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Archive for 'At the Museums'

“The Serial Impulse” at the National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery of Art’s exhibition, which closed on February 7, 2026,  of signature works on paper by 17 of America’s most prominent contemporary artists celebrated both artistic achievement and the 50th anniversary of the pioneering and innovative Southern California printmaker and publisher Gemini G.E.L. (Graphic Editions Limited). This, the fourth public display in Washington […]

Stunning Paintings from Swiss Private Collections at The Phillips

In a beautiful exhibition of both famous and, to American audiences, lesser known European art masterpieces, the Phillips Collection has mounted a holiday gift from Switzerland to Washington gallery goers with an exhibition of more than 60 paintings from the Rudolph Staechelin and Karl Im Obersteg collections at the Kunstmuseum Basel. The exhibition includes such […]

Spain Arts & Culture’s Show “Moving Forward, Looking Back — Journeys Across the Old Spanish Trail” Was Well Received

To view images full size, left click on each Now closed, this was a charming and spaciously installed exhibition in the former residence of Spanish Ambassadors at 2801 16th Street in Columbia Heights of stunningly beautiful landscape photographs and intriguingly captured portrait photographs reflecting a fascinating road trip between Santa Fe, New Mexico and Los […]

Bill and Camille Cosby’s Collected Art Featured at National Museum of African Art

In an exhibition featuring outstanding African and African-American artworks titled “Conversations: African and African American Artworks in Dialog,” the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in early November of 2014 launched a 14-month show consisting of 162 paintings, sculptures, photographs, prints, drawings, textiles, and mixed-media concoctions — 100 from its own permanent collections and 62 […]

At Artisphere: Illustrated Journals of Pep Carrió & Isidro Ferrer Come to Life Through Augmented Reality

By Anthony L. Harvey One short subway ride under the Potomac River from the GW/Foggy Bottom station to the Rosslyn Metro station three blocks up from Key Bridge and Washingtonians will find themselves only a couple of blocks from an amazing art show at Artisphere, the award-winning venue for new explorations in the world of […]

Gabriel Figueroa, Cinematographer: Great Moments in Mexico’s Golden Age of Cinema

In a stunning exhibition celebrating the extraordinary achievements of Gabriel Figueroa Mateos, Mexico’s greatest 20th century cinematographer, with an exposition aptly subtitled “Great Moments in Mexico’s Golden Age of Cinema,” the Mexican Cultural Institute mounted a tightly organized and beautifully installed survey of Figueroa’s entire body of work — using film clips, stills and powerful, […]

Visions from the Forest: The Art of Liberia and Sierra Leone

In a stunning exhibition of nearly 100 objects dramatically lighted in high contrast settings, the Smithsonian African Art Museum is continuing to add to its showcasing luster with a compact and fascinating presentation of high arts, crafts, and important ritual objects from major countries of central west Africa — primarily Liberia and Sierra Leone but […]

“American Metal: The Art of Albert Paley”

The complete text of this Corcoran Gallery of Art review (with accompanying images) appears on page 7 of the July issue PDF.

National Postal Museum Opens Exhibition Showcasing the Postal Inspection Service

In late June of 2014 a permanent exhibition titled “Behind the Badge” was installed in the museum’s spacious lower level showcasing the work of one of the nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agencies opened at this fascinating Smithsonian museum in the historic building that once was the city’s main post office across from Union Station (2 […]

Young Spanish Architectural Firm Spreading a New Aesthetic

To view images in larger format place cursor on images & left click The designs and built environments created by Spanish architectural firms in the 21st century are continuing the rise to world-wide prominence of Spain as one of the primary birth places and nurturing environments for new conceptions in the construction of sustainable structures […]