artist / participant
Reena Spaulings emerged in 2004 as the protagonist of a book authored by the artist-group Bernadette Corporation. Simultaneously an art gallery located in New York’s Lower East Side and an artist making paintings, flags, postcards, films, CDs, and installations, Reena Spaulings presents itself/herself in a variety of shifting guises: a story, a gallerist, an artist, a place, and a collective—always in an attempt to blur the distinction between identities. Reena Spaulings opens the Fall 2008 season of The Front Room with new and recent work.
Image credit: Reena Spaulings, The Front Room, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, 2008. Photo by Richard Sprengeler.
General support for the Contemporary’s exhibitions program is generously provided by the Whitaker Foundation; The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; William E. Weiss Foundation; Regional Arts Commission; Missouri Arts Council, a state agency; Arts and Education Council; Nancy Reynolds and Dwyer Brown; and members of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
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