Friday, February 21, 2020

The St. Louis Artists’ Guild is proud to host Clearly Human IV, an all-media group exhibition of artwork focused on the human figure. Clearly Human gives a comprehensive look at the many ways of representing the human figure, from traditional to contemporary, realistic to fanciful, beautiful to unsettling. The exhibit seeks a diverse view of humanity representing subjects varying greatly in gender, age, ethnicity, and nationality. The artists are encouraged to use the figure to explore a wide variety of themes, including definitions of beauty, perceptions of history, relationships with nature, and moments of everyday life.

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Sam Koren
Sam Koren
Joseph Labolito's images are a portrait of a city that he loves. He has photographed the people, places and things in Philadelphia in the 80s and 90s.
Joseph V. Labolito
Joseph V. Labolito

Joseph Labolito's images are a portrait of a city that he loves. He has photographed the people, places and things in Philadelphia…

Joseph Labolito's images are a portrait of a city that he loves. He has photographed the people, places and things in Philadelphia in the 80s and 90s.…

Joseph Labolito's images are a portrait of a city that he loves. He has photographed the people, places and things in Philadelphia in the 80s and 90s.…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination with images borrowed from art history and other popular cultural sources, Borgen has developed a hybrid visual language which he uses in his digital prints and wall installations to make comment on topics ranging from historical, formal strategies of artmaking to issues within the current political and social discourse.
Matthew Borgen
Matthew Borgen

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination…

Anne Leith
Anne Leith
Danielle Cartier
Danielle Cartier
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