Cecille R. Hunt Gallery | Webster University

Cecille R. Hunt Gallery

Hunt GalleryThe Hunt Gallery is an integral part of the educational mission of the Department of Art, Design, and Art History, as well as an important and highly visible aspect of its community outreach. The Hunt Gallery is a non-commercial, alternative venue for providing professionally curated exhibitions of contemporary art for the academic community and broader St. Louis area public.

As a significant factor in St. Louis region's cultural environment, Hunt Gallery presents exhibitions of individual artists and/or groups of artists of regional, national and international renown whose works demonstrate significant aesthetic achievement and art historical importance.

8342 Big Bend Blvd.
Webster Groves, MO 63119

Tom Lang exhibition showcard

On September 25th 2020 Hunt Gallery is opening a virtual exhibition of works by Tom Lang, titled Scratching. While Lang has had numerous solo shows in the U.S. and abroad, Scratching would have been his first exhibition at Webster University. Tom Lang served as Chair of the Department of Art, Design, and Art History, and has taught art at Webster for 49 years.

The exhibition was originally intended to appear in the Cecille R. Hunt Gallery and now will be Hunt Gallery's first virtual exhibition. Although this exhibition will not be a retrospective, in his own word's "at a certain point everything is a kind of retrospective." The virtual exhibition of Scratching will show a selection of works created in the past year and a half which are assembled with important nods to the many years of his art making.

 

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