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This small museum presents changing exhibits of high aesthetic taste. The current show focuses on color, in particular the color blue. And that is enough to provide visitors with a thoughtful artistic experience. The minimal style of the architect, Tadao Ando, is ideal for modern...更多
My wife & I first visited the Pulitzer Arts Foundation museum over 10 years ago, and recently returned while looking for something to entertain our minds on a late July morning in the Grand Center Arts District. The Pulitzer is not well known & is...更多
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 seem to truly know their job and love art.
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 is open everyday. It is...更多
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 staff is very interactive if you want so you can...更多
This is a really nice, not too big gallery. They are showing the works of Italian early 20th Century sculptor, Medardo Rosso. Beautifully curated.
Multiple other installations were also thought provoking and delicious to the senses. Sometimes, this level of conceptualism in art can come across as much-ado-about-next-to-nothing, but the pieces at the Pulitzer were genuinely absorbing, challenging, and in some cases delightful. The space is pleasing, the staff...更多
Not sure why, this museum is not one of my favorites. Big concrete building, doesn't have much character in my opinion, and the exhibits in the lower level are claustrophobic. Looking at other reviews, I see many people love it so for some reason it...更多
Such a spectacular architectural jewel provided a stunning setting for beautifully curated exhibitions of Calder, Tuttle and Sandback exhibitions. A must see! And admission is free.