The members of the League of 32 Signs are six Saint Louis artists who share the imagery of the geometric signs that appear around the world in prehistoric rock art. These 32 signs, first noted by paleoanthropologist Genevieve Von Petzinger in European caves, are at least 65,000 years old, and have been used by humans, including Neanderthals, from the paleolithic to the present day. While the signs almost certainly had meaning, they have not been deciphered. The artists of the League of 32 Signs use them intuitively to celebrate the incredible continuity and universality of this most ancient art form.
First Friday at the Judson House
3733 Washington Blvd St. Louis 63108
First Friday of every month, 5-9pm
Featuring the art of the League of 32 Signs