Wrapped Hirshhorn Draws Rapt Attention

December 2, 2021

With the frenzied holiday shopping season upon us, many Washingtonians long to escape for a rejuvenating respite of gallery and museum hopping along the National Mall. During the pandemic, however, […]

Georgetown Celebrates the Arts Program Heightens Fall Colors, Moods on Book Hill

October 14, 2021

With autumn’s arrival, splashes of color have been spotted along Wisconsin Avenue — but of the artistic, not the arboreal kind. In a pilot public arts program sponsored by the Washington […]

Christo, Conceiver of Grand But Fleeting Art

June 1, 2020

With his wife Jeanne-Claude, Christo, who died on May 31, carried out two dozen projects, from installing 23 miles of curtained “gates” in Central Park to wrapping in fabric the oldest bridge in Paris.