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Washington's art scene is showing signs of picking up, with the National Gallery of Art opening an exhibition with prints from 25 artists out of San Francisco's Crown Point Press, the last (gasp!) Jazz in the Garden of the summer, and more before the fall exhibitions kick into high gear:
You might be taking a holiday this week, but art in DC isn't. On your day off, get a bit of culture. Here is everything you need to know about the art scene in DC this week, whether you want to analyze the gorgeous handwriting of artists at the Smithsonian or attend Stephanie J. Williams' wild exhibition at the Hillyer Art Space. More»
From Peter Coffin's exhibition at the Hirshhorn to a colorful collection of art from DC artists curated by Brian Petro, here is everything you need to know this week on DC's art scene: More»
There are a few art shows opening this week which feature DC artists, like "The New Direction of Color" at the Aaron Gallery, and a 20-something Dartmouth grad Camden Place's digital collages on Ace Ventura and other 90's icons at Outer Space. Here is everything else you need know this week on DC's art scene. More»
Museum Day is on Saturday, which means that the Phillips Collection and the Corcoran are free, in addition to the Smithsonian. Here is a look at some of the hot exhibitions you won't want to miss, from Jennie C. Jones' Higher Resonance at the Hirshhorn to Jeanne Silverthorne's wacky rubber sculptures at the Phillips Collection:
Over the weekend in Washington, there was a Mardi Gras party, the SOME Jr. Gala, Fab Awards, a Lilly Pulitzer store opening, an undie run, and so much more. Find out what you missed:
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»
The Corcoran and the Phillips Collection have two new exhibits you'll want to check out this summer: "Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series" and a "British Invasion." More»
This summer, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design presents an exciting series of get-away-from-it-all exhibitions and programs for Washington residents and visitors.
In the gallery, summer guests will discover The Deep Element: Photography at the Beach (June 9–October 14), the only East Coast presentation of Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series (June 30–September 23), the next installation in NOW at the Corcoran, Charlotte Dumas: Anima, opening on July 14, and treasures from the Corcoran collection. More»
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