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"Align," an exhibition by prominent Washington artists Dan Steinhilber, James Huckenpahler and brothers John and Joseph Dumbacher, runs at 1708 Gallery in Richmond. Through Sept. 25.

Leonard Streckfus, David Crozier and Rachel Waldren present their works at the Arts Club of Washington. Through Sept. 25.

"The Apostle Paul," part of "Rembrandt's Late Religious Portraits," opening in January at the National Gallery. (National Gallery Of Art)

Baylor Nichols, Judy Anderson and Terry Brown present their works at Artspace. Through Sept. 26.

"Transformed by Fire: Glass Today," a group show of contemporary glass artists from across the country, runs at Target Gallery. Through Oct. 3.

Avish Khebrehzadeh, the Venice Biennale award-winner, has an exhibition at Conner Contemporary Art. Through Oct. 5.

Chawky Frenn, a George Mason University professor, displays new paintings at Fraser Gallery in Bethesda. Through Oct. 6.

"Contemporary Native American Art," a show of works by Zig Jackson, Victor Masayesva Jr. and Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, is at Kathleen Ewing Gallery. Through Oct. 9.

"Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Arts," featuring baskets as sculptural forms, runs at the Hand Workshop Art Center in Richmond. Through Oct. 17.

"Selections: 20th-Century Latin American Art in the VMFA Collection" runs at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. Through December.

"Kysa Johnson: Macro/ Microscapes," an exhibition of works exploring natural patterns, is at the National Academy of Sciences. Through Dec. 6.

"Tapestries of Survival," a show of textile works by Holocaust survivor Esther Krinitz, runs at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore. Through Dec. 31.

"Selected Works by William H. Smith," chosen from Bill Cosby's collection, is at the Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture. Through Dec. 31.

"Giovanni Piranesi & Vik Muniz: Prisons of the Imagination," a show of Piranesi's etchings and Muniz's photographic re-creations of them, runs at the National Academy of Sciences. Through Dec. 31.

"Floral Perspectives in Carpet Design," exploring flower patterns in carpets, is at the Textile Museum. Through Feb. 6.

"Arts of Mughal India," presenting works from the permanent collection, runs at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. Through Feb. 6.

"Life and Leisure: Everyday Life in Japanese Painting," presenting works from Japan's Edo period, is at the Freer Gallery of Art. Through Feb. 20.

"Young Whistler: Early Prints," displaying etchings and prints from the "French Set," is at the Freer Gallery of Art. Through March 13.


14 -- "Louise Nevelson: Selections From the Farnsworth Art Museum," presenting 37 works in all media by this important American sculptor, opens at the Mitchell Gallery of St. John's College, Annapolis. Through Oct. 30.

14 -- "Kristi Mathews: Incorporating Process," abstract color photographs, opens at the Gallery at Flashpoint. Through Nov. 13.

15 -- "In the Artist's Studio: Works on Paper From the Collection," a display of works by artists including Rembrandt, Matisse and Picasso, opens at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Through Feb. 27.

16 -- "Gifted: Works by Steven Sommovigo -- A Fond Remembrance," a posthumous show of works by this local artist, opens at the McLean Project for the Arts. Through Nov. 6.

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