Pulitzer Foundation Exhibition and Collections

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts

Jan. 5, 2024 - Dec. 27, 2027

3716 Washington Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
Phone 314.754.1850


…following quote taken from the Pulitzer Arts Foundation website.  “In celebration of its 10th-anniversary year, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts presents the exhibition In the Still Epiphany, on view from April 5 to October 27, 2012. Artist Gedi Sibony is creating a large-scale, temporary work of art comprised of approximately forty objects from the collection of Emily and Joseph Pulitzer, Jr. – including works by John Singer Sargent, Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, Lucia Moholy, and Lucio Fontana.

Since its opening in October 2001, Pulitzer Arts Foundation has become both a sanctuary for the ever-evolving experience of art and a laboratory for unprecedented collaborations and endeavors. Activating the dynamic use of light and space in its Tadao Ando-designed building, the Pulitzer presents a wide range of exhibitions, including those of Old Masters, Buddhist art, important modern and contemporary artists such as Dan Flavin and Ann Hamilton, and group exhibitions that explore a diverse array of themes and ideas. In addition to its curatorial platform, the Pulitzer offers a robust roster of programs that bring together leading figures from fields such as art, architecture, design, urban planning, social work, technology, and science. Such initiatives have included Marfa Dialogues / St. Louis (2014)—a collaborative summit on global climate change with St. Louis as a case study—and Staging (2009 and 2012), which invited former prisoners and homeless veterans to perform scripts based on their responses to the art on view. Established by curator, philanthropist, and arts patron Emily Rauh Pulitzer, Pulitzer Arts Foundation promotes the significance of art in everyday life and its impact on the health and success of a community.”

For more information on Current Exhibitions and Art please visit the The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts website above.

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