"He was struck by the joyfulness with which the drivers risked their lives," says Melissa Ho, curator of "Salvatore Scarpitta: Traveler," which opens at the Hirshhorn on Thursday.
Would you pay $15,000 for a little respect? William Shakespeare did.
Can you escape the Building Museum’s mammoth maze?
See 75 of the master metalsmith's works at the Corcoran, or go on this scavenger hunt to find the many Paley pieces that enliven D.C.
Martha, the last passenger pigeon, is on view alongside taxidermy specimens of three other once-commonplace, now-extinct birds: the great auk, Carolina parakeet and heath hen.
Sorry to break it to you, but you’ve been singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” wrong. So has Beyonce, Josh Groban — pretty much everyone, especially Christina Aguilera.
As one of Cartier’s most loyal U.S. customers, Post amassed a blinding jewelery collection from the 1920s through the 1960s. Now on display at Hillwood, the gems reflect milestones in Post’s life as well as the country’s history.
Seeming mundanities like grain and yarn join high-art sculpture and Shakespearean scholarship in this summer's museum mix.
The National Museum of American History, a museum as forward-looking as America itself, set the stage for widespread change.
Degas and Cassatt brought out the best in each other’s work.