5 Art Exhibits Worth Checking Out this January in St. Louis
This January, don’t miss out on the numerous art exhibits around the city. Between a unique teapot exhibit, a collection of American paintings, intense abstract designs and more, there is plenty of diversity in this month’s arts scene.
“ARCHIVE” by Anne Lindberg
Jan. 3-31, University City Public Library
Artist Anne Lindberg showcases her book-themed exhibit. “ARCHIVE” features a collection of paintings and drawings that take a look at the relationship between books and themes of storytelling, language and identity. More info online.
Fif-TEA 14th Biennial Teapot Exhibition
Jan. 10-March 23, Craft Alliance in The Loop
During Craft Alliance’s 50th anniversary celebration, the 14th annual Biennial Teapot Exhibition features a unique array of artistic and unusual teapot designs. Find more info at Craft Alliance.
Art Saint Louis “Pictorialist” Exhibit
Jan. 11-Feb. 20, Art Saint Louis
The form of photography known as pictorialism, popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, is re-examined in this exhibit that combines older pictorialist images with modern and digital effects. Info online.
Jan. 17-25, The Pulitzer Foundation
Art forms including visual art, dance, music, film and performance are explored in “Reset,” a multiple-exhibit programming series at The Pulitzer. More info online.
Joyce Pensato: I Killed Kenny
Jan. 24-April 13, Contemporary Art Museum
Check out artist Joyce Pensato‘s murals and paintings featuring abstract and slightly sardonic themes of Disney and Mickey Mouse. Find more info on this exhibit.