Steve Vail Hosts First Exhibition In 5 Years

The Project Room at Steven Vail Fine Arts is hosting “The Show Must Go On.” Photo: Art in America Guide.

Steven Vail Fine Arts, an art gallery near the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Garden, is featuring a new exhibition, “The Show Must Go On,” through Dec. 10 in its Project Room. The group exhibition, which features 14 international and national artists, is the gallery’s first showing since 2016 and debuts the gallery’s newly occupied and renovated area in downtown’s Fitch Building.

“The Show Must Go On” highlights various contemporary artists, including Alex Katz, post-minimalist Richard Tuttle, conceptual artist John Baldessari and more.  “After nearly five years of not having an exhibition open to the public, I thought it would be fitting to show a small cross-section of contemporary artists whose work we have represented over the last few decades,” owner Steven Vail said in a release.

The exhibition is open by appointment only. You can also view the artwork in virtual reality here.

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