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The historic buildings on S Street housed the Textile Museum until 2013, when it closed to prepare to move to its new location on 21st Street, on the campus of George Washington University.

The gallery announced Wednesday that it had acquired works by Cecily Brown, Roni Horn, Martha Rosler and Joseph Yoakum using funds from its Collectors Committee.

Matthew Teitelbaum to succeed Malcolm Rogers.

At the new Bjork exhibition, it's the humble printed musical note that surprises.

The latest snow storm has forced many museums to close. Some theater events have been rescheduled, but others are going on despite the weather

Like tripods and other equipment, the tools that help visitors take self portraits are not allowed in the galleries.

The historic site has a long list of priorities, including preservation, education and endowment.

The modern art museum has launched a crowdfunding campaign to cover the costs of the microsite, which will feature archival photos, interviews and images of all 60 pieces of Lawrence's epic work, 'The Migration Series.'

The Corcoran will no longer exist as an independent institution.

Soon after the National Gallery opened in 1941, the Corcoran Gallery knew it had a strong rival for top art museum in Washington. Corcoran leaders met in 1945 to come up with a plan. They'd never believe what's happening now.

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