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The Aerial Crossroads of America: St. Louis’s Lambert Airport. The founding roots of America’s modern day aviation industry can be traced through St. Louis and Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The Aerial Crossroads of America exhibition features photos spanning nearly 100 years of airport and St. Louis history.
St. Louis by Sievers is a photography exhibition in the Terminal 2 Baggage Claim showcasing early 20th Century St. Louis life from the Missouri History Museum’s rarely seen Siever’s Collection.
 Makers: Past + Present: Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design presents a showcase of artists who have participated in the art center's residency program since 2008. 

Processing Place: St. Louis Architecture captures the unique eye of photographer Ken Konchel.  May 2016-May 2017.

 Thomas Sleet-Studies in Topology.  Terminal 1 Ticketing Lounge August 12, 2016-January 17, 2017
China China features the work of Beijing-born artist, Zhu Wei, who created 6 ft. tall Chinese tomb-like figures cast in bronze.
Laumeier Sculptures
Laumeier Sculpture Park is exhibiting two of its most recognizable bronze sculptures from its collection in the Terminal 1 Ticketing Lobby.  Learn More. 
Nucleic Life Formation Murals
Discover the inspiration for the Amy Cheng-designed murals near the Terminal 1 MetroLink platform.
Flying Sensation

The City of St. Louis and Lambert-St. Louis International Airport officially dedicated an original sculpture by internationally recognized Mexican artist Leonardo Nierman entitled “Sensación de Vuelo” (Flying Sensation) on July 13, 2011.

Black Americans in Flight

“Black Americans in Flight” is an 8-foot x 51-foot multi-panel painting that pays tribute to African-American achievements in aviation from 1917 through the late 1980s. 

Art Glass Screens

A compelling series of Art Glass Screens that  offer bursts of color and creativity to give newly renovated concourses (A & C) exciting focal points for travelers and visitors. 

"New Village"
“New Village,” by Alicia LaChance, is a vibrant 41-color terrazzo inlay medallion artwork that is centered in the crossing path of arriving and departing passengers between the C Concourse Checkpoint and the C Gates entrance. LaChance is a St. Louis native uses "modernity and new velocities" as influence for this installation. Photo by Richard Sprengeler

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Free Cell Phone Lots

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