Beacons lures you to the gallery
Tony La Russa loves So Taguchi; Kevin McGowan hates Twain. And as for Unreal? Well, we're pretty darn fond of Budweiser slogans and a rather imaginative local blogger.
Minimalism and Beyond
Constantin Brancusi and Richard Serra converse at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
Week of August 11, 2004
A lesson in how to wake up St. Louis to its trove of public art
The Pulitzer gives Serra's "Joe" a few weeks' rust and relaxation
Is the Wright stuff
Sculpture and Drawings by Richard Serra
Week of June 4, 2003
Week of April 16, 2003
Spend time with Serra and learn how to see
Shmigel evokes our gutted past without dewy-eyed nostalgia
Richard Serra's "Joe," Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
Week of December 12, 2001
Emily Pulitzer's gift to St. Louis has arrived in a concrete box. Hidden inside: the portrait of a woman who changed the city.
Art in America
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts exhibits a private collection in a public space
Public art comes at a price, whether it's wooden mannequins or metal gates
Artist Mary Miss' plan for the space next to the new Federal Courthouse is vastly different from the statues and monolithic sculptures of the past. It's public art that actually keeps the public in mind.