On StuckatTheAirport.com, I often make note of an inspiring museum-quality exhibition that has made its way to an airport.
Today, I’m pleased to point you to a museum exhibition that has been inspired by an airport.
The Saint Louis Art Museum is showing an exhibition of work by Ian Monroe that takes its cue from the architecture and history of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport terminal. The building was designed by architect Minoru Yamasaki, who designed the World Trade Center and the Twin Towers.
Currents 105: Ian Monroe will be on view in Gallery 338 at the Saint Louis Art Museum through July 31, 2011. Even better: admission to the Saint Louis Art Museum is free.
(Images courtesy Haunch of Venison and Ian Monroe © Ian Monroe)
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