Eric Wesley / St. Louis

21 May 2016 – April 2017
1296 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia, IL
Thu – Sat, 12–5pm & by appointment

Phase 2

Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works
Eric Wesley / St. Louis Other Works

Project Notes

View images, videos, and other ephemera documenting the Artist / City process.

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Texts/Press

Gavin Kroeber, “Eric Wesley Cahokia at Bortolami,” Art in America, March 2017

Evan Moffitt, “It’s A Wrap,” Frieze, March 2017

Jan Tumlir, “Infinite Jest: Jan Tumlir on Eric Wesley’s The Bell,” Artforum, February 2017

Alan Feuer, “Art Dealers Move Out of the Gallery and Into a Taco Bell,” The New York Times, October 2016

Pei-Ru Keh, “City limits: Bortolami Gallery’s ‘Artist/City’ upends the traditional exhibition model,” Wallpaper*, August 2016

Taylor Dafoe, “Bortolami Pushes Art Beyond NY and LA,” Blouin Artinfo, July 2016

Cindy Dampier, “Eric Wesley’s quest for high-art fame leads to a Taco Bell,” Chicago Tribune, July 2016

Dan Duray, “Bortolami creates US-wide mini-Marfas,” The Art Newspaper, July 2016

Casey Lesser, “An Artist Is Using a Former Taco Bell to Make the Art World Slow Down,” Artsy, July 2016

Sam Korman, “Emma Fernberger on Artist / City,” Flash Art, July 2016

Thomas Crone, “A Los Angeles Artist Has Transformed an Abandoned Taco Bell in Cahokia, Illinois into a Temporary Gallery,” St. Louis Magazine, July 2016

Michael R. Allen, “Intangible Heritage of the American Bottom,” Charting the American Bottom, June 2016