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EXHIBITION ARCHIVE

 
EXHIBITION TITLEOPENING DATE—CLOSING DATE
1979
Oriental Export Porcelain December 4, 1979–March 2, 1980
A Celebration of Acquisitions: Gifts and Purchases, 1975-1979 December 2, 1979–January 6, 1980
Twentieth Century American Drawings and Watercolors November 10–December 30, 1979
Currents 4: Ron Nagle and Ron Thomas September 25–November 25, 1979
Matisse Prints and Illustrated Books September 14–October 28, 1979
It Is Written: Calligraphy in the Arts of the Muslim World September 14–October 28, 1979
Photographs from the Collection of the St. Louis Art Museum July 12–September 2, 1979
Currents 3: Jerry O. Wilkerson July 12–September 2, 1979
Missouri: A Portrait in Light and Sound June 28–August 12, 1979
Currents 2: Nancy Rice and Yvette Woods May 11–July 1, 1979
Jasper Johns: Prints 1970-1977 May 11–June 24, 1979
The St. Louis Children’s Art Festival and Sale April 24-29, 1979
The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts April 20–June 3, 1979
The Graphic Art of Francisco Goya March 13–April 29, 1979
Bingham Sketches Selection February 14–April 29, 1979
Vanity Fair: Four Centuries of Fashion from the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art February 4–April 1, 1979
de Kooning 1969-1978 January 12–February 25, 1979
1978
The Face of China as Seen by Photographers and Travelers from 1860 to 1912 November 10, 1978–January 7, 1979
Form and Freedom: Masterpieces of Northwest Coast American Indian Art November 10–December 31, 1978
Currents 1: Leon Anderson & Robert O. Biggs November 10, 1978–January 14, 1979
Monet’s Years at Giverny: Beyond Impressionism August 1–October 8, 1978
Art Deco Sculpture August 15, 1978
Five Centuries of Master Graphics in the Collection of the St. Louis Art Museum IV July 13–October 22, 1978
Claes Oldenburg: Mouse Museum and Ray Gun Wing April 21–June 11, 1978
Five Centuries of Master Graphics in the Collection of the St. Louis Art Museum III April 20–July 2, 1978
Photographs from the Collection of Samuel J. Wagstaff, Jr. April 7–May 28, 1978
Five Centuries of Master Graphics in the Collection of the St. Louis Art Museum II February 10–April 9, 1978
Henri Matisse: Paper Cut-Outs January 29–March 12, 1978
1977
Five Centuries of Master Graphics in the Collection of the St. Louis Art Museum I (15th-18th Centuries) December 2, 1977–January 29, 1978
Turn-of-the-Century America: Paintings, Graphics and Photographs, 1890-1910 December 2, 1977–January 8, 1978
Great Hollywood Cameramen September 30–November 18, 1977
The School of Paris: Drawing in France July 1–August 21, 1977
New German Cinema May 6–June 24, 1977
Southeast Asian Ceramics April 29–June 4, 1977
April Video April 12-24, 1977
Early Animation in America March 4-27, 1977
Currents of Expansion: Painting in the Midwest February 18–April 10, 1977
Charles Laughton Retrospective January 7–February 27, 1977
1976
Visions of Courtly India December 3, 1976–January 16, 1977
A History of the American Avant-Garde Cinema October 8–November 12, 1976
Masterpieces of American Painting from the Brooklyn Museum October 8–November 28, 1976
Bingham Drawings October 6–November 28, 1976
Video Show I September 7-19, 1976
German Expressionist Paintings and Watercolors August 18–September 19, 1976
Missouri Photographers, 1976 July 27–August 22, 1976
100 Master Photographs May 28–July 18, 1976
Television: The Malleable Medium May 11-16, 1976
Celebrating the American Cinema: Westerns April 14–June 6, 1976
American Art: The Westward Movement April 17–June 27, 1976
Selection 76 April 17–December 31, 1976
European Painting in the Seventies: New Work by Sixteen Artists March 26–May 9, 1976
Celebrating the American Cinema: Comedy February 18–March 21, 1976
Era of Exploration: The Rise of Landscape Photography in the American West, 1860-1885 February 6–March 28, 1976
Tsutsumu: The Art of the Japanese Package January 19–February 13, 1976
Primitive Art Masterworks January 23–March 7, 1976
1975
Selection 75 May, 1975
American Art: The Federal Period December 30, 1975–March 1, 1976
Bingham’s Missouri November 14, 1975–January 4, 1976
Ritual Arts of the South Seas: The Morton D. May Collection August 22–October 19, 1975
20th Century Sculpture from the Collections of the St. Louis Art Museum June 17–July 20, 1975
Arthur Dove April 18–May 25, 1975
Robert Rauschenberg: Pages and Fuses April 1–May 18, 1975
Venetian Drawings from American Collections February 28–April 6, 1975
Charles Meryon: Prints and Drawings February 28–April 6, 1975
Christopher Wilmarth: Nine Clearings for a Standing Man February 6–March 20, 1975
New Japanese Photography January 21–February 16, 1975
Three New England Watercolor Painters January 17–March 2, 1975
Costumes from the Collection of Steven Edison January 12–February 23, 1975
1974
Duck Stamp Prints December 10, 1974–January 26, 1975
Tribute to Mark Tobey December 7, 1974–January 12, 1975
The Eads Bridge November 26, 1974–January 5, 1975
Third St. Louis Artists Exhibition: Heikki Seppa and Muriel Nezhnie Helfman November 24, 1974–January 5, 1975
On View October 6–November 17, 1974
Artists from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew October 6–November 10, 1974
The Black Presence in Art October 3–November 10, 1974
Paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe September 29–November 3, 1974
Jacob Lawrence August 2–September 8, 1974
The Rediscovered Work of William J. Hinchey June 28–September 1, 1974
Mid-America Five June 18–July 28, 1974
Aspects of Irish Art May 3–June 9, 1974
Second St. Louis Artists Exhibition: Wallace Herndon Smith and Marie Taylor March 24–May 19, 1974
Indian Miniature Painting from the Collection of Edwin Binney, III: The Mughal and Deccani Schools February 15–March 17, 1974
Stitchery 73 January 2-16, 1974
1973
Old Master Prints April, 1973
19th Century Prints April, 1973
In Honor of the Archaeological Institute of America/Ancient Collections in Washington University December 28, 1973–February 3, 1974
20th Century Masterworks from St. Louis Collections December 1, 1973–February 3, 1974
Application of the Physical Sciences to Human and Cultural Materials December 28, 1973–February 3, 1974
Myths and Mythology/The Language of the Gods October 18, 1973–February 3, 1974
Watercolors from the Seth Eastman Album of 1847-1849 September 14–October 28, 1973
The 19th Century: Changing Styles/Changing Attitudes August 16–October 21, 1973
Toulouse-Lautrec Graphics June–October, 1973
Mid-America Invitational/Howard Jones and Arthur Osver June 26–July 29, 1973
St. Louis Artists: Susan Eisler and Peter Marcus April 27–July 1, 1973
Old Master Drawings from Christ Church, Oxford April 20–May 20, 1973
Namban Art March 22–May 6, 1973
Diagrams from Dan Flavin 1963-1972/Corners, Barriers and Corridors in Fluorescent Light January 25–March 11, 1973
1972
WPA Exhibition March, 1972
Prints by Jacques Callot December, 1972
Prints in Series December, 1972–February, 1973
Works by Charles Wimar November 6–December 31, 1972
The American West November 4–December 31, 1972
Thirteen Bronze Studies for Rodin’s Balzac from the B. Gerald Cantor Collection October 3–December 31, 1972
2000 Years of Textiles August 24–October 8, 1972
English Watercolors and Drawings from the Collection of the St. Louis Art Museum and Private St. Louis Collections July 18–October, 1972
Prints by Picasso June–August, 1972
Mid-America 4 June 30–July 30, 1972
Venice in St. Louis May 30–July 2, 1972
John Sloan 1871-1951 May 5–July 2, 1972
Twenty Years of Collecting: Friends Festival Benefit April 7-30, 1972
The Artist/Craftsman April 11-30, 1972
Photography by Paul Strand February 25–April 4, 1972
Italian Drawings from Midwestern Collections February 25–April 16, 1972
Italian Prints 1600-1800 January 1–June 6, 1972
1971
The Architecture of St. Louis November 19, 1971–January 9, 1972
Transformations October–November, 1971
Sculpture of Black Africa August 20–October 17, 1971
Donald Roller Wilson: A Mid-America Invitational Exhibition July 9–August 1, 1971
Carl Andre May 13–June 27, 1971
Hidden Treasures March 26–May 4, 1971
To Protect an Artistic Heritage March 19–April 11, 1971
We Touch to See March 19–April 16, 1971
Great American Paintings from the Boston and Metropolitan Museums January 29–March 7, 1971
From the Bosporus to Samarkand January 19–February 14, 1971
It Takes More than a Desk January 7-31, 1971
1970
Graphic Art from the Sidney and Sadie Cohen Foundation December 18, 1970–January 17, 1971
Prints by Edvard Munch October 9–November 22, 1970
200 Years of Japanese Porcelain October 9–November 15, 1970
The Morton D. May Collection of 20th Century German Masters July 2–August 30, 1970
Mid-America 3 July 21–August 23, 1970
Paintings of Peter Rindisbacher 1806-1834 June 9–July 19, 1970
Photographs of Moneta Sleet May 15–June 21, 1970
Product Environment April 24–June 7, 1970
The Chair: A Structural History March 24–June 28, 1970
16th & 17th Century Enamels from the Collection of Lucy & Stanley Lopata February 18–April 19, 1970
Jean Dubuffet February 26–April 5, 1970
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