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This week on DC's art scene, Lou Pimentel brings his watercolors to National Harbor, Jason Wright takes over Longview with dramatic geometric landscapes, the NGA Sculpure Garden is open for one of the last jazz Fridays of 2013, and more: More»
This February, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design opens new exhibitions featuring old Hollywood, art by Andy Warhol, and a blast from DC's past. More»
[COOL “DISCO” DAN at Good Hope Road, Southeast Washington, 2008. Photo by Regina Teri Memolo. Collection of Roger Gastman.]
In late February, Pump Me Up: D.C. Subculture of the 1980s becomes the first exhibition to explore the thriving underground of DC during the 1980s, giving visual form to the raucous energy of graffiti, Go-Go music, the world-renowned punk and hardcore scene. More»
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Last night was Art After Dark Apocalypse at the Organization of American States' Art Museum of the Americas (AMA), put on with Art Soiree. The event featured art, live music, a DJ, and an open bar of beer, wine, and champagne against a beautiful backdrop: the AMA museum. More»
The Bourbon Summer Cartoon Crisis is the embodiement of art in DC: everything that is politically correct and socially acceptable colliding with the demons, desires, and fantasies that haunt us. In a twist that is oh-so-typical-Washington, the DC-based (confirmed) artist's name is kept anonymous to keep this fantasy world apart from, you know, the artist's successful, normal career life.
The artist told Guest of a Guest, "I would like everyone's impression of the work to be a unique experience...Ideally, I would like people to stumble upon them and to be taken completely by surprise."
And so we have it. Let the Bourbon Summer Cartoon Crisis take you by surprise. Follow updates/learn more on [Facebook].
Friday, March 7
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.