VIDEO: St. Louis Artist Jamie Adams Discusses Voluptuous New Paintings

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ADAMS' CURRENT EXHIBITION OF BLACK-AND-WHITE PAINTINGS ARE INSPIRED BY THE ACTRESS JEAN SEBERG'S APPEARANCE IN JEAN-LUC GODARD'S 1960 FILM BREATHLESS.
  • Adams' current exhibition of black-and-white paintings are inspired by the actress Jean Seberg's appearance in Jean-Luc Godard's 1960 film Breathless.

Washington University art professor Jamie Adams unveiled his recent work this month at Philip Slein Gallery, and Riverfront Times was there on opening night to meet the artist and discuss his inspiration.

Lovers of sensual French films will know what he's talking about.

Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at Lindsay.Toler@RiverfrontTimes.com.

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