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Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Saint Louis

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  • Free. Small. Changing exhibits. I didn't particularly care for the exhibit being shown. What was impressive was the highly engaging and knowledgeable staff. They have all been very well trained and se...  more »
  • are the 3 thinks that St. Louis has that can not be found anywhere else in the world. I have been visiting the Pulitzer since it first opened. It had very limited hours in it's early days but now it i...  more »
  • This is a small museum that offers a different experience than most galleries...it's not a big space and there aren't very many pieces on exhibit, which creates an intense focus on what is there. The ...  more »
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  • A true sanctuary. Tadao Ando's 1st free standing bldg in the US. A must visit for the art, the architecture or to clear your mind.
  • This is an unusual facility visually but stimulating simultaneously. I'm not really enthused about contemporary, modern, or the minimalist movement. The pool is cool. You'll enjoy and won't be disappointed.
  • Really an amazing gallery. Temporary exhibits coupled with a few permanent pieces. Don't forget to see the Richard Sera sculpture in the courtyard.
  • Great exhibition about tribals masks and their significance. Both art and computer science intersecting.
  • Absolutely gorgeous.