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Impressions of War
August 5–February 12, 2017

Japanese Painting and Calligraphy: Highlights from the Collection
August 19–February 12, 2017

Textiles: Politics and Patriotism
September 9–March 5, 2017

New Media Series: Rodney McMillian
December 16–March 19, 2017

Upcoming Exhibitions

Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade
February 12–May 7, 2017
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SLAM Underground: Lunar
Join us Friday, January 27, as we say good-bye to Year of the Monkey and hello to the Year of the Rooster.
Family Sundays: Lunar New Year
Visit the Saint Louis Art Museum to ring in the Year of the Rooster and explore Chinese, Korean, and Taiwanese culture.
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The infinite space of Alice Rahon's Sandstorm
An influential figure in the post-WWII Surrealism movement in Mexico, much of Alice Rahon’s work was inspired by pre-historic paintings and petroglyphs.
Celebrating SLAM's 2016 Acquisitions
Every year, the Saint Louis Art Museum expands our collection, broadening our scope and diversifying our offerings. Learn more about a few featured works.
Textile tales of politics and patriotism
The use of textiles as vehicles for propaganda has long been used to promote military, political, and commemorative events in many cultures.