Other artists overshadowed Joachim Wtewael, but he still has something to say, and he says it with panache.
All roads lead to and from Paris in this enlightening look at the arc of the impressionist’s brief career.
A brilliant exhibit looks at the region’s bold attempts to build momentum and identity through modern design.
U.S. Diplomacy Center to include museum, cafe, bookstore and event space, all open to the public.
Whoever replaces James Billington must continue his push to modernize while still maintaining continuity.
The gallery also offers a Joachim Wtewael show, and farther afield: Impressionists in Philadelphia.
Seen as a continuum, the artist’s paintings reveal the depth of his talent and the refinement of his vision.
If it’s about the art world, it’s about the deeper, structural corruption of it, not simply a protest against its excesses.
Philip Kennicott reviews “Shirin Neshat: Facing History” at the Hirshhorn Museum.
At the new Bjork exhibition, it’s the humble printed musical note that surprises.