Fresh art at SFO, MIA, STL and LAX

Got time before or between flights? Check out these fresh art exhibits at these airports.

Lamps by Lillian Palmer. Courtesy SFO Museum

 

At San Francisco International Airport, the SFO Museum is presenting “At Home with Arts and Crafts” through December 10, 2017, pre-security International Terminal Main Hall Departures Lobby.

The exhibition features a wide assortment of Arts and Crafts furnishing from the early 20th Century.

 

Saturday Evening Girls Club/Paul Revere Pottery. Courtesy SFO Museum

Miami International Airport unveiled “Starting Ahead,” 25 portraits by five-time Pulitzer Prize nominee André Chung and Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalists C. W. Griffin and Carl-Philippe Juste taken in childcare centers and other venues.

 

Photo by C.W. Griffin/Iris PhotoCollective; Courtesy MIA

St. Louis Lambert International Airport has three new exhibitions for travelers:

From Gallery 210, part of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, there’s a lithograph exhibition featuring the work of eight noted international, national and regional artists.

 

On&On Series, Pt. 2, by Danielle and Kevin McCoy (WORK/PLAY) feature symbols representing Astral Travel, Enlightenment, Intuition, and Cosmos – all printed on denim.

 

The third exhibit at STL is Michael Hoffman’s work – Confluence 1 and Confluence 2 .

(Photos courtesy STL)

And at Los Angeles International Airport, a new exhibition titled Gate Pass by Nicole Rademacher in on view in the Terminal 3 Ticketing Level, while Olga Lah’s, installation titled Translation – which is  made of hundreds of opened paperback books –  is in the Tom Bradley International in the Customs Hallway, Arrivals Level. Both works will be there through mid-September 2017.

 

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Nicole Rademacher, “Gate Pass” Photo: Panic Studio LA

 

Ogla Lah’s ‘Translation’ . Photo: Panic Studio LA

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