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EXHIBITIONS

On View

Sun Xun: Time Spy
February 16–October 21, 2018

Balance and Opposition in Ancient Peruvian Textiles
June 15–November 25, 2018

Flora and Fauna in Japanese Art
October 5–March 24, 2019

New Media Series—Renée Green
October 5–February 17, 2019

Upcoming

Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis
October 19–February 10, 2019

Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now
November 11–February 3, 2019
LEARN & DO
Museum Calendar
Find out all about upcoming events on our event calendar.
20th Anniversary Celebration of Family Sunday
Oct. 21: Celebrate twenty years of Family Sunday from 1-4 pm! Enjoy an interactive dance performance, art making, storytelling, and family photos.
Artist Talk: Kehinde Wiley Livestream
Hear Kehinde Wiley discuss his artistic process and the exhibition, Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis, live on our website on October 19 at 7 pm.
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VISIT
Admission to the Museum is free every day.

Museum Hours


Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–5 pm
Friday, 10 am–9 pm
Closed Monday
Holiday hours are available on the calendar

Grace Taylor Broughton Sculpture Garden
Open Every Day, 6am-10pm

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Modernism in Mexico
Different in style, two artists working in mid-century Mexico—Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo & Guatemalan-born artist Carlos Mérida—had much in common.
Rosalyn Drexler’s Fresh News (Men and Machines)
Painted in 1965—the heyday of Pop art in New York—this newly acquired work by Rosalyn Drexler exposes lingering anxieties of the Cold War era.
The Sun, Moon, and Stars
Attributed to the Nuxalk (Bella Coola) nation, Frontlet represents the trickster raven who steals the sun, moon, and stars from a box to illuminate the world.