I have been dreading this column. I have been scared and slightly nauseated by the prospect of trying to write about art right now. I’ll forgo the tediously crafted litany […]
The French Embassy will celebrate the Beaujolais Nouveau, the National Gallery will launch its Anne Truitt show and American University will welcome Women in Film & Video.
After a public symposium on Degas at the National Gallery of Art on Friday, there is music, theater, advice for writers, historical shopping and, on Sunday, the Taste of Georgetown.
“Politically and socially, we are at the edge of another precipice. And those of us who are artists must charge into the fray, leading a charge to turn a tide.” — […]
Recently, most contemporary art passing through this city has focused on our external experiences, the way we negotiate, perceive or fit into our environments. Yayoi Kusama’s monumentally popular “Infinity Rooms” […]