Cell phone tour

Ann Hamilton’s O N E E V E R Y O N E · St. Louis (2015), located in Hillman Hall, is included in the Cell Phone Tour.

The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum cell phone tour features artworks in and around the Museum and throughout Washington University's Danforth Campus as part of the Art on Campus program. Each 2-3 minute audio recording gives information about the artist’s practice and provides art historical context for the artwork.

To listen, dial 314.558.9580 followed by the corresponding extension number listed below. CLICK HERE for a printable map of Danforth Campus.


Danforth Campus

 

Boles Plaza, Bauer Hall, Olin Business School

19# Jaume Plensa, Ainsa I, 2013

Outside Samuel Cupples Hall II

20# Ayşe Erkmen, Places, 2015

Second Floor, Karl D. Umrath Hall

21# Spencer Finch, East Meets West, 2014

Second and Third Floors, Hillman Hall, George Warren Brown School of Social Work

24# Ann Hamilton, O N E E V E R Y O N E · St. Louis, 2015 

Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center

25# Katharina Grosse, Untitled, 2016

Adjacent to the Swamp, South 40

26# Tom Friedman, Swamp Creature Friends, 2016


Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum

 

Saligman Family Atrium

10# Olafur Eliasson, Your Imploded View, 2001

During the transformation of Washington University's east end, artworks previously on view on the Museum's Florence Steinberg Weil Sculpture Plaza and Jordan Charitable Foundation Central Plaza have been put into storage. If you'd like to find out more about these sculptures, you can still listen to the cell phone tour at the extensions noted below.

11# Alexander Calder, Five Rudders, 1964

12# Jacques Lipchitz, Mother and Child, 1949

13# Aristide Maillol, Homage à Debussy, c. 1930

14# Dan Peterman, Accessories to an Event, 2006

15# Pierre-Auguest Renoir, La laveuse (Washerwoman), 1917

16# Auguste Rodin, The Shade, 1880

17# Ibram Lassaw, Presence, 1960

Sculptures will be back on view in the new Florence Steinberg Weil Sculpture Garden after the completion of the Musuem expansion in 2019.

Find out more about the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum expansion>>

Find out more about the East End Transformation project>>


Support

Support for the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum cell phone tour is provided by the Whitaker Foundation.

Press

Danielle Leventhal, "Art in the Lou: ‘Hotline Bling’ at the Kemper," Student Life, March 23, 2016.