Currents 117: Dave Hullfish Bailey at the Saint Louis Art Museum examines the relationship between the Missouri River, St. Louis, and the aquifers of the High Plains. Using sculpture, photography, found objects, and drawings, Baily links geography, the environment, and the concept of land usage into a narrative that questions the status quo with an eye to the future. Bailey is the 2018–2019 Henry L. and Natalie E. Freund Fellow and the exhibition is a result of a partnership between the Saint Louis Art Museum and Washington University’s Sam Fox School of Design. Currents 117 will run through March 8, 2020. For more information, go to www.slam.org.