Art & Emotion of Color Tour

Art & Emotion of Color Tour

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Take a curated arts tour in the first arts hotel in St. Louis and the first hotel in the world where you book your room by emotion of color.

About this event

Take a curated arts tour with Arts Relations Manager and Curator, Vanessa Rudloff. She will give you the insider’s tour to the current exhibits, our colorful rooms, eclectic public spaces and end your tour with the rooftop skyline views of the Angad Rooftop Terrace. Learn the history of the building and the exciting exhibitions currently on display by local artists in this Grand Center Arts District destination.

Currently exhibiting:


On view May 2022 - October 2022

Angad Arts Hotel's 6th Biannual Exhibition features 36 local and regional artists selected from our spring call for art. The majority of the artwork will be featured in the 12th floor lobby, with some additional works on the first floor and in ART Bar.

Artists featured include:

Rosemarie Adcock

Natalie Baldeón

Felicia Cannon

David Carter

Destini Clark

Samantha Clarke

Jacque Davis

Jo Jasper Dean

Zac Farmer

Suzy Farren

Zoë Finkelstein

Ted Gillespie

Beth Goyer

Gavin Hadley

Jason Hanson

Tyler Harris

Vicki Hefty

Julie Henslee

Tim Judge

Sam Kampelman

Anne Kostecki

My Linh Mac

Garry McMichael

Metal Priestess

Jared Minnick

Henry Moyerman

Natcha Wongchanglaw

Bill Perry

Luisa Otero Prada

Cecilia Prandi

Tony Rio

Bill Russell

Adrienne Sandusky

James Spell

Jamey Tochtrop

Jeane Vogel

Artwork featured: Forgotten Class of 22' by artist Zoë Finkelstein @napnaptimetime

In the Hidden Gallery:

QUARANTINE CHRONICLES, new poetry by Jared C. Lewis AKA Blakk

This amazing first book by Lewis is individually framed page-by-page for the viewer.


ON VIEW in the First Floor Gallery

June 2022-August 2022

Stories We Are Told

Solo Exhibition with artist Ria Unson

Ria Unson is a Filipino American artist living and working in St. Louis, Missouri. She takes books from Western classic literature and American textbooks and use them as the framework for portraits inspired by family photographs. There is a tension between parts of the portraits that are more fully rendered and others that are obscured or distorted by the printed letterforms. The resulting palimpsests become new narratives that invite viewers to reexamine the stories they might already know well—but now through a different lens.

IG @riaunson

Featured BELOW: Unson, Ria. Musketeers, 2022.

See this and many other hidden treasures on this curated art tour.

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