From October 2011 - May 2012 Los Caminos operated as an alternative space for exhibiting emerging contemporary art from Saint Louis and beyond. Located in a second floor apartment in Saint Louis’s Cherokee Street neighborhood, Los Caminos used the domestic areas of the apartment as a meeting place to view, discuss, and generate contemporary art.
Los Caminos continues to operate as a roving curatorial collective, organizing exhibitions in St. Louis and throughout the United States.
Cole Root, Co-Director
Cole Root is an independent curator based in Brooklyn. He has produced projects at Snowflake/Citystock, PSTL Gallery, Hoffman LaChance Contemporary, Boots Contemporary Art Space, and The Front Room at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Root served as the Exhibitions Manager at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and works as a freelance art handler for other local arts institutions.
Francesca Wilmott, Former Co-Director
Francesca Wilmott formerly co-directed Concertina Gallery in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. In May 2010 she completed a dual-masters degree in Modern Art History, Theory and Criticism, and Arts Administration and Policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has additionally organized exhibitions for the Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago), the GOFFO Art Fair at Art Chicago, and the Charlotte Street Foundation (Kansas City). She has contributed to Temporary Art Review and St. Louis Magazine and was a guest blogger for the Art21 Blog. Francesca recently relocated to Brooklyn.
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