Stephen Paul Day, a committed modernist romantic, disillusioned with his provincial state of art, began his studies in lithography at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. Longing for an existential experience, Stephen flourished in France. In 1985 he was awarded a residency at the Experimental Glass Workshop in New York City. His exhibitions, Kryptonite Lies and Robber Barons, cemented his position as an artist in the city where he remained for the next six years. He had his first solo show in New Orleans at the alternative Bienville Gallery. Since that time he has actively shown with the Arthur Roger Gallery. In 1990 he met his wife Sibylle Peretti and created the collaborative team, Club S+S. Their works together would bring them worldwide as resident artists and with exhibitions in Japan, France Germany and the United States and Mexico. These journeys included two residencies at Wheaton Arts, the Kohler Factory, and at the Freies Museum,Berlin. Their exhibitions included 1822 at the CAC in New Orleans, Diluvial Hood in Berlin , and an unofficial Souvenir Wagon for Prospect 1. They have been awarded many grants including a Joan Mitchell career grant, a Pollack Krasner grant, and a Wharhol Foundation grant.

Saturday, July 31, 2021 to Sunday, September 26, 2021