Laumeier Sculpture Park
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The top museums in St. Louis are gathering some pretty exciting works for you this spring. These exhibits celebrate everyone from the ancient mound builders of Cahokia to the rum runners of the Jazz Age.
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The late Ernest Trova best known for his “Falling Man” series donated the sculptures to the Laumeier Sculpture Park in suburban St. Louis almost 40 years ago. But over time, some fell into disrepair.
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St. Louis was framed by pioneers, polished for the 1904 World’s Fair, and prospered through sports, beer and hearty individualism. These great public works of art embody the gritty heart and history of St. Louis.