Late fall exhibitions at A.U. Museum

November 1, 2012

On Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m., the American University Museum will host a reception for five exhibitions that are joining the museum’s ongoing retrospective “Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski.”

The fresh crop includes shows by two longtime Washingtonians: “Inside the Underworld: Beetle Magic,” an insect-themed show by sculptor Joan Danziger, and a video by painter Carol Brown Goldberg called “The Color of Time,” created in collaboration with filmmaker Anthony Szulc.

Also on tap are photographs (“Ivan Pinkava: Remains 1997-2010”), pop-surrealist paintings (“David Humphrey: Pets, a President and the Others”) and mixed-media work (“Matthew Kenyon: Flash Crash”).

Michael O’Sullivan

All through Dec. 16 at 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW. 202-885-1300. Free.

Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Michael O’Sullivan has worked since 1993 at The Washington Post, where he covers art, film and other forms of popular — and unpopular — culture.
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