Pulitzer Arts Foundation

It was an honor to visit the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis and meet with their amazing team. The Tadao Ando-designed building is an exceptional place providing a dynamic and contemplative dialogue with the exhibitions.

Founded in 2001 by Emily Rauh Pulitzer, the Pulitzer Arts Foundation is dedicated to developing collaborations and experiences that promote the significance of art in everyday life and its impact on the health and success of a community.

The collaboration with Raumlaborberlin on view through October provides an immersive expression of St. Louis’ urban decay and rebirth. In contrast, the Claes Oldenberg Soft Sculptures exhibition features works that reference everyday items such as clothespins, light switches, and food, which Oldenburg intensifies through abstraction.

The exhibition Exquisite Everyday: 18th–Century Decorative Arts Objects from the J. Paul Getty Museum brings together seven decorative arts masterpieces made in France and Italy in the early 1700s, demonstrating the increased attention paid by the architects, artists, and craftsmen of the period to everyday activities.

We are very much looking forward to collaborating with the Pulitzer Arts Foundation Team. Project details coming soon.