Current Exhibitions at SLUMA
20th Century Visionaries
Print and Photographs from the Permanent Collection
The Saint Louis University Museum of Art
Continues until June 28, 2015
Through an impressive and encompassing array of artwork, the Visionaries exhibition offers an opportunity to witness the development of the major art movements from around the world, each of which shaped the course of modern art from the early 1950's to the present. Featuring masterpieces by more than 40 of the most famous 20th century icons, the Visionaries exhibition includes works by Chuck Close; Pablo Picasso; Francis Bacon; Joan Miró and Marc Chagall, among others. The scope of the show beginning in the early 1950's with a lithograph from Wassily Kandinsky and extending through the 20th century, features Abstract Expressionists such as Robert Motherwell; Frank Stella; Max Ernst; Roberto Matta and Jean Arp, as well as Pop artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol.
Other featured artists include:
The list of artists includes: Georges Braque; Andre Masson; Fernand Léger; Sonia Delaunay; Rene Magritte; Giorgio de Chirico; Salvador Dali; Henry Moore; Alberto Giacometti; Rufino Tamayo; Alexander Calder; Victor Vasarely; Sam Francis; Joan Mitchell; Zao Wu Ki; Karel Appel; Antoni Tàpies; Hans Hartung; Eduardo Chillida; Jean Dubuffet; Ellsworth Kelly; Jasper Johns; Robert Rauschenberg; Edward Kienholz; Jean Tinguely; Richard Hamilton; James Rosenquist; Claes Oldenburg; Ed Paschke; Alex Katz; Jim Dine; Tom Wesselmann; David Hockney; Christo Jachareff; Kiki Smith; Alice Neel; Ari Marcopoulous and Yoshitomo Nara.
For more information, please call 314.977.2666.
Picture with a Black Arch
Artist: Wassily Kandinsky
Lithograph edition 248/300
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