5 Top Visual Arts Exhibits to See in November

 In Culture

This month, those who love art won’t be at a loss to find great new exhibits opening up around town. From contemporary paintings to holiday-themed shows and much more, this November’s selection has lots to offer.

kevin jerome everson exhibit

Kevin Jerome Everson exhibit. Photo courtesy of CAM.

Kevin Jerome Everson
Oct. 3-Dec. 3, Contemporary Art Museum
Described as moving portraits, artist Kevin Jerome Everson’s latest short films show different perspectives of the American sport, football. Now projected on the outside wall at CAM in Grand Center, “The Release” and “Tygers” help expose beautify and unusual rhythm in a well-known, everyday sport.

David Langley Exhibit
Nov. 1-30, Hoffman LaChance Fine Art Gallery
Artist David Langley shows off new work with interesting lines, some religious versus secular themes and unusual color choices. Prepare to see some thought-provoking pieces that touch upon beliefs, social ideas and more.

Lucas Blalock: Late Work
Nov. 8-Dec. 20, White Flag Projects
Showcasing artist-photographer Lucas Blalock’s “Late Work,” venue White Flag Projects presents an interesting exhibit with multiple Blalock works. Subject matter is as varied as food, natural elements or mechanical items.

Given Form
Nov. 13-Dec. 26, Foundry Art Centre
A juried exhibition featuring numerous artists and their work, “Given Form” includes pieces made from multiple types of materials including wood, clay, wire, glass, plastic, fiber and much more. Admire the artists’ creative use of such items to come up with unique sculptures.

Art St. Louis XXX, The Exhibition
Nov. 15-Dec. 24, Art St. Louis
Don’t miss out on the 30th annual juried Art St. Louis show featuring all media, all styles and all themes. This year, visitors can expect to check out 54 different art pieces, narrowed down from 500 submission, created by 43 local artists.


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