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A new exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum and a new play opening at the Kranzberg Arts Center take us home, a place we can try to recall or choose to forget.

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Modern dance, like poetry, communicates feelings and perspectives that go beyond the surface meaning of words or ideas. Two local dance companies hope to transport their audiences to new levels of emotional insight as one explores how dance unites the communities of St. Louis and the other s…

“Ruth Asawa: Life’s Work,” the current exhibition at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, reflects the aesthetic and spatial sensibility of the Pulitzer’s architecture itself, designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando.

Two artists, each widely-acclaimed, are exhibiting in St. Louis. Kehinde Wiley is currently showing 11 large-scale paintings at the Saint Louis Art Museum, and Jamie Adams is exhibiting 11 paintings at the Philip Slein Gallery in the Central West End.