VALENTINE’S DAY IS IN TWO WEEKS! Good, now that I’ve got your attention –because you ‘re still looking for something for that special someone – let me give you an easy fix with a few V-Day presents available in CAM’s Gift Shop. All of these gifts come in beautiful shades of red, white, and silver, and give the “I’m thankful you’re you” message you’re looking for.
Whether you’re looking for a Heart CAM T-shirt for your laid-back girlfriend, a recyclable, aluminum water bottle with carabineer for your outdoorsy boyfriend, or a book on her favorite exhibit at CAM for your Mom, we’ve got you covered! All of these gifts and more are available for purchase online at www.camstl.org/shop or by visiting the CAM Shop Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm; Sunday, 11 am-4 pm; and until 8 pm on Thursday.
Check out our Valentine’s Day gift ideas available in CAM’s Gift Shop:
My personal favorite gift idea is the gift that lasts an entire year! You can share your love of CAM with a gift membership this Valentine’s Day! For only $45 you can give your special someone a year-long gift of art. Members enjoy unlimited admission to exhibitions, invitations to special member events, and the joy of supporting a dynamic organization like CAM. The process is easy. Just visit www.camstl.org/membership or contact Emily DeCenso at email@example.com or by calling 314-535-0770 x217 to buy your special someone a year membership at CAM.
Don’t leave buying a Valentine’s Day gift until the very last minute. Visit CAM now through February 14 for an out of the box Valentine’s Day gift that will get you noticed.
1. A Fiction of Authenticity: Contemporary Africa Abroad. $35. 7.75 x 10 inch, 184 page, paperback catalog. More than 60 color illustrations. Foreword by Paul Ha. Essays by Shannon Fitzgerald, Tumelo Mosaka, Okwui Enwezor, Salah Hassan, Gilane Tawadros, Orlando Britto Jinorio and Ery Camara.
2. Silver Spiral Aluminum Journal with CAM logo. $12.
3. Sabina Ott: Everywhere There is Somewhere. $15. 5.75 x 8 inch, 52 page, paperback exhibition catalog. 14 color illustrations. Introduction by Elizabeth Wright Millard and Mel Watkin. Essays by William H. Gass and Rochelle Steiner.
4. Cindy Sherman: Working Girl. $20. 10 x 8 inch, 56 page, paperback exhibition catalog. More than 20 black and white illustrations. Foreword by Paul Ha. Essay by Catherine Morris. Designed by Bruce Burton.
5. I Remember Heaven: Jim Hodges and Andy Warhol. $35. 9×12 inch, 112 page, hardcover exhibition catalog. Foreword by Paul Ha. Essays by Susan Cahan and Jose Munoz. Designed by Omnivore.
6. Heart CAM Black T-shirt. $10.
7. Carroll Dunham: Paintings and Drawings. 8.5 x 10 inch, 52 page, paperback exhibition catalog. 23 color illustrations. Foreword by Nancy Doll. Essay and catalogue descriptions from Phyllis Plous. Organized by the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum.
8. CAM Logo Aluminum Sports Bottle. $5.
9. Michael Lin. Palais de Tokyo.
10. Utopian Cannibal: Adventures in Reverse Anthropology. $25. 9 x 6.5 inch, 90 page, paperback exhibition catalog. More than 20 color illustrations. Foreword by Elizabeth Wright Millard. Essays by Mel Watkin and Manuel Ocampo.
11. Larry Krone: Artist/Entertainer Limited Edition Boxset. $100. 10.5 x 6.75 inch, limited edition of 500 box set. 98-page full-color exhibition catalog. Essays by Shannon Fitzgerald and Carin Kuoni. Designed by Bruce Burton.
12. Black CAM Logo Ball Cap. $6. Adjustable back.
13. Michael Lin. $30. 9 x 9 inch, 64 page, hardcover exhibition catalog. 55 coloriIllustrations. Foreword by Paul Ha. Essays by Shannon Fitzgerald and Frances Stark. Designed by Bruce Burton.
14. Metallic CAM Carry All Bag. $25.
15. Kim Mosely: Sixteen Stages of Psychosexual Development with Wordy Drawings & Annotations. $8. 11 x 8.5 inch, 48 page, paperback exhibition catalog.
16. Katie Holten: Paths of Desire. $25. 9×7 inch, 120 page, paperback exhibition catalog. Foreword by Paul Ha. Edited by Katie Holten. Text by Lia Gangitano. Contributions by Elizabeth Kolbert, James Howard Kunstler, A. M. Homes, Rebecca Solnit, Fritz Haeg, J.G. Ballard, Andrea Zittel. Designed by Bruce Burton.
17. Pink CAM Logo T-shirt. $10.
18. Reconditioned Abstraction. $10. 11 x 8.5 inch, 20 page, paperback exhibition catalog. Includes color illustrations from each artist. Introduction by Mel Watkin. Essay by Martin Ball.
19. For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn’t there. $40. 9 x 13.75 inch, 176 page, softcover exhibition catalog. Includes a new essay by exhibition curator Anthony Huberman. Edited, arranged, and designed by London-based writer Will Holder.