The Kranzberg Arts Foundation Visual Art Program showcases outstanding, relevant works from a diverse range of artists in the St. Louis community. In collaboration with area nonprofits, artists, and educators, the Kranzberg Arts Foundation challenges established concepts of what art is and does, and engages with the community in new and meaningful ways. This spirit of innovation, experimentation, and community make the Kranzberg Arts Foundation Visual Art Program one of the premier visual arts destinations in the Midwest.
The Gallery at The Kranzberg
With natural light and hardwood floors, the Gallery at the Kranzberg boasts an inviting 800 square feet of dedicated installation space. The 8-foot windows on the Eastern facing wall allow 24-hour active viewership from historic Grand Boulevard for the duration of the exhibition, even beyond gallery hours. The gallery can accommodate professional hanging systems, pedestals, and archival quality vitrines that are available to exhibiting artists by request.
The Dark Room
The Gallery at The Dark Room is a contemporary art space located in The Grandel, dedicated to exhibiting dynamic bodies of work by emerging and mid-career photographers in St. Louis. An intimate space where live music, wine, and food merge with art, The Dark Room exhibitions are curated by Director of Visual Infrastructure Gina Grafos and rotate on a bi-monthly basis.
Nestled in the heart of High Low is a 600-sq. ft. gallery space equipped with modern gallery lighting and professional hanging systems. Exhibitors can extend displays beyond the gallery to the perimeter of the Listening Room adjacent to the gallery when available. Artists and organizations exhibiting at High Low have the opportunity to utilize a projection system, pedestals, and vitrines if desired.