5 Art Exhibits Worth Checking Out this January in St. Louis

By Katie Davis
In Culture

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

ARCHIVE by Anne Lindberg. Photo courtesy of University City Public Library.

“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.

“Reset”
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.

 

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