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8 Things That Changed This Year In The St. Louis Arts Scene

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Provided by the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
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As our city rocked from the upheavals of 2014, a series of quieter changes was taking place in the St. Louis art world.

Several arts organizations debuted, others expanded and a few folded. Some relocated and others featured uncharacteristic fare to appeal to wider audiences. Here’s a look at eight of this year’s evolutions in the local arts scene.

  • Bruno David found its Grove on Vandeventer. Bruno David who founded his namesake Grand Center gallery 10 years ago, opened a second location in The Grove area in October. Called Bruno David Projects, the space focuses on exhibiting women artists.
    Kehinde Wiley, detail, ‘After Titian's Penitent Mary Magdalene,’ oil wash on paper, 90 x 60 inches, Courtesy of Susan and David Sherman
    Credit Provided by Philip Slein Gallery
    Kehinde Wiley, detail, ‘After Titian's Penitent Mary Magdalene,’ oil wash on paper, 90 x 60 inches, Courtesy of Susan and David Sherman

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