4 Ex­hibits Not to Miss

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See out­stand­ing ex­hibits at the Saint Louis Art Mu­seum, Mil­dred Lane Kem­per Art Mu­seum, Mis­souri His­tory Mu­seum and Pulitzer Arts Foun­da­tion.

De­gas dom­i­nates the cur­rent spe­cial ex­hibit at the Saint Louis Art Mu­seum— De­gas, Im­pres­sion­ism, and the Paris Millinery Trade—but the ex­hibit ben­e­fits might­ily from the work of other ma­jor im­pres­sion­ists—Cas­sat, Renoir and Manet among them— and a bril­liant col­lec­tion of pe­riod hats. www.slam.org. 1 Fine Arts Dr., 314.721.0072. Map 4-2D. There’s more De­gas (can you ever get enough?) at Mil­dred Lane Kem­per Art Mu­seum, show­ing Spec­ta­cle and Leisure in Paris: De­gas to Mucha, on view all month. www.kem­per­art­mu­seum.wustl.edu/. Lo­cated near the cor­ner of Skinker and Forsyth, 314.935.4523. Map 4-2C. The icon­o­clas­tic work of sculp­tor Medardo Rosso is given the star treat­ment at the Pulitzer Arts Foun­da­tion. Medardo Rosso: Ex­per­i­ments in Light and Form in­cludes the artist’s sculp­tures and sel­dom­seen draw­ings and pho­to­graphs. www.pulitzer­arts.org. 3716 Wash­ing­ton Blvd., 314.754.1848. Map 4-2G. The Mis­souri His­tory Mu­seum ex­am­ines St. Louis’ lead­ing role in racial jus­tice in its ex­hibit, #1 in Civil Rights: The African Amer­i­can Free­dom Strug­gle in St. Louis. www.mo­his­tory.org. Lin­dell Blvd. and DeBaliviere, 314.746.4599. Map 4-2D.

Edgar De­gas, “At the Milliner”

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