Contemporary Art Museum

If you are an art enthusiast and want to spend a great time wandering around a museum for contemporary art then you should definitely consider visiting the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis. There are several notable museums in St. Louis, but the Contemporary Art Museum gives life to visual arts and artists of our time. CAM is a non-collecting institution and features works from local, national and international artists. You will surely have an amazing time with your family visiting the Contemporary Art Museum.

The CAM has numerous exhibits and displays in the Main Galleries and The Front Room. Current exhibits include the David Noonan, Emily Wardill: Sick Serena and Dregs and Wreck and Wreck, Yoko Ono, Jonas Mekas: Walden (Diaries Notes and Sketches), Part 6. David Noonan has gained international reputation because of its amazing work incorporating photographic imagery of costumed performers and other theater elements in collage, paint or sculpture. The Jonas Mekas is is a solo exhibition of Emily Wardill, a British filmmaker. It features a 2007 film wherein performers appear in wonderful theatrical situations. There are still lots of amazing and interesting art exhibits are in store for you and your family in the Contemporary Arts Museum.

C AM is located at 3750 Washington Blvd., St. Louis and is open from Tuesdays through Saturdays at 10am to 5pm and during Sundays at 11am to 4pm. You can visit the Contemporary Art Museum online or call them at (314) 535-4660 for more information and other inquiries. Next time your family takes a tour down in St. Louis, be sure to visit the Contemporary Art Museum and create wonderful memories with your family.