Although the changes to Lexington Market will replace familiar settings, they also provide an opportunity for commemoration.
Kyrae Dawaun, Danni O’Brien, Alexander D’Agostino, Sharon Shapiro, Marisa Stratton, and Ju Yun each have an investigative approach to art-making and present new, invigorating works in their solo shows.
Curated by David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards, this show took shape in a period marked by a relentless virus, upsetting political news, horrifying police brutality, and a grinding land war.
Fostel’s drawings are as much about what’s there as what’s not.
Music That Raised Us, which ran March 19-April 16, was an amalgamation of the collaborators' experiences but also of any artist who has been touched by the melody of a Stevie Wonder song or moved to move by the rhythm of a funk tune.
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“Seeing the world differently and reimagining tomorrow” was the theme for the Phillips Collection’s Gala held on April 29th at the Washington National Cathedral, designed to honor a century of leadership in the art and museum world.
The non-profit group behind the restoration has successfully completed its $5.5 million capital campaign and scheduled a Grand Opening ceremony for August 13, 2022, the 208th anniversary of The Peale’s original opening.
Flanked by ranks of Quattrocento holy figures, Stephen Towns’ protagonist feels at once at home and strikingly distinct.
Barber, David, and Dorman transport viewers to fictitious and prophetic scenarios of apocalypses and hopeful futures that suspend disbelief through immersion in surreal realms.
The intimate group show, Order and Uncertainty: Five Abstract Painters, features painters who share what curator Timothy App calls a classical impulse to bring order to abstraction: Power Boothe, the late Julie Karabenick; Patsy Krebs, WC Richardson, and Linling Lu.