A indigenous of United Arab Emirates, Al Qasimi’s image-dependent set up on CAM’s Undertaking Wall will mirror on her family members record. Her do the job frequently explores notions of society, domesticity, escapism and labor.

‘in c/o: practice’

When Sept. 25-Nov. 11 • The place The Luminary, 2701 Cherokee Street • How considerably Cost-free • Much more details theluminaryarts.com

An exhibition asks irrespective of whether a Black feminist technique to making objects and accessing history may possibly impel cultural establishments to grow to be far more supportive. It involves movie, audio, sculpture and textiles by curator Andrea Yarbrough and artists Adero Knott, Nia-Amina Insignificant, Racha Tahani Lawler Queen and Blair Ebony Smith.






Kathy Butterly ceramic

“Blue” (2020) by Kathy Butterly




Kathy Butterly: ‘Out of one particular, quite a few / Headscapes’

When By way of Feb. 13 • The place Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, 3750 Washington Boulevard • How much No cost • Much more data 314-535-4660 camstl.org

A ceramist for much more than 30 decades, Kathy Butterly generates tiny-scale sculptures, lots of considerably less than 6 inches superior. Items are subjected to at times dozens of firings in the kiln, modifying the first shape and shades. Some evoke woman bodies, while many others feel to fold in on by themselves.